IN-DEPTH VIDEOS, 15 Jan 2018
ArmyPsyop Scott – TRANSCEND Media Service
Dr. Scott Bennett interviewed on European television discussing the psychological-political-cultural relations between America and Russia, and the deceptions that cripple truth.
Dr. Scott Bennett, formerly of the U.S. Army 11th Psychological Operations Battalion, attempted to blow the whistle by contacting the commercially-controlled media and writing to US politicians after being sacked from his job as terrorist finance investigator after he proved too zealous at the job. In his deposition to Congress, Bennett writes: “I was tasked with interviewing all the different agency teams to discover their particular expertise in Terrorist Threat Finance, and formulate recommendations to improve their functionality. This meant identifying duplicative and unproductive operations within the agencies, developing plans and timetables for eliminating them, and synthesizing the best practices and expertise of the various government and military agencies into my Booz Allen team… I was repeatedly blocked and discouraged from delving too deep or being too aggressively creative.” By Bennett’s account, he was fitted up with spurious charges, which lead to his being imprisoned and spent 2 years in prison as a result of speaking his mind and attempting to blow the whistle on fraud and corruption inside the US war machine.
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