Operation Mockingbird 2012: NYT Writer Leaked Story Critical of Obama to CIA

[Editor’s Note: We earlier reported about the FAKE BIN LADEN RAID done as a PsyOps to distract the Public Attention from the Revelation of the Fake Obama’s Birth Certificate: see here, here, here, here, here and here .   The aim of Kathryn Bigelow (director of The Hurt Lockerto shoot a film about the Bin Laden Raid: Zero Dark Thirty that will come out as an October Surprise to glorify “Dear Leader” Obama, is to make the FAKE BIN LADEN RAID STORY appears as Genuine AS a Mind Control Programming.]

Asked spooks to delete his emails after reading them; Paper claims correspondence was ‘mistake’

By Steve Watson, Infowars.com

Emails obtained by advocacy group Judicial Watch have exposed the fact that a senior New York Times employee, who covers national security for the newspaper, provided the CIA with advanced copies of an article another writer was preparing that was somewhat critical of the White House over the upcoming Hollywood film about the killing of Osama bin Laden.

The reporter, Mark Mazzetti, forwarded an advance copy of a Maureen Dowd column to a CIA spokesperson a full two days before it was set to be published. The article, published August 7th 2011, discussed the upcoming Kathryn Bigelow-Mark Boal film “Zero Dark Thirty”, and criticized the Obama administration for having “outsourced the job of manning up the president’s image to Hollywood.”

Mazzetti’s emails (below) show that he sent the piece to the CIA’s Marie Harf, on August 5th 2011, writing: “this didn’t come from me… and please delete after you read. See, nothing to worry about!”

Harf had previously emailed Mazzetti asking “any word?” Mazzetti had replied, “Going to see a version before it gets filed. My sense is there is a very brief mention at the very bottom of column about CIA ceremony, but that Boal also got high level access at the Pentagon.”

Judicial Watch obtained the document via the Freedom of Information Act. The full email can be viewed here.

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