Bill Tierney entered the Army in 1983. He trained in Arabic language and Iraqi dialect and interrogation and became a warrant officer in 1990. Bill participated in the Gulf War as a liaison officer to Saudis, Kuwaitis, and Egyptians and served as an interrogator during the ground offensive phase. He obtained a Master Degree in Middle East Studies - Arabic in 1993. He was stationed at Central Command HQ 1995 as command interpreter, intelligence analyst, and targeting specialist and participated in nine UNSCOM inspections 1996 - 1998, most focused on the Iraqi concealment mechanism. He left the Army in July 2000. He worked as interpreter/interrogator at Camp X-Ray Guantanamo Bay January & Feb. 2002.
Author Richard Sauder returned to discuss the latest evidence of underground bases and tunnels. During the first two segments he was joined by the Director of Astrosciences Research Network, Bill Hamilton, who became interested in underground bases as part of his research into UFOs. Given maps by John Lear, Hamilton said he checked out Dulce, NM to see if he could find any evidence for an underground base that was allegedly jointly operated by aliens and the US military. ... More »Host: George Noory
Thursday night's first half featured war analysis with former UNSCOM weapons inspector Bill Tierney, while the latter two hours of the show delved into the mind with OBE expert William Buhlman. "Ultimately it comes down to a gut check because often the intelligence is not there," Tierney (email@example.com) said about the search for Saddam. Tierney, who is fluent in Arabic and worked as an interpreter/interrogator at Camp X-Ray Guantanamo Bay, commented on the Fedayeen, a fierce brigade under the command of Uday Hussein (Saddam's son). He said that while some are "weekend warriors," many in this unit have undergone rigorous training. They are capable of being worked up into a frenzy where they might grab a wild dog and eat it he said. Tierney also outlined why he believes the 9-11 attacks can be traced back to Iraq. An internal vibration like that of a jet engine could be the first clue that you are about to have an out-of-body experience (OBE) said William Buhlman (willi ... More »Host: George Noory
Bill Tierney, a former weapons inspector who worked with UNSCOM in Iraq in the late 1990s, was the guest for the first two hours of Friday night's show. He believes that Iraq has nuclear capability and the intention to use such weapons. Further, Tierney claims that he has pinpointed a hidden location in Iraq (map here) where there is a uranium enriching processing facility. "You can't put an underground chamber on the back of a truck," Tierney said, indicating that if an inspection were made in this suggested area, the Iraqis would not be able to haul off the evidence. Tierney's methods of ascertaining this location were rather unconventional. "I would ask God and just get a sense if something was valid or not, and then know if I needed to pursue it," he said. His assessments through prayer were then confirmed to him by a friend's clairvoyant dream, where he was able to find the location on a map. "Everything she said lined up. This place meets the criteria," Tierney said of a pow ... More »Host: George Noory