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R J Hillhouse
A former professor and Fulbright fellow, Dr. Raelynn Hillhouse’s work on intelligence and military outsourcing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Nation, and others. She has published in premier academic journals and lectured at major institutions. She has consulted on stories at major news outlets around the globe and her work has been widely cited by dozens of academic books and journals, including European Journal of International Law, Georgetown Law Review, NYU Journal of International Law and Politics, Intelligence and National Security among others. Publisher’s Weekly named her most recent book, Outsourced, one of the best books of the year. Dr. Hillhouse is also one of the most experienced health care leaders in the administration of autism services, with nearly two decades of C-Suite experience. She has developed and directed programs that have delivered over 3 million hours of direct services to children with autism. The Spy Who Billed Me was a project she did in her spare time.
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Sure, it’s not as easy as dumping a bucket of ice over your head, but that’s the point. The press has been relentless in its quest to discredit Seymour Hersh. As the Columbia Journalism Review has carefully pointed out, they... Continue reading
Posted May 16, 2015 at The Spy Who Billed Me
I did not call Seymour Hersh a plagiarist. The simple logic I used seems to have escaped much of the press. If—then, get it? If what Hersh wrote was fiction, then it was plagiarism. I clearly stated I do not... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2015 at The Spy Who Billed Me
Seymour Hersh was likely counting on his reputation cutting through any obstacles that could prevent him from pulling off what is probably the last “blockbuster” of his career. And he did meet an obstacle: He is pretending to break a... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2015 at The Spy Who Billed Me
Seymour Hersh's story, "The Killing of Bin Laden," in the London Review of Books has a fundamental problem: it's either plagiarism or unoriginal. If it's fiction--as some have implied, it's plagiarism. If it's true, it's not original. The story was... Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2015 at The Spy Who Billed Me
House Oversight Committee Chairman Waxman is now investigating new allegations against Blackwater, namely that it stole at least two Iraqi military planes over the protest of the Iraqi government. USA Today quotes from Waxman's letter to Blackwter CEO Erik Prince:... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2015 at The Spy Who Billed Me
My time has been limited lately and I"m traveling tomorrow, but rest assured I haven't gone black again. I'm working on a few meatier posts, namely one on the history of the CIA and Hollywood and more Pakistan and OBL... Continue reading
Posted Aug 21, 2011 at The Spy Who Billed Me
The real story of how the US found bin Laden raises some key questions, namely: Why did the Saudis pay the Pakistanis to keep bin Laden? Why did the Pakistani's cooperate? Did the ISI run the safe house itself or... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2011 at The Spy Who Billed Me
I used to love the crazy-ass denials the Soviets would come up with and part of me is still stuck in the good 'ol days of the Cold War, but now I'm finally warming up to the 21st Century thanks... Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2011 at The Spy Who Billed Me
Forget the cover story of waterboarding-leads-to-courier-leads-to bin Laden (not to deny the effectiveness of waterboarding, but it’s just not applicable in this case.) Sources in the intelligence community tell me that after years of trying and one bureaucratically insane near-miss... Continue reading
Posted Aug 7, 2011 at The Spy Who Billed Me
After going black a couple of years ago, I'm returning to The Spy Who Billed Me. The blog got a lot of attention, some of it good, some of it, well, you can guess. I broke several national security stories... Continue reading
Posted Aug 7, 2011 at The Spy Who Billed Me
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