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Jenna Orkin, activist and founder, World Trade Center Environmental Organization, on Flashpoints

Tuesday April 29, 2008

On Flashpoints: Activists Lose Lawsuit Against EPA for Post 9-11 Health Disaster
Jenna Orkin, activist and founder, World Trade Center Environmental Organization

(11:55 Minutes - 3.4 Meg)


Nova M DJ Mike Malloy takes on 9/11 (Audio) - 4.28.2008

Monday April 28, 2008

Mike Malloy of NovaM Radio announces that he has decided to fully engage the topic of 9/11 Truth. He then reads from mainstream news reports about Odigo, the Israel company whose employees received warnings on their pagers. He also talks about the "dancing" Israelis who were apprehended in New Jersey filming the attacks of September 11 2001

(33:23 Minutes - 9.5 Meg)


Scott Ritter Warns of Impending Strike(s) Against Iran on Democracy Now

Monday April 28, 2008

Scott Ritter tells Amy Goodman that he believes a military strike on Iran is in the works and that he fears it could spiral out of control.

(2 Minutes - .6 Meg)

Scott Ritter: By Releasing Intel, US Endorses Israel’s Illegal Bombing of Alleged Syrian Nuke Site

The head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog group, Mohamed ElBaradei, has criticized the United States for withholding intelligence that it says showed the construction of a nuclear reactor in Syria that Israel bombed in September. The International Atomic Energy Agency chief was critical of both the US delay in releasing the information and of Israel’s bombing of the site before the IAEA could inspect it. We speak with former UN weapons inspector in Iraq, Scott Ritter. [includes rush transcript]


Kevin Barrett & Icelandic 9/11 truth research-activist Elias Davidson

Friday April 25, 2008

Kevin Barrett leads another sterling conversation with Icelandic 9/11 truth research-activist Elias Davidson (http://www.911truth.eu/) as they discuss Davidson's written work "The US failed to properly investigate the mass killings of 9/11 (pdf)"

(79:27 Minutes - 22.73 Meg)


Sibel Edmonds - A Snap Shot that Speaks Volumes

Mukraker Report

April 28, 2008 -- Syria, a member of George W. Bush’s “Axis of Evil”, is in the spotlight again as an alleged recipient of nuclear technology from North Korea and a potential producer of nuclear weapons.

We have heard it all before but even if it is true, and let us assume it is true, there is more to this accusation than what meets the eye. We need to revisit what the courageous whistleblower, Sibel Edmonds, testified to behind closed doors in the Senate.

Sibel Edmonds’ tenure as a translator for the FBI lasted only six months, but, because of the backlog of the material that needed translation, her effective tenure was about 3 years. The material spanned two very different administrations, that of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

Anti-war Cindy Sheehan files to take on Pelosi

San Francisco Chronicle

Peace activist Cindy Sheehan wants to snatch House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's congressional seat from her in November, but first she's going to need the help - and signatures - of 10,198 friends and supporters.

Sheehan was at San Francisco City Hall on Friday to take out papers for her independent run for Congress, but without those signatures from voters in the district, her name won't show up on the ballot.

"It's an uphill battle," said Sheehan, who vowed to run against Pelosi in July after the speaker refused to start impeachment proceedings against President George Bush. "But I'm excited about the signature-gathering process. It's going to be an opportunity to talk to people about our campaign."

The 50-year-old Sheehan, whose son, Casey, was killed while serving in Iraq in 2004, became the public face of the anti-war movement when she mounted a demonstration outside Bush's Texas ranch that lasted from 2005 to 2007.

Lawyer fears 9/11 mastermind trial will be 'insanity' (CNN Homepage)

Lawyer fears 9/11 mastermind trial will be 'insanity'

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Prescott Prince is a small-town lawyer who has never taken a death penalty case to trial. Yet he finds himself involved in one of the biggest capital punishment cases this century: He's defending the alleged mastermind of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

He readily acknowledges how his client is perceived as "one of the most reviled people" in the world. But he says it's imperative America give Mohammed a fair trial, just like anyone else accused of a crime.

No civilian court, he says, would accept confessions obtained after a defendant was mistreated. But the CIA admits Mohammed was waterboarded, a controversial interrogation technique that involves simulated drowning.

"I take the position that this is mock execution. ... Colloquially speaking, at least it's torture," Prince says.

The fact whatever Mohammed said during such duress could be used at trial is alarming to Prince.

