Dennis Rodman Works As FBI (and CIA) Informant On North Korea
2013 04 17

From: 21st Century Wire

This should make Americans feel more confident about Obama’s handle on foreign policy.


One can only marvel at the caliber of CIA and FBI informants these days.

As we said more than once over the past few weeks during the bunker newsbreak segment on The Pete Santilli Radio Show, the eccentric American personality, Dennis Rodman, has another paycheck coming – apparently, a bit of a family business… but obviously a very short-lived career, as his impressive cover has sort of been blown already because he opened his mouth…

Like White House court entertainer, Jay Z, was recently sent on a bizarre Pennsylvania Ave PR junket to Castro’s Cuba at the pleasure of his highness, the former NBA star-turned-transvestite, Rodman, also received special clearance from the US Federal government in order to travel freely in and out of North Korea, as part of the President’s new urban icon cultural offensive.

We are still, however, struggling to determine what sort of ‘intelligence’ these new envoys are collecting during their tours…

Dennis Rodman Now An FBI Informant On North Korea

CBS Chicago

(CBS) The strange tale of Dennis Rodman’s adventure to North Korea just keeps getting weirder.

After a successful stay in the Communist country in February, where he was filming a documentary for HBO, Rodman told the Miami Herald he’s been approached by the FBI to work as an informant on North Korean activity.

“I have been contacted by the FBI and I met with them. They wanted to know what went on and who’s really in charge in North Korea,” Rodman said.

While in North Korea, Rodman called Kim Jong-un “a friend for life” and now said he’s been invited back to North Korea in August.


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Read the full article at: 21stcenturywire.com



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