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Activist Releases Archive of Suppressed News Videos

Activist Releases Archive of Suppressed News Videos

James Corbett
The Corbett Report
01 September, 2009

In a move sure to send shockwaves through the online activist community, Jonathon Elinoff—activist, researcher, and the filmmaker behind the Core of Corruption documentary series—has released a video archive of dozens of network news broadcasts detailing controversial and suppressed news stories.

The archive, compiled over a period of several years, features actual network news coverage of the Trilateral Commission, the shadow government that went into operation on 9/11, the Bohemian Grove and numerous other topics that the nightly news almost never mentions. Many of the videos (if not all) are being released online for the first time.

Just a few of the incredible videos currently available in the archive include:

A 2002 CBS report on Ptech:

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