WeAreChangeLA questions Rep. Grace Napolitano about 9-11 cover-up and she glibly says "We know they are [guilty of treason]"
On July 18, 2008, Latino leaders in local and national politics converged upon the Bonaventure Hotel in downtown LA to discuss a whole array of issues from a progressive Latino perspective. Attending this event, among others were a few Congresspeople. I got a chance to catch up with Representative Grace Napolitano, from Norwalk, CA, and let her know about the information we had delivered to federal judge George H. Wu on July 11, 2008 regarding the treasonous implications for the executive and legislative branches of the ongoing 9-11 cover-up.
Bush opens wiretap documents to House
By PAMELA HESS, Associated Press Writer
Ending months of resistance, the White House has agreed to give House members access to secret documents about its warrantless wiretapping program, a congressional official said Thursday.
The Bush administration is trying to convince the House to protect from civil lawsuits the telecommunications companies that helped the government eavesdrop on Americans without the approval of a court. Congress created the court 30 years ago to oversee such activities.
House Intelligence and Judiciary committee members and staff will begin reading the documents at the White House Thursday, said an aide to Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Silvestre Reyes, D-Texas.
Reyes and ranking Republican Rep. Pete Hoekstra of Michigan requested the documents in May, saying they would not support telecom immunity without them. The Senate committees were given the documents last fall.