Friday, April 04, 2008

Fwd: Secret DOJ Memo Says Fourth Amendment Has "No Application" After 9/11

Secret DOJ Memo Says Fourth Amendment Has "No Application" After 9/11
Disclosure of classified documents reveal total dismissal of U.S.

AP: Ventura Regrets Initial Acceptance of 9/11 Story

Ventura says he regrets initial acceptance of 9/11 explanations

Associated Press - April 3, 2008 5:04 PM ET

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Jesse Ventura says he regrets not asking more
questions about the 9/11 attacks when he was still governor of

Ventura tells the nationally syndicated radio host Alex Jones that
his skepticism about the official version of events would have then
carried more weight.

Among many other things, Ventura questions how the Twin Towers could
have fallen so fast and in such a way as to turn so much of the
wreckage into dust.

He also says that after watching the Twin Towers collapse in slow
motion, it appears to him exactly like the controlled demolition of a
Las Vegas hotel.

Ventura spoke on Jones' program on Wednesday. Ventura was elected as
an independent in 1998 and left office in 2003 after deciding not to
seek re-election.

Jones frequently questions the events surrounding 9/11 and often
discusses conspiracies on his radio show and documentary films.

On the Net:

Alex Jones:

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Fwd: Three Official Denials of Ted Olson 9/11 Story

