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Debunking NY Post's Tabloid Hit Piece On Sheen/O'Donnell

By the Amazing Watson Bros. over at Prison Planet:

"Debunking NY Post's Tabloid Hit Piece On Sheen/O'Donnell"


The New York Post has produced a typically and purposefully ignorant hit piece against both Rosie O'Donnell and Charlie Sheen for going public with their views on 9/11, commenting that they should "keep their traps shut".

As far as hit pieces go, gossip writer Richard Johnson's scribe is about as sophisticated as a Chicago Bears fan after a heavy drinking session, but considering his other stories today were about Paul McCartney sending a bunch of flowers and Jay-Z making a bet with the editor of Playboy, we shouldn't expect too much.

The piece, clearly aimed at those who don't have the attention span to read the entire word "Hollywood," headlined as it is "H'Wood," labels Sheen as a "hooker-loving Hollywood hunk," denounces his father, Martin Sheen, for having been arrested in the past for protesting and calls Loose Change a "loopy YouTube documentary."

Response from editor of the Republic newspaper regarding "What if 9-11 truth movement is wrong?"

Yesterday, I sent an email to Kevin Potvin, owner/editor of the Republic, East Vancouver's usually kick-ass independent newspaper, about a recent 9/11 story published in his paper. I received an immediate response.

In the past, the Republic has published some great articles questioning the official events of 9/11 (like this one - http://www.republic-news.org/archive/154-repub/154_kevin_potvin_9-11.htm).
Unfortunately, the new issue contains a 9/11 hit-piece called "What if 9-11 truth movement is wrong?" (http://www.republic-news.org/archive/158-repub/158_nenonen2.htm). Here is our correspondence,