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We Are Change Activist Framed for Assaulting Handicapped Girl

(See also Gary's post-release statement.)

We Are Change Activist Framed for Assaulting Handicapped Girl

Kurt Nimmo, Infowars - April 24, 2008

It was apparently not enough Gary Talis was attacked and punched by John Lovetro for making the mistake of asking the women of the Bush crime family a question about 9/11 truth and the illegal and immoral Iraq occupation.

Witness Dianne Lipson took this photo of John Lovetro, restrained after attacking We Are Change activist Gary “German” Talis.

NY Post: 9/11 Skeptics' Lunatic Fringe

9/11 Skeptics' Lunatic Fringe

Source: NY Post

July 16, 2007 -- THIS time, they've gone too far. A group of 9/11 conspiracy theorists - whackos who deny that jumbo jets brought down the World Trade Center - is on the attack. But their latest target isn't the government, which they claim destroyed the buildings with explosives.

They're using a vicious Internet assault to pick on an elderly widow.

"They're dirty sons of bastards! They are not real men," feisty Ellen Mariani, 69, told me. Ellen lost her husband aboard United 175 on Sept. 11, 2001.

"They have no respect for women, no respect for the dead and no respect for little children who now have been orphaned." ...

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MOORE'S 'SICKO' STUNT - TAKES 9/11 WORKERS TO CUBA

MOORE'S 'SICKO' STUNT
TAKES 9/11 WORKERS TO CUBA

http://www.nypost.com/seven/04152007/news/worldnews/moores_sicko_stunt_worldnews_janon_fisher.htm

By JANON FISHER

April 15, 2007 -- Filmmaker Michael Moore's production company took ailing Ground Zero responders to Cuba in a stunt aimed at showing that the U.S. health-care system is inferior to Fidel Castro's socialized medicine, according to several sources with knowledge of the trip.

The trip was to be filmed as part of the controversial director's latest documentary, "Sicko," an attack on American drug companies and HMOs that Moore hopes to debut at the Cannes Film Festival next month.

Two years in the making, the flick also takes aim at the medical care being provided to people who worked on the toxic World Trade Center debris pile, according to several 9/11 workers approached by Moore's producers.