Help Wanted: USS Liberty Whistleblower

Help Wanted: USS Liberty Whistleblower In 1979 with the publication of Assault on the Liberty, Jim Ennes became the first USS Liberty whistleblower.  In 1982 the survivors of the USS Liberty became whistleblowers followed closely by many high-ranking US Navy officers. Now it’s your turn. by Joe Meadors We’re looking for a Whistleblower who can …

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The Makings of History / Myth vs. Plot [Annotated]

Over the years, various pieces of evidence have emerged that seem to support Israel’s claim that the USS Liberty was fired on by mistake in 1967. However, a number of questions still hover over the affair, and these nourish the conspiracy theories. by Tom Segev Feb. 17, 2012 Updated: Feb. 19, 2012 [Editor’s Note: This is …

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‘But Sir, It’s an American Ship.’ ‘Never Mind, Hit Her!’ When Israel Attacked USS Liberty [Annotated]

No piece of evidence that can overcome an analysis of the actions of the Israeli military during the prosecution of their attack on the USS Liberty. Actions speak louder than words.

Why Another Inquiry?

“One cannot and must not try to erase the past merely because it does not fit the present.” — Golda Meir((My Life by Golda Meir; Published by G.P. Putnam and Sons, 1973)) [Updated Article First Appearing in USS Liberty Inquiry Website.] Why put together a Court of Inquiry into something that happened more than fifty …

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The Spy Ship Left Out in the Cold

The Spy Ship Left Out in the Cold A half-century after one of history’s most controversial attacks on a U.S. Navy ship, the wounds from the Liberty incident remain unhealed. by James M. Scott June 2017 Naval History Magazine Volume 31, Number 3 The 8th of June this year will mark the 50th anniversary of …

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