9/11 Political Prisoner Mike Cook Out of Jail!

Mike Cook has finally been freed, after almost a year of imprisonment mainly because he thinks 9/11 was an inside job. (Just google "Mike Cook MUJCA" for earlier stories explaining his Kafka-meets-Orwell situation.)

Cause for celebration! This Ramadan-fastin' Irish Muslim will be seekin' out a small sample of alcohol-free Guinness to raise a toast to Mike's long, brave struggle for freedom.

Hey Mike, call in to my radio show like you used to before they locked you up! Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 25th my guest will be Sofia of 9/11 Mysteries -- 9-11 pm CT on http://www.wtprn.com And I just got word that University of Regina Professor Shadia Drury, the world's foremost authority on that nutty cult of Straussian neocons who brought us 9/11 (of course she hasn't come right out and said that...yet) will be my radio guest Tuesday October 9th, also on wtprn. Lots of other great shows in-between--see http://www.mujca.com/airwaves.htm for the schedule.

On Sep 24, 2007, at 8:44 PM, Karl Pavloff wrote:

I just spoke with Mike Cook and late this afternoon he was released from jail. He had a bond hearing earlier today at 1:30 pm. The U.S. Government has until Oct. 1 to possibly appeal his release and this entire situation has to be approved by the original Judge Bertlesman but it looks very positive. Mike called from his cellphone while driving his car, smoking a cigarette and drinking a 'near beer' on the way to his relative's farm in Ky where he plans to spend a few days to relax and unwind. Let's hope Mike's ordeal has come to a happy ending.



... and wish you a happy Ramadan, Kevin.


Kevin refused to let this man's predicament go unnoticed...

...and continually brought up this gross injustice..... to these ears, Kevin was almost alone in this, among Truth leaders with a media platform.

Best wishes to Mike.

9/11 Truth ends the 9/11 Wars

Psychiatric human rights abuse

Soviet psychiatrists were used against political prisoners. The Nazi eugenics program began in the mental hospitals. Mike's experience is not surprising. There are more like him, whose families are not supportive.