CIA operative Valerie Plame discovers her identity is allegedly leaked by the government as payback for an op-ed article her husband wrote criticizing the Bush. Fair Game is a true story, recounted by Valerie Plame Wilson – the center of a rather Staff Picks: Fair Game: How A Top CIA Agent Was Betrayed By Her Own. Fair Game: How a Top CIA Agent Was Betrayed by Her Own Government [ Valerie Plame Wilson, Laura Rozen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying.
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Sue Norbert Leo Butz Page 1 of 6 pages. This is the first book I’ve read in years that I felt was almost a complete waste of time and money. The entire movie is a very accurate portrayal of what we went through. Subtitled My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White Houseyou break open the cover with the thrill of anticipation that here — at last!
Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House
I’d always been interested in this case as it took place through the US courts and the media. If nothing else, the publisher should have included a warning of some sort on the cover.
The afterward by Laura Rozen was extremely helpful in setting a timeline as all details of when certain events occured were censored in Plame’s text. He wasn’t some, faded backroom guy getting orders from the vice president. Tabir Satya Bhabha as Jason Neal.
Book Review: Fair Game, by Valerie Plame Wilson
In short this woman and her family paid a heavy price for speaking truth to power and I have a ton of respect for her.
Production took place in Washington, D. It doesn’t help that the CIA redacted the manuscript heavily before approving it for publication. View all 5 comments. This and more still to me is a side issue with the whole thing that has happened to her family, however. Can Plame Wilson remember the moment where she saw herself exposed in the newspaper? Views Read Edit View history.
They met at the Turkish embassy in Washington DC in We hear about her time as a CIA trainee, her time spent abroad, her relocation back to Washington and work in the CIA’s counterprolifiration division. Huge chunks of the book are reduced to fragments like “And then he said A former ambassador of Gabon with long experience in Niger and other Francophone West African countries he had the expertise and gravitas for the mission.
Fair Game | Book by Valerie Plame Wilson, Laura Rozen | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
From the Director of The Bourne Identity. That was, gzme course, until her identity was leaked to the Washington Post columnist Robert Novak in Nevertheless, whether or not Rove originated it, the phrase still conveys metaphorically what Matthews and the Wilsons appear to think that Rove literally may have intended: Yes No Report this.
Dec 10, Ahed Al Hashmi rated it really liked it Shelves: Two claims in the film caused vastly differing responses among political analysts. What better way to discredit or shame someone than to nudge at his family? Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal.
Did she ever hear that the people who had been working for her and helping her with intelligence in Iraq were safe or not? But Plame Wilson had signed a secrecy clause when she joined the CIA, leaving her in the extraordinary position of being bound by duty to an organisation that had betrayed her.
What I gained from this story is this Why vaalerie this significant? Many chapter written by the Plame-Wilson had an accompanying chapter by Rozen pla,e the Afterward.
Pembocoran ini terkait dengan ‘balas dendam’ Gedung Putih terhadap Valerie, karena ulah suaminya, Joseph C.
From everything from the Vanity Fair spread, her postpartum depression, and not to mention the reasoning for keeping all of the blacked out material present to yet prove the point of how wrong done by she was, by the government and the CIA. In some cases I know what happened, and in some I don’t. The CIA leak grand jury investigation did not result in charging that anyone leaked her name intentionally while knowing that it was a classified covert identity, in part, Special Counsel Fitzgerald later argued in United States v.
However, it is your job as the audience to reach out and see it because of its limited film release. Sep 01, Kyle Pennekamp rated it did not like it.
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