Grand Juror Hoppy Heidelberg and Producer Chris Emery of the film "A Noble Lie" discuss the connection in 1995 with Eric Holder and Jamie Gorelick of 9/11 Commission in the investigation of the Oklahoma City bombings.
Also it seems our friends over at "Controlled Demolition, Inc" did the clean up for that one too…?
Part 3 - http://youtu.be/15UbPRkLLb0
Alex talks with Hoppy Heidelberg who was picked to be on an Oklahoma Grand Jury in 1995 and subsequently asked questions federal prosecutors avoided during the investigation of the bombing of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building. Heidelberg is featured in A+Noble+Lie, a documentary on the OKC bombing
WASHINGTON | Wed Aug 3, 2011 3:21pm EDT
(Reuters) - Attorney General Eric Holder will reassure families of September 11 victims when he meets them later this month that the Justice Department is seriously investigating allegations that News Corp reporters tried to hack victims' phones.
"I'll certainly want to hear what they have to say with regard to their concerns and, to the extent that I can share information with them, I will," Holder said on Wednesday.
"I will try to reassure them that this is something we are taking seriously," he told reporters.
Holder will meet with the families on August 24 at their request following a report in Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper that reporters with the rival News of the World had offered to pay a New York police officer for private phone records of some victims of the 2001 attacks.
The Mirror report, citing an unidentified source, has yet to be independently verified but has fueled speculation that the phone hacking scandal that has rocked Rupert Murdoch's News Corp media empire in Britain may spread to the United States.
Relatives of victims of the September 11 attacks have asked to meet with the FBI and top members of the Obama administration about allegations reporters from one of Rupert Murdoch’s British papers tried to hack the cell phone accounts of victims.
In letters sent Monday to Attorney General Eric Holder, FBI Director Robert Mueller and Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), the ranking member on the House Judiciary Committee, a lawyer representing some victims’ families is asking for meetings to discuss a report that journalists from the now-defunct News of the World asked a New York-based private investigator to help them gather information from victims’ phones.
The FBI has initiated an informal probe into the allegations, which were first reported by the Daily Mirror.
“We commend the FBI for opening a preliminary inquiry into this serious issue and we are requesting a meeting to ascertain the scope, goals and timetable of the inquiry,” the letter to Mueller said, Reuters reported. The FBI’s press office declined to comment.
The lawyer representing the victims’ relatives, Norman Siegel, told the wire service that his “clients are troubled about the allegation of potential hacking and they are particularly upset that there now exists an allegation that a newspaper would seek to illegally obtain information about their loved ones.”
“I tried in the letter not to accuse anyone, especially News Corp, of anything yet because you don’t want a media frenzy accusing someone if the facts aren’t there. We want to find out what the truth is,” he said.
Minneapolis, MN, May 27, 2011. Irate peace activists interrupted US Attorney General Eric Holder's speech about youth programs several times in frustration for what they characterize as an FBI Witch Hunt violating the First Amendment rights of citizens to protest. Holder is one of the few people in the country who could reign in this action, but he has so far refused to comment on it or to act in any way. One recent story. Stop FBI site.
By disrupting the meeting they got to speak with Holder, Klobuchar and Franken, and got commitments from Klobuchar to follow up.
A good example of how to be heard and make some noise!
Holder: Miranda may need changes for terrorists
By STEVEN R. HURST (AP) – 8 hours ago
WASHINGTON — In the wake of the Times Square bombing plot, the Obama administration said on Sunday it wants to work with Congress on possible limitations of the constitutional rights afforded terrorism suspects — even for American citizens.
Attorney General Eric Holder said changes may be needed to allow law enforcement more time to question suspected terrorists before they are told about their Miranda rights to a lawyer and to remain silent under interrogation.
As the nation debates how to proceed against terrorist attacks, particularly as they have become the work of individuals who are difficult to detect in advance, the administration has been heavily criticized for reading Miranda rights to suspects in the Christmas Day attempt to blow up a plane heading for Detroit and the May 1 Times Square plot.
Terrorism has presented all sides in the debate with a delicate balancing act, protecting the rights of the individuals accused of terrorism while also attending to public safety.
