Leaked Cable Reveals Previously Undisclosed 9/11 Suspects
Published February 02, 2011 | FoxNews.com
As many as four men from Qatar are suspected of aiding the Al Qaeda hijackers in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, but investigators concluded in the days following the attacks that there was insufficient evidence to charge the suspects, law enforcement sources told Fox News on Tuesday.
Officials spoke after The (London) Daily Telegraph published leaked diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks that were sent between the U.S. embassy in Doha and the Department of Homeland Security in Washington.
The link between terrorists, truthers is now extended to children. Foxnews is clearly preparing on a new chapter in its propaganda against criticism towards gov't and state policies. According to the Digital Hate Report, internet often acts as the incubator and validator of dangerous conspiracy theories surrounding 9/11 and organ theft.
Title: Terrorists Targeting Children Via Facebook, Twitter
Published: March 15, 2010
"The report found a 20% increase to 11,500 in hate-filled social networks, Web sites, forums, blogs, Twitter feeds, and so on (up from 10,000 last year). It notes that beyond its role in our social lives, the Internet often acts as the incubator and validator of dangerous conspiracy theories surrounding 9/11 and organ theft."
The story is the number two headline on Foxnews.com, right below Nifong's apology for his prosecution of the Duke players. The headline for the story is: "Army: 9/11 Filmmaker's a Deserter".
I would like to point out that Fox News doesn't even know proper English grammar. "Filmmaker's" is not a contraction for "Filmmaker Is".
Producer of 9/11 Conspiracy Film 'Loose Change' Arrested for Deserting the Army
Thursday, July 26, 2007
By Catherine Donaldson-Evans
One of the young filmmakers behind a controversial 9/11 conspiracy documentary was arrested this week on charges that he deserted the Army, even though he claims he received an honorable discharge.
Korey Rowe, 24, who served with the 101st Airborne in Afghanistan and Iraq, told FOXNews.com that he was honorably discharged from the military 18 months ago — which he said he explained to sheriffs when they pounded on his door late Monday night.
“When they came to my house, I showed them my paperwork,” Rowe said. “The cops said, 'You’re still in the system.'”
A creative statement on the nature of media in America.