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‘Able Danger’ — The Pentagon’s Plan To Suppress a 9/11 Controversy
 
By Lauren Coontz | September 08, 2021

In 2010, the Department of Defense purchased 9,500 first-edition copies of Anthony Shaffer’s book, Operation Dark Heart: Spycraft and Special Ops on the Frontlines of Afghanistan — and the Path to Victory. The Pentagon paid $47,500 and then told the publisher to pulp every copy.

Military officials were anxious to destroy the alleged national security secrets the book revealed, even though the Army had previously given Shaffer permission to publish the manuscript, with the consent of a federal judge. Shaffer, a former US Army lieutenant colonel, wrote the book as an autobiographical account of his 2003 Afghanistan deployment.

Operation Dark Heart eventually made the New York Times bestseller list. For its part, the Defense Intelligence Agency, or DIA, redacted more than 400 segments from the work — though the Pentagon agency reversed its decision on 198 of the redactions in 2013.

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Re: ‘Able Danger’ — The Pentagon’s Plan To Suppress a 9/11 Controversy
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2021, 11:00:26 am »
I think they'll confine all white, conservative people in the military to their bases to make sure they don't all meet in Washington for another "insurrection." *****rollingeyes*****