Attorney General Holder Notified of Scientific Evidence of 9/11 Treason: Commission concluded Al-Qaeda behind the WTC "bombings"
Although I have previously indicated that the Attorney General had received indication of the scientific proof of 9/11 treason, I thought it was time to produce a transcript of how the Attorney General slipped the question and tried to slip the evidence, including an account of the strange thumbs-up the Attorney General apparently gave me out the darkened window of his SUV as he left the scene. Here it is:
The S.H.A.W.L. House
San Pedro, California
July 16, 2009
Jeremy: Attorney General Holder, Jeremy Rothe-Kushel with WeAreChangeLA citizen’s media; It seems there’s like incredible work being done here at S.H.A.W.L. in terms of recovery and healing, in terms of violence against women. And it seems, in terms of the United States of America, one of the biggest things that’s not talked about in terms of violence against women is this ongoing alleged ‘War on Terror;’ that just this last week we have reports of drones killing numerous women and children on the other side of the planet, all based on a crime of incredible magnitude, September 11th, done against the American people. And I have evidence, scientific proof in my hands, that I would like for you to take into your possession, that shows that there’s a very advanced, unexploded, military-grade explosive residue found in the dust of the World Trade Center. And that would prove that someone else, other than Al-Qaeda, is likely involved in this. And so my question is: When are we as the people of the United States of America going to stop killing women and children on the other side of the planet in an alleged ‘War on Terror’ and when are you, as the chief law enforcement official in the land, going to open up a criminal investigation in terms of who put this in the towers and who ordered it?
US Attorney General Eric Holder recently announced that five detainees would be moved from Guantanamo Bay to New York, where they would stand trial for carrying out the 9/11 attacks. However, five other detainees will continue to be tried before military commissions, which have lower standards of evidence. The five detainees coming to New York have previously indicated they intend to plead guilty, although the five to be tried before military commissions have not.
The New York five are:
By Jason Leopold
The Public Record
Aug 19th, 2009
Nine Republican lawmakers sent a letter to Eric Holder Wednesday saying the U.S. could be attacked by terrorists if the attorney general appoints a special prosecutor to investigate the CIA’s use of torture against alleged terrorists captured in the “war on terror.”
The latest correspondence came on Wednesday, in a letter to the attorney general that said an investigation into the CIA’s interrogation practices, no matter how limited in scope, would jeopardize the “security for all Americans, “chill future intelligence activities,” and could “leave us more vulnerable to attack.”
The senators resorted to fear-mongering, invoking the terrorist attacks on 9/11 to try and dissuade Holder
3 Detained in Afghanistan Can Take Challenges to U.S. Court: Habeas Ruling Is a Blow to Administration
3 Detained in Afghanistan Can Take Challenges to U.S. Court: Habeas Ruling Is a Blow to Administration
By Del Quentin Wilber and Karen DeYoung, Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, April 3, 2009; Page A01
U.S. District Judge John D. Bates rejected the government's argument, first made by the Bush administration and later adopted by the Obama Justice Department, that it could detain prisoners indefinitely in a "war zone."
In a 53-page ruling, Bates said that the situation of the three detainees at Bagram air base -- who were captured elsewhere and transported to Afghanistan by U.S. forces -- is "virtually identical" to that of prisoners held by the military at Guantanamo Bay. A landmark Supreme Court ruling last year accorded habeas corpus rights to detainees at that facility in Cuba.
The ruling is likely to complicate the administration's ongoing review of detainee policies. President Obama criticized his predecessor's denial of rights to and treatment of alleged terrorists and during his first week in office ordered Guantanamo Bay to be closed this year. A high-level administration task force is studying what to do with detainees deemed too dangerous to release.
"Eric H. Holder Jr. was sworn in as the 82nd Attorney General of the United States on February 3, 2009 by Vice-President Joe Biden." -US Department of Justice website
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Attorney General Eric H. Holder
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
Ladies and Gentlemen,
With each change of personnel, there is the chance -- however slight -- that the new appointee will NOT be okay with high treason perpetrated by the former regime.
It is incumbent upon us to contact and to inform the new Attorney General of the facts of the case in the simplest, most easily digestible terms. This is not a place for conspiracy theories, claims that cannot be proven, or sloppy language.
It is a place for simple, straightforward facts that indicate wrongdoing on the part of Bush et al.