I promised a follow-on post to “Investigating Benghazi”, one which at least briefly explores what has become the archetype for government response to crisis – virtually regardless of administration or party and within the very real legal constraints of the late 1940’s national security legislation.
In the interim, I wanted to share a recent interview with Len Osanic on Black Op Radio. The interview gives a detailed overview of the 2015 Lancer conference and then goes into a fairly lengthy dialog on Surprise Attack. Given that I’m normally pretty low key, I think even Len was surprise about how assertive I was being in regard to our discussion of 9/11. I admit to having developed some very strong opinions on who were and were not doing their jobs before and during that attack; I think those opinions are quite well justified by the facts we have now. I’ll provide the link to the interview below and you can listen to it yourselves if interested. I’m on the same show as Marie Fonzi. Marie and I have become email friends and she will be attending the November conference and I’m really looking forward to meeting her in person.
You can find both our interviews at: