Pentagon Inspector General Moving to Shut Down Key Whistleblower Advocate in Washington

By: Saturday April 5, 2014 10:50 am

A well-respected advocate for whistleblowers in the United States government, he served the inspector general of the the Pentagon as the first director of civilian reprisal investigations and also as director of whistleblowing and transparency.

Hiding Our Cyberwar from Congress

By: Friday January 14, 2011 7:50 am

The AP noticed something troubling in Michael Vickers’ response to the Senate Armed Services Committee questions on his nomination to be Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence: the government did not include descriptions of its cyberwar activities in the quarterly report on clandestine activities.

Obama’s War “Scalpel” Wielded by the Wise Guy Who Armed the Afghan Mujahadeen

By: Sunday August 15, 2010 6:00 pm

The New York Times reports on Obama’s covert wars in “roughly a dozen countries” led by Michael Vickers who armed the Afghan Mujahadeen. Counterproductive war policy adds weapons and US military involvement while the people of Yemen simply ask for food and water.

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