WeAreChange asks Fox New’s Steve Doocy whether or not he supports a new 9/11 investigation.
Direct Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcZKso_Z6M8
The Washington Post, LA Times, USA Today, NPR, Stewart, Colbert, Fox News and host of U.S. lawmakers receive threatening letters
By Agence France-Presse
Thursday, February 23, 2012
WASHINGTON — Several US lawmakers received threatening letters containing a harmless white powder, but the sender warned more missives including a “harmful material” could follow, a Senate official said.
The news sparked alarm and served as a grim reminder of the 2001 anthrax attacks in which letters containing the deadly pathogen were sent to offices of two Democratic senators and several media offices. Five people were killed.
The anonymous sender “has indicated that additional letters containing a powdery substance will be arriving at more Senate offices,” Senate sergeant-at-arms Terrance Gainer said in a email to staff.
“Some of these letters may contain an actual harmful material,” he added, noting the missives were postmarked from Portland, Oregon.
Similar letters, which included complaints about corporate influence over US politics, also were received by several US media outlets, but they did not contain any white powder, said law enforcement officials quoted by US media.
The letters were received by organizations such as The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Fox News and National Public Radio, reports said.
CBS News quoted a law enforcement official as saying that in missives to comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, the sender warned that 100 letters were sent to the Washington or home-state offices of US senators.
I just wonder if Fox will allow the Judge to keep his job.
In an interview with Howard Stern, legendary singer Tony Bennett disagrees as to the premise for the 9/11 attacks. Although it appears that he takes a bit of the "Ron Paul" approach to 9/11 in that it was blow back, one wouldn't know that from the headline offered. Sadly, Mr. Bennett was already being raked over the coals by the Fox News morning shills which will undoubtedly be parroted throughout the day. The comments weren't very supportive either. I tried to posting some support for Mr. Bennett but I doubt my injection of truth will get past the 9/11 comment police. Worth a try, no registration required.
The legendary Tony Bennett appeared on Howard Stern’s radio show and talked about his antipathy to war, borne out of having served in WWII.
“But who are the terrorists? Are we the terrorists or are they the terrorists? Two wrongs don’t make a right,” Bennett said.
In a soft-spoken voice, the singer disagreed with Stern’s premise that 9/11 terrorists’ actions led to U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Aired Friday, May 20, 2011
*thanks to YouTube user MrSteeper33 for uploading
Airs Friday, May 20 at 10 p.m. ET
Hosted by Bill Hemmer with reports from Catherine Herridge and Eric Shawn.
A decade after the attacks of 9/11, questions remain about who was involved in the terror plot against America.
Only one person in the United States -- Zacarias Moussaoui, the so-called 20th hijacker -- has been tried and convicted for the murder of over 3,000 Americans. But, as you will see, there were others -- some still living here -- who helped 19 men fly planes into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and into a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Fox News reveals new details of a support network, here in America for decades.
In this shocking special, we investigate the associates of the 9/11 terrorists, including American-born cleric Anwar Awlaki, who is now on the CIA's capture or kill list. By digging deep into thousands of government records from the 9/11 Commission, the Congressional Joint Inquiry and the FBI, Fox News fills in some of the blanks about who really helped the hijackers across America.
And, in a Fox News exclusive, why was Anwar Awlaki invited to the Pentagon for lunch after 9/11 when the FBI knew of his relationship with three of the hijackers aboard American Airlines Flight 77?
As we show in this program, there are compelling reasons to continue to investigate the largest attack on American soil and the secrets of 9/11.
A MUST WATCH:
One of the best interviews on the mainstream media about 9/11 I've ever seen.
Jesse did a great job here, we are gaining ground ladies and gentlemen!
Until recently many members of the 'truth movement' were guilty of speculating wildly as to the identity of this guy (nicknamed 'the harley guy').
From the recent appearance of this extended video clip, we know him to be Mark Walsh, and is apparently a freelancer for FOX.
Personally I'd love to know where he was getting his information from when he casually states ...
"... mainly due to structural failure because the fires were just too intense."
If anyone knows him, or can track him down, it would be really interesting to get him to comment.
We don't need to accuse anyone of being an insider. Potentially, as a freelancer for FOX, he could have been briefed on what to say without being part of a conspiracy.
By Stephen C. Webster
Sunday, November 14th, 2010
A new television ad campaign featuring the family members of 9/11 victims has succeeded in garnering what 9/11 activists have lacked for years: serious treatment in the mainstream media.
Granted, that media was Fox News host Geraldo Rivera, who in a former iteration ran a Jerry Springer-like daytime talk show. That and, the last time Rupert Murdoch's conservative-tilted television channel seriously talked about issues pertaining to 9/11, they were calling for a public official's resignation over a signature on one of the "9/11 truth" petitions.
Still, at the end of his serious-yet-brief treatment of questions surrounding the collapse of World Trade Center 7 (WTC 7, pictured), Rivera admitted that the activists had made him "much more open minded" about questions surrounding 9/11.
By Catherine Herridge
Published October 04, 2010
A document obtained and witnesses interviewed by Fox News raise new questions over whether there was an effort by the Defense Department to cover up a pre-9/11 military intelligence program known as "Able Danger."
Eric Bolling recovered his safe deposit box from ground zero. The contents included metal coins melted together.