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Wednesday, April 05, 2006 

The Truth About Brian Doyle...Developing

Did anyone see the post on the Arkansas Times blog? The Truth couldn't help but notice how they are trying to connect Asa with this guy Brian Doyle, charged with sexual solicitation. I think it is very interesting how they left out some very important facts about this guy.

Doyle was a 20 year editor at Time Magazine before going to TSA while it was under DOT. He then became a member of DHS when TSA was rolled into DHS. It seems obvious that the media will leave out the fact that he is a member of the so called Main Stream Media, and only recently a Government person... Nice try, ArkTimes but this guy has more ties to the media than he does to Asa Hutchinson... Check all the facts before making accusations...


"Coincidentally speaking:

Papers today report the arrest of Brian Doyle, the deputy press secretary for the federal Homeland Security Department, on charges related to his alleged sexual solicitation of someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. (Actually an undercover cop.)

We page back to Aug. 31, 2004, when the Homeland Security Department came under scathing criticism for misconduct by its air marshals. Brian Doyle was the press spokesman who assured reporters that Homeland Security was going to do a better job at background checks. Asa Hutchinson, then in charge of transportation security, likewise promised that guidelines would make marshals more accountable. Same cast of characters were quoted when the airline passenger screening program came under fire on Asa!'s watch.

No, we are in no way blaming Doyle's illicit Internt solicitations and use of office phone for such purposes on Asa. But we can't help but note the ironic timing. Doyle's arrest was announced the same day Hutchinson handed out a news release urging the legislature on in the univerally popular drive to toughen sexual predator laws. Said the news release:

While serving in the Department of Homeland Security, Hutchinson oversaw one of the nation's most intensive crackdowns on child predators, Internet child pornographers, and human trafficking of children for purposes of sexual slavery. “Operation Predator,” as the crackdown was dubbed, was hailed nationwide, including by national child protection activist and “America's Most Wanted” host John Walsh.

The department apparently missed one guy working down the hall."

Wow..thanks for the MSM information! Great insight! Thanks for sharing!

Interesting post... I saw that last night on the masthead but I didn't have any documentation. I'm linking to your post with an article, and I was wondering - just for clarification - if you have any documentation or anectdotal evidence you can share to nail down that THIS is THE Brian J. Doyle who now works at DHS?

Anyhow, here's a pat on the back for calling out this info!! I'll see if I can follow up with a little more.

Here's your documentation!!



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chicagotribune.com >> Nation/World
DHS Official Charged in Online Seduction

By Lara Jakes Jordan
Associated Press Writer
Published April 5, 2006, 2:51 PM CDT

MIAMI -- A spokesman for the Homeland Security Department was put on unpaid leave Wednesday after being charged with preying on a child through online sexual conversations with an undercover detective who was posing as a 14-year-old girl.

Homeland Security officials said Brian J. Doyle, the fourth-ranking spokesman at the department, was put on "non-pay status" following the charges late Tuesday. Doyle, 55, was expected to appear in court Wednesday afternoon in suburban Maryland, where he lives.

"The department is cooperating fully with the ongoing investigation into the allegations against Brian Doyle," said Homeland Security press secretary Russ Knocke. "We take these allegations very seriously."

Knocke said Doyle's security clearance, employee badge and facility access permissions have been suspended. The department's inspector general also is investigating the charges, which say Doyle revealed his name and his employer and offered the numbers of his Homeland Security-issued office and cell phones during online conversations.

Doyle joined the federal government as a civil service employee in early 2002, ending a career with Time magazine to work at the Transportation Security Administration, said Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Laura Brown. He joined the Homeland Security's press operation last summer."

What do you expect from the Arkansas Times? They are pathetic. How many thousands of people worked at the Homeland Security Agency? They are a petty and angry little bunch over there.

This is silly. You can't blame these perverts on Asa Hutchison, TIME magazine, the mainstream media, President Bush or anyone else. They are adults who are responsible for their own actions period.

Brian Doyle, interviewed by intrepid reporters of the National Nitwit, announced today that this was all a "misunderstanding."

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