According to an Associated Press report today, two Americans died when an Afghan National Army soldier turned his weapon on coalition troops in the western part of the country. Had that Afghan soldier been properly vetted before being allowed to serve alongside U.S. forces in Afghanistan, I contend, those two Americans might still be alive today. I back up that contention in my just-released nonfiction book, THE CLAPPER MEMO, the product of an exhaustive four-year investigation.
In THE CLAPPER MEMO, I back up my contention, in part, by connecting the dots between three DoD memos– including one signed by James R. Clapper before he assumed the role as the nation’s top intelligence official — and the so-called “Green-on-Blue” or “Insider” attacks in Afghanistan. More details in these posts.
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