Marty wrote yesterday that:

Much has also been written by others about Freeman's hostility to Israel, to Jews generally and to friends of Israel. His version has an old and ugly presence in Washington, going back to the lurid fantasies of James Forestall which ended in Harry Truman's dismissal of him as secretary of defense and his suicide, jumping to his death from the 16th floor of the Bethesda Naval Hospital. 

Can someone point out to me who has written about Freeman's "hostility ... to Jews generally?" I might have missed something. This is a very serious charge and requires very serious evidence. I'm happy to post it. I don't like the idea of people who have expressed hostility to entire peoples in general to be in government, let alone running intelligence. So this is evidence that would persuade me to oppose Freeman's appointment. Where is it?

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