Well, well. Isn't this an interesting list.
In August of last year, The Christian Science Monitor‘s Scott Peterson published a detailed exposé about “a high-powered array of former top American officials” who have received “tens of thousands of dollars” from a designated Terrorist organization – the Iranian dissident group Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) — and then met with its leaders, attended its meetings, and/or publicly advocated on its behalf. That group includes Rudy Giuliani, Howard Dean, Michael Mukasey, Ed Rendell, Andy Card, Lee Hamilton, Tom Ridge, Bill Richardson, Wesley Clark, Michael Hayden, John Bolton, Louis Freeh — and Fran Townsend. --Ticker quoting Salon
Apparently there's now a question as to whether taking the money, then pushing MEK's cause, is even legal.
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Lets hope Justice will be done.
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Yes, Dad29, there us hypocrisy on the part of the American government because of their inconsistent enforcement of U.S. anti-terrorism laws when it comes to the MEK.
But geo-politics is not your strong suit. The big-wigs listed certainly have their reasons, as to which you can disagree.
The Ticker source links to the Christian Science Monitor story, which is an interesting, fair-balanced read. Perhaps you should linked to that source rather than Ticker, which is simply frothing at the mouth.
Here is another take on the matter.
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