Kill the Messenger (2006 film)
The documentary focuses on both Ms. Edmonds's personal struggle to expose the criminality that she uncovered while at the FBI, and also the Sept. 11, 2001 tied 'secret' itself - the network of nuclear black-market, narcotics and illegal arms trafficking activities. Interviewees include David Rose, Philip Giraldi, Daniel Ellsberg, Coleen Rowley and Russell Tice.
- Rose, David (September 2005). "An Inconvenient Patriot. Love of country led Sibel Edmonds to become a translator for the F.B.I. following 9/11. But everything changed when she accused a colleague of covering up alleged illicit activity involving Turkish nationals. Fired after sounding the alarm, she's now preparing a Supreme Court appeal—and threatening some very powerful people.". Vanity Fair. Archived from the original on 2006-03-24.
- Kill the Messenger at the Internet Movie Database
- "Kill The Messenger Une Femme A Abattre". justacitizen.com. Retrieved 2006-09-05.
- "Kill The Messenger A Documentary on State Secrets Privilege & U.S. Whistleblowers". National Security Whistleblowers Coalition. Retrieved 2006-09-05.
- "Kill The Messenger blog". sibeledmonds.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2006-09-05.
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