Veteran Sues Pentagon For Delaying|His Book About Abu Zarqawi Operation

     WASHINGTON (CN) – A former Air Force counterintelligence officer sued the Pentagon, demanding clearance for his book about the task force in Iraq whose work led to the death by bombing of Abu Zarqawi.

     Matthew Alexander, a pseudonym, says the Pentagon is “delaying, obstructing and infringing on his right to publish his unclassified manuscript,” scheduled for Oct. 21 publication by The Free Press.
     Alexander, a 14-year Air Force veteran pilot, counterintelligence agent and criminal investigator, says the Pentagon is unconstitutionally stalling clearance for his book, “How to Break a Terrorist: The U.S. Interrogators Who Used Brains, Not Brutality, to Take Down the Deadliest Man in Iraq.”
     Alexander is represented in Federal Court by Mark Zaid.

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