Retired Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden, former director of both the NSA and CIA,
has been great advocate for drone attacks, which have killed more civilians than suspected radicals. He has been making the media rounds over the last few days, discussing and defending some of the most emblematic policies of the post-9/11 era in an effort to promote his new book.
Jim Naureckas is the editor of Fair.org unmasks Hayden's motivation for denying the truth. You can read his piece by click here.
The fact is: Hayden has served from 2010 until 2015 on the board of Alion, a company that in 2012 “was awarded a $24 million contract to develop the US Navy’s unmanned and automatic weapons systems.” Alion is not required to disclose compensation for its board members.