My law suit against the CIA

These articles describe my law suit against the CIA.

You might be wondering why it is taking so long for my new book to come out.

It has been finished for quite sometime, but there has been delay, upon delay from the government in gaining approval for the manuscript. Encountering constant delays and road blocks during the review process, my book has been in a holding pattern, waiting for publication for more than a year.

So, yes I am one of five former federal employees that filed a lawsuit against several agencies Today, that asserts that the government’s pre-review process for publication is an unconstitutional “system of censorship.”

Please click through to these articles to read further and stay tuned for more updates.

Ex-National Security Officials Sue to Limit Censorship of Their Books

WASHINGTON – A newly filed lawsuit is challenging a censorship system the government uses to ensure that millions of former military and intelligence officials spill no secrets if they decide to write articles and books after they move on from public service.

Ex-Intelligence, Military Officials Sue Over Manuscript Screening Rules

A group of former U.S. intelligence and military officials filed suit against the Trump administration over rules that require them to submit book manuscripts for review long after leaving government service.

 

These former agents say the CIA and NSA are censoring them. Now they’re suing.

April 2 at 4:36 PM Five former federal employees filed a lawsuit against several agencies Tuesday, alleging that the government’s pre-review process for publication is an unconstitutional “system of censorship.” The review process, which applies to millions of government workers, requires former intelligence agency and military personnel to get approval before writing, publishing or speaking about their service.