Jamie Gorelick

Oklahoma City and Jamie Gorelick and CDI

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

Part 1 - http://youtu.be/sqA2sV98Q28
Part 2 - http://youtu.be/jK5Hnf-y9Zs
Part 4 - http://youtu.be/W2_Srgi-mvM

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

http://www.anoblelie.com/

Zelikow’s ‘What Do I Do Now?’ Memo Found

We have found the famous "What Do I Do Now?" memo drafted by 9/11 Commission Executive Director Philip Zelikow on March 2, 2003. The memo advised staffers newly hired by the commission what they should do after starting work.

The memo was found by Erik at the National Archives and uploaded to the 9/11 Document Archive at Scribd.

Philip Shenon's The Commission highlighted the memo and one controversial section in particular. The section says:

Interactions with commissioners can be helpful to you and them. If you are contacted by a commissioner with questions, please contact Chris [Kojm, Zelikow's deputy] or me. Consulting with the Chair and Vice-Chair, we will be sure that the appropriate members of the Commission staff are responsive.

Shenon called this provision, channelling contacts between the staff and the commissioners through Zelikow and his deputy, "unusual" and "worrying to the staff." He added: