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Çongar'ın eşinin ve Altan'ın yalancılıklarının belgesi!

4 Şubat 2010, ekleyen Fatih Polatlı

Yasemin Çongar’ın eşi M. Chris Mason’ın CIA ajanı olduğu iddialarının yeniden gündeme gelmesi üzerine, Taraf gazetesinin genel yayın yönetmeni Ahmet Altan bu iddiaların gündeme getirilmesini “fütursuzluk” olarak nitelemiş ve bu konuda hiçbir belgenin bulunmadığını ileri sürmüş, CIA'yla ilişkisi tartışılan Mason ise Akşam gazetesine bir tekzip metni göndererek hiçbir zaman CIA için (ve CIA'yla yakın ilişkili RAND kurumu için) çalışmadığını savunmuştu. Oray Eğin, bu tartışmaların ardından, Chris Mason’ın Naval Postgraduate School’daki biyografisinin “apar topar” kaldırılmış olduğunu yazdı. (Ayrıntılar için: http://www.haberveriyorum.net/haber/yasemin-congarin-esinin-cia-uyeligi-tartisiliyor

Oray Eğin’in sözünü ettiği biyografi, Naval Postgraduate School’un sitesinden gerçekten de kaldırılmış. Ancak, Google’ın önbelleği kullanılarak erişilebiliyor. Ve o biyografide, açıkça, Chris Mason’un, CIA’nın Paştun Kızıl Hücresi’nde (Pashtun Red Cell) çalıştığı yazılı:
 
 
Diğer taraftan, Chris Mason, tekzip metninde, CIA’yla yakın ilişkili RAND kurumunda eğitim verdiğini de yalanlamıştı. Oysa yine aynı biyografide, Mason’ın RAND’da ders verdiği de yazılı!
 
Mason biyografisine Google’ın önbelleği aracılığıyla ulaşmak için:
 
http://209.85.229.132/search?q=cache:sZvjZrKGAegJ:www.nps.edu/programs/ccs/ Mason_bio.html+site:nps.edu+"chris+mason"+"CIA's+Pashtun+Red+Cell"+ RAND&cd=1&hl=tr&ct=clnk
 
Biyografinin özgün bağlantısına tıklayınca, "sayfa bulunamadı" (The Page or Document You Requested Was Not Found!) mesajı geliyor: http://www.nps.edu/programs/ccs/Mason_bio.html
 
Taraf gazetesi, Chris Mason'ın tekzip metnini 3 Şubat 2010'da yayımlamış ve birinci sayfasına koyduğu duyuruda, CIA ajanlığıyla ilgili iddiaların "yalan" olduğunu iddia etmişti:
 
 
 
Kaldırılan biyografi sayfasının resmi (büyük hali için üzerine tıklayın):
 

 

İngilizce metin:

M. Chris Mason

Senior Research Fellow

M. Chris Mason is a Senior Research Fellow with the Program for Culture & Conflict Studies, focusing on the history and ethnography of Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. Mr. Mason is a retired Foreign Service Officer who served as the Afghanistan Policy Officer for the Bureau of Political Military Affairs at the State Department for four years beginning in June 2001, developing U.S. security policy on Afghanistan, ranging from the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), to the Disarmament Program (DDR) and the Afghan National Army (ANA).

While at the State Department, he worked closely with the intelligence community on a number of classified projects involving tribal mapping and the tribes of Afghanistan. He was considered the State Department's expert on the history, culture and ethnography of the country and served on the CIA's Pashtun Red Cell.

In 2005, he served as the Political Officer on the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) in Paktika Province on the Pakistan border. As the senior US government civilian in the province, he traveled widely with the provincial governor and U.S. Army maneuver elements, engaging thousands of Afghans at speeches and Shura (elders) meetings across the province. Prior to that tour, Mr. Mason had previously traveled frequently to Afghanistan, beginning in January, 2002 on a variety of security-related projects.

He is currently also a Senior Fellow at the Center for Advanced Defense Studies in Washington, DC, and serves as the South Asia Desk Officer for the Marine Corps Center for Advanced Culture Learning (CAOCL) in Quantico, Virginia, where he developed the Marine Corps' classroom program and distance-learning training programs for Afghanistan, wrote the Afghanistan Deployer's Cultural Guide, and trains Marines deploying to Afghanistan.

Mr. Mason currently lectures on ethnography and counterinsurgency in Afghanistan at the National Defense University, the Joint Special Operations University, Fort Bragg, RAND, DynCorps, and the Naval Postgraduate School.

In addition, he teaches a course on Counterinsurgency for the Master of Security Studies (MSS) program at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), and lectures on Afghanistan history, culture and the Taliban for the U.S. Army's traveling Leadership Development and Education for Sustained Peacekeeping (LDESP) program which trains military personnel deploying to Afghanistan.

Prior to joining the Foreign Service in 1990, Mr. Mason served as a Peace Corps volunteer in South America from 1977-1979 and naval officer on active duty from 1981-1986, with tours as a gunnery officer (USS John Young, DD973), a forward observer (2d Battalion 12th Marines) and a naval gunfire officer (2d ANGLICO Airborne). He earned Navy Master Parachutist wings, the Navy Achievement Medal, the Korea Defense Medal, the Humanitarian Service Medal, Zimbabwean Army parachute wings, the State Department Superior Honor Medal, and other awards. He holds a Bachelor's Degree from Carnegie Mellon University, a Master's Degree in Military Studies from Marine Corps University, and is currently a PhD candidate in South Asian History at the George Washington University in Washington, DC.

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