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Feds must release file on Utah lawyer's sibling

Feds must release file on Utah lawyer's sibling
By Geoffrey Fattah

Deseret News
Published: Friday, April 11, 2008 1:05 a.m. MDT

A federal judge has ordered attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice to hand over a report on the death of a Salt Lake attorney's brother by May 1 or face contempt of court action.

During a hearing Thursday, U.S. District Judge Ted Stewart noted that the Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals had found attorney Jesse Trentadue had a right to a copy of a report looking into the death of his brother at a federal facility in Oklahoma City in August 1995. Stewart also noted that the federal government had until April 10 to turn over the document.

An attorney for DOJ told the court that clearance was needed from headquarters in Washington, D.C., before releasing the document and that may take an additional three weeks. Stewart said the government knew about the order for quite some time and, in a rare move, ordered DOJ to supply Trentadue with the report by May 1 or face contempt charges.

Coleman dismisses chance of Ventura taking him on for U.S. Senate seat


Associated Press
April 18, 2008

ST. PAUL - Republican Norm Coleman is discounting the possibility of Jesse Ventura entering the race for U.S. Senate, as the former third-party Minnesota governor has suggested during his book tour.

During a Minnesota Public Radio call-in show Friday, Coleman blew off the notion Ventura would take him on. Coleman said Ventura is merely trying to sell books.

He said Minnesota voters would look at a Ventura candidacy differently this time around.

"We've seen that movie," he said. "I do not think the box office for the sequel would be very large."

Alex Jones and Jason Bermas Studio Conversation

Alex and Jason discuss a variety of topics including the new Al-Queda mascot, MKUltra experiments, autism and DNA privacy.

Richard Gage, AIA Comes To The Windy City On May 30th

Richard Gage, AIA, will be appearing in Chicago, Illinois on May 30, 2008. He will give his Power Point presentation of the architectural and engineering aspects of the impossiblity of the official government conspiracy theory of the collapse of WTC Towers 1, 2, as well as WTC Building 7, also known as the Solomon Brothers Building, which the BBC and CNN both announced had collapsed up to an hour before the event actually occured!

Ticket pre-sale price is $7.

(Presales, please click on this link: DuPage911Truth, then click on the PayPal-Donate button at the bottom of the web page. Remember to print out your PayPal receipt as that will be your admission ticket to the event.)

Price at the door will be $10.
Student and senior discounts with ID.

Gage will appear at: University of Illinois Circle Campus (UIC)Student Center East

Iran: '9/11 an excuse for U.S. invasions' (CNN)


TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad cast doubt over the United States' version of the September 11 attacks on Wednesday, calling them a pretext used to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.

"President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has again publicly questioned the reality of the 9/11 attacks."

Although Iran has condemned the 2001 al Qaeda attacks on New York and Washington in the past, this was the third time in a week that Ahmadinejad questioned the death toll, who was behind the attacks and how it happened.

"Four or five years ago, a suspicious event occurred in New York. A building collapsed and they said that 3,000 people had been killed but never published their names," Ahmadinejad told Iranians in the holy city of Qom.

Under this pretext, the U.S. "attacked Afghanistan and Iraq and since then a million people have been killed only in Iraq," Ahmadinejad said in the speech broadcast live on state-run television.

Steve Alten on hostile ground: Conservative Talk Radio - & Holds His Ground.

Tuesday April 15, 2008

Steve Alten went onto hostile ground today and battled with DJ Mike McConnell to promote his book, and the notion of False Flag terror.

(18:49 Min - 5.39 Meg)

Also at Michael Wolsey's Visibility 9-11:


Andreas von Bulow, former German SPD politician, talks with Alex Jones about 9/11

Tuesday April 15, 2008

Alex Jones talks with Andreas von Bülow, former German SPD politician and author of The CIA and September 11 who reminds us that throughout history all wars have been started with lies

(70 Minutes - 20 Meg)


Democrats blast Mukasey for 9/11 call remarks

San Francisco Chronicle

Bob Egelko, Chronicle Staff Writer
Tuesday, April 15, 2008

(04-14) 17:51 PDT Washington -- Attorney General Michael Mukasey's assertion that an unmonitored terrorist phone call before the Sept. 11 attacks showed the need for more government wiretapping authority drew a scathing retort Monday from Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee, who accused him of rewriting history and ducking questions.

In a March 27 appearance before the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, Mukasey said the 2001 terrorist attacks could have been prevented if the government had been able to determine the destination of a call from a known safe house in Afghanistan to the United States.