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Jason Linkins, in fine form after Jerome Corsi’s conspiracy ramblings about Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan and President Obama, does some reporting: I contacted Frank

Daniel James
Last updated: Jul 31, 2020 | Nov 06, 2009

Jason Linkins, in fine form after Jerome Corsi’s conspiracy ramblings about Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan and President Obama, does some reporting:

I contacted Frank Cillusso, the director of the HSPI at George Washington University, who tells me that Nidal Hasan has no affiliation with the HSPI or with George Washington University, at all. “[Hasan] has no role on the task force, other than the fact that he attended these meetings as an audience member, as did hundreds of others.” Hasan’s name appears on the list of participants only because he provided the HSPI with an RSVP, indicating his attendance. Cillusso told me, “We always record RSVPs and publish them as a matter of transparency, and will continue to do so.”

Annie Lowery at Foreign Policy does the same yeoman work.

There is now literally nothing left of Corsi’s report. Nothing at all. Will he retract it and issue the full and frank apology that his readers deserve? Or will, instead, the smear linger, in the hope of being picked up by Glenn Beck?

Daniel James | Daniel James is an author, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur who is a professional coach and gerontologist. Daniel holds a bachelor's degree from Georgia Tech, a master's degree from UCLA, a diploma in gerontology from the University of Boston, as well as a Professional Coaching Certification.


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