Site Updates - New Video Section!

I spent this evening running through and fixing up a few things.

New 9/11 Related Videos Section
I created a new video section for all the video clips that we have posted here since started. It is organized chronologically in groups. The list is very lengthy so I back-dated it to be off of the front page and next to the 9/11 Related Music topic. Be sure to check it out, and check out the new clip added tonight called '9/11 Family Members Call for Zelikow to Resign, March 2003'. Please check out this new addition and send in some feedback or other mix-tape type clips that should be added.

New feedback submission system
I had to setup new mailboxes for comments, news, etc. due to my mailboxes being flooded in the last week with 10x the junkmail I've seen before. The new feedback submission has been updated on the left panel under 'About'. Both myself and SBG will be able to keep up with the feedback now as well which should help a bit. If you frequently submit news please make sure you use the new feedback method and not the old email addresses.

Other minor fixes and changes:

  • Fixed RSS feeds
  • Moved all audio and video to new server (MP3 downloads all fixed)
  • New music and video header links
  • Fixed archive pages not updating properly

Excellent work. I actually

Excellent work.

I actually just noticed teh submit news thing yesterday, and starting thinking it was there all the time and I was just blind.

Obviously not. :)

If you get too much spam,

If you get too much spam, you may have to switch to web based mail with the graphical, manual key entry called capcha


Monday's off to an

Monday's off to an intriguing start:

Supreme Court denies FBI translator's case
Posted on Mon, Nov. 28, 2005

Marble Moulding Falls From Supreme Court Building
POSTED: 10:10 am EST November 28, 2005

Sibel should get out of the

Sibel should get out of the country and then press conference.

if she can leave that is.

Those of us in the 9/11

Those of us in the 9/11 Truth Movement are all too familiar with Sibel Edmonds' case. We have followed her heroic efforts since her first interview with CBS' 60 Minutes. In July 2004, Judge Reggie Walton (the same Reggie Walton now presiding over Patrick Fitzgerald's case), dismissed Sibel's case stating "state secrets privilege", and "national security". He also claims to have done so with "great consternation".

In January 2005, Glenn A. Fine, the Justice Department's Inspector General, found Sibel's accusations, "were supported, that the F.B.I. did not take them seriously enough and that her allegations were, in fact, the most significant factor in the F.B.I.'s decision to terminate her services."

Now, the Supreme Court has thrown out her case. She is now considered to be the most gagged person in American History.

Based on these quotes...

"once this issue gets to be...investigated [9/11], you will be seeing certain [American] people that we know from this country standing trial; and they will be prosecuted criminally." Sibel Edmonds was also quoted as saying, "There is direct evidence involving no more than ten American names that I recognized".

Is it any wonder why?

Nice sections by the way.

Nice sections by the way.

Sibel should get out of the

Sibel should get out of the country and then press conference.

if she can leave that is.
Rebel Patriot | 11.28.05 - 12:33 pm | #
i agree, i cant wait until the day her story is finally told in full.i have a feeling it wont be until she is very old or perhaps dead. i hope she tells enough people what she knows so her story can be preserved.

Sibel Edmonds and Indira

Sibel Edmonds and Indira Singh -- they definitely have lots of info that the hijackers (Cheney and the neocons) don't want out. I wonder how these two heroines keep from being suicided.

At this point in the game...

At this point in the game... can she do anything else? According to the "system", she has done EVERYTHING, and STILL she has not been vindicated. Neither have we. Deep down inside, I wish she would just tell the world what she knows, damn the consequences. However, I know that would land her in jail, or worse, so I know that would also be an EXTREMELY difficult decision for her to make. However, it is possible that her coming out with the truth, might be the fire that finally gets everyone off their asses. Who knows.

Hey Jon, what would the

Hey Jon, what would the consequences of that be? I've often wondered why she hasn't spoken up.

I assume she'd face jail time, and possibly the information she leaks out couldn't be used in court?

Or be killed.

Or be killed.

If her information is as

If her information is as dangerous as everything thinks it is... taking into account some of the things she's said in the past... and I'm not quoting this verbatim, just from memory...

"Once you start to think of it like an international drug ring, it all starts to make sense."

And the fact that she knows, "there is direct evidence involving no more than ten American names" that she recognized involved in 9/11, and that her family in Turkey was threatened, etc... the possibility that her life may be in danger isn't that far-fetched.

I think she also mentioned something once regarding foreknowledge. That an informant of 10 years for the FBI told them in April 2001 that Osama was planning on hijacking planes, etc...

It'd be nice to see Sibel

It'd be nice to see Sibel Edmonds and Indira Singh on the cover of Newsweek and Time: "The Women Who Brought Down An Empire: Linking the government to 9/11, terrorism, drug trafficking and child prostitution". The funny thing is, if these two women spilled the full beans in tantem with cooaberation from intteligence whistleblowers both current and former, all the sudden so called "fringe conspiracy" subjects would become not just mainstream, but proven. How the heck are even the so called left leaners and democrats missing this story?

Because it's too damned scary for them.