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Entries in State Dept. (4)


State Dept. visa scandal a poster child for reform before, not after, an immigration bill passes

U.S. Embassy in Georgetown, Guyana. Photo: U.S. Dept. of StateJust when you think the U.S. State Dept. couldn’t get sketchier, a new scandal emerges.

Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton circled the globe on official business, but more than security matters in Benghazi apparently escaped her attention.

New allegations have surfaced about a State Dept. officer formerly posted to Georgetown in the country of Guyana. The Daily Caller said that officer is named Edy Zohar Rodrigues Duran.

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State scandals: Deceased author pegged Hillary Clinton’s attitude in 2001

Imagine for a moment that you are working for the federal government and officials attempt to Hillary Clinton (Snip: C-SPAN)obstruct your investigations into wrongdoing.

That’s what happened to Aurelia Fedenisn who alleged State Department staffers were “using drugs, soliciting prostitutes, and having sex with minors.” Fedenisn’s revelations are the latest in scandals emerging about the State Dept. formerly headed by Hillary Clinton.

The late Barbara Olson perfectly predicted Mrs. Clinton’s perspective on these and other matters in a book released in 2001 after the author died on a hijacked plane during the 9/11 attacks.

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Congressman wants answers on fugitive set free by State Dept.

President Barack Obama wasn't kidding when he promised change, and his handling of illegal aliens has delivered. Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert (R) was astounded to learn Obama's State Dept. released a fugitive after local officers had detained him when they spotted his car missing a license plate.

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Can Clinton handle collateral damage from Wikileaks State Dept. cables?

By Kay B. Day

In the belief that Wikileaks might publish large numbers of cables from the US Dept. of State, the Pentagon is said to be searching for the founder of the site, Julian Assange. Philip Shenon at The Daily Beast said, “American officials said Pentagon investigators are convinced that Assange is in possession of at least some classified State Department cables leaked by a 22-year-old Army intelligence specialist, Bradley Manning of Potomac, Maryland, who is now in custody in Kuwait.”

It’s hard to tell how much information is in Wikileaks’ files because, after all, these are matters of state secrets and Wikileaks isn’t exactly transparent, perhaps by necessity, about its own inner mechanism.

Manning is the ‘whistleblower’ in the viral video Wikileaks edited into the brief film ‘Collateral Murder

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