January 28, 2009, - 7:10 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Earlier this evening, ABC News unveiled the identity of the CIA Station Chief in Algiers now accused of raping Muslim women to whom he gave the date rape drug and then videotaped. As I noted, the man, Andrew M. Warren, is a Muslim convert and author of the book “People of the Veil.” But read this excerpt of a book review someone posted on Amazon.com. Sounds like this guy wrote publicly far too much about the workings of our U.S. Embassy in Algeria and may have given away security secrets and details:
The story centers on the second in charge of the U.S. Embassy in Algiers. The government in Algeria is on the verge of collapse. The terrorists have devised a plan to take over the Embassy and kill everyone inside, to help further their goal of an Islamic Fundamentalist state in Algeria. The terrorists devise an ingenious plot to bypass the embassy security and gain entrance.
CIA agents must vet their books with the CIA before being allowed to publish them. But given the agency’s total incompetence in detecting this man’s behavior–probably because he’s a Muslim–I’d bet they didn’t vet this book carefully, if at all.
Time to buy this book and see what secrets this Muslim-American rapist gave away. Was this just a fiction book? Or a way to telegraph to the enemy how to take over Mr. Muslim Convert Warren’s workplace?
I vote the latter. More idiocy by the bumbling Clouseauian CIA (with apologies to the good Inspector Clouseau).