Late in the day on 9/11, CNN put out a story that began: “Barbara Olson, a conservative commentator and attorney, alerted her husband, Solicitor General Ted Olson, that the plane she was on was being hijacked Tuesday morning, Ted Olson told CNN.” According to this story, Olson reported that his wife had “called him twice on a cell phone from American Airlines Flight 77,” saying that “all passengers and flight personnel, including the pilots, were herded to the back of the plane by armed hijackers. The only weapons she mentioned were knives and cardboard cutters.”2
Ted Olson’s report was very important. It provided the only evidence that American 77, which was said to have struck the Pentagon, had still been aloft after it had disappeared from FAA radar around 9:00 AM (there had been reports, after this disappearance, that an airliner had crashed on the Ohio-Kentucky border). Also, Barbara Olson had been a very well-known commentator on CNN. The report that she died in a plane that had been hijacked by Arab Muslims was an important factor in getting the nation’s support for the Bush administration’s “war on terror.” Ted Olson’s report was important in still another way, being the sole source of the widely accepted idea that the hijackers had box cutters.3
However, although Ted Olson’s report of phone calls from his wife has been a central pillar of the official account of 9/11, this report has been completely undermined.
Olson’s Self-Contradictions
Olson began this process of undermining by means of self-contradictions. He first told CNN, as we have seen, that his wife had “called him twice on a cell phone.” But he contradicted this claim on September 14, telling Hannity and Colmes that she had reached him by calling the Department of Justice collect. Therefore, she must have been using the “airplane phone,” he surmised, because “she somehow didn’t have access to her credit cards.”4 However, this version of Olson’s story, besides contradicting his first version, was even self-contradictory, because a credit card is needed to activate a passenger-seat phone.
Later that same day, moreover, Olson told Larry King Live that the second call from his wife suddenly went dead because “the signals from cell phones coming from airplanes don’t work that well.”5 After that return to his first version, he finally settled on the second version, saying that his wife had called collect and hence must have used “the phone in the passengers’ seats” because she did not have her purse.6
By finally settling on this story, Olson avoided a technological pitfall. Given the cell phone system employed in 2001, high-altitude cell phone calls from airliners were impossible, or at least virtually so (Olson’s statement that “the signals from cell phones coming from airplanes don’t work that well” was a considerable understatement). The technology to enable cell phone calls from high-altitude airline flights was not created until 2004.7
However, Olson’s second story, besides being self-contradictory, was contradicted by American Airlines.
American Airlines Contradicts Olson’s Second Version
A 9/11 researcher, knowing that AA Flight 77 was a Boeing 757, noticed that AA’s website indicated that its 757s do not have passenger-seat phones. After he wrote to ask if that had been the case on September 11, 2001, an AA customer service representative replied: “That is correct; we do not have phones on our Boeing 757. The passengers on flight 77 used their own personal cellular phones to make out calls during the terrorist attack.”8
In response to this revelation, defenders of the official story might reply that Ted Olson was evidently right the first time: she had used her cell phone. However, besides the fact that this scenario is rendered unlikely by the cell phone technology employed in 2001, it has also been contradicted by the FBI.
Olson’s Story Contradicted by the FBI
The most serious official contradiction of Ted Olson’s story came in 2006 at the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, the so-called 20th hijacker. The evidence presented to this trial by the FBI included a report on phone calls from all four 9/11 flights. In its report on American Flight 77, the FBI report attributed only one call to Barbara Olson and it was an “unconnected call,” which (of course) lasted “0 seconds.”9 According to the FBI, therefore, Ted Olson did not receive a single call from his wife using either a cell phone or an onboard phone.
Back on 9/11, the FBI itself had interviewed Olson. A report of that interview indicates that Olson told the FBI agents that his wife had called him twice from Flight 77.10 And yet the FBI’s report on calls from Flight 77, presented in 2006, indicated that no such calls occurred.
This was an amazing development: The FBI is part of the Department of Justice, and yet its report undermined the well-publicized claim of the DOJ’s former solicitor general that he had received two calls from his wife on 9/11.
Olson’s Story Also Rejected by Pentagon Historians
Ted Olson’s story has also been quietly rejected by the historians who wrote Pentagon 9/11, a treatment of the Pentagon attack put out by the Department of Defense.11
According to Olson, his wife had said that “all passengers and flight personnel, including the pilots, were herded to the back of the plane by armed hijackers.”12 This is an inherently implausible scenario. We are supposed to believe that 60-some people, including the two pilots, were held at bay by three or four men (one or two of the hijackers would have been in the cockpit) with knives and boxcutters. This scenario becomes even more absurd when we realize that the alleged hijackers were all small, unathletic men (the 9/11 Commission pointed out that even “[t]he so-called muscle hijackers actually were not physically imposing, as the majority of them were between 5’5” and 5’7” in height and slender in build”13), and that the pilot, Charles “Chic” Burlingame, was a weightlifter and a boxer, who was described as “really tough” by one of his erstwhile opponents.14 Also, the idea that Burlingame would have turned over the plane to hijackers was rejected by his brother, who said: “I don't know what happened in that cockpit, but I'm sure that they would have had to incapacitate him or kill him because he would have done anything to prevent the kind of tragedy that befell that airplane.”15
The Pentagon historians, in any case, did not accept the Olson story, according to which Burlingame and his co-pilot did give up their plane and were in the back with the passengers and other crew members. They instead wrote that “the attackers either incapacitated or murdered the two pilots.”16
ConclusionThis rejection of Ted Olson’s story by American Airlines, the Pentagon, and especially the FBI is a development of utmost importance. Without the alleged calls from Barbara Olson, there is no evidence that Flight 77 returned to Washington. Also, if Ted Olson’s claim was false, then there are only two possibilities: Either he lied or he was duped by someone using voice-morphing technology to pretend to be his wife.17 In either case, the official story about the calls from Barbara Olson was based on deception. And if that part of the official account of 9/11 was based on deception, should we not suspect that other parts were as well?
The fact that Ted Olson’s report has been contradicted by other defenders of the official story about 9/11 provides grounds for demanding a new investigation of 9/11. This internal contradiction is, moreover, only one of 25 such contradictions discussed in my most recent book, 9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press.
1 This essay is based on Chapter 8 (“Did Ted Olson Receive Calls from Barbara Olson?”) of David Ray Griffin, 9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press (Northampton: Olive Branch, 2008).
2 Tim O’Brien, “Wife of Solicitor General Alerted Him of Hijacking from Plane,” CNN, September 11, 2001 (
3 This was pointed out in The 9/11 Commission Report, 8.
4 Hannity & Colmes, Fox News, September 14, 2001 (
5 “America’s New War: Recovering from Tragedy,” Larry King Live, CNN, September 14, 2001 (
6 In his “Barbara K. Olson Memorial Lecture,” delivered November 16, 2001 (, Olson said that she “somehow managed . . . to use a telephone in the airplane to call.” He laid out this version of his story more fully in an interview reported in Toby Harnden, “She Asked Me How to Stop the Plane,” Daily Telegraph, March 5, 2002 (
7 I discussed the technical difficulties of making cell phone calls from airliners in 2001 in Debunking 9/11 Debunking: An Answer to Popular Mechanics and Other Defenders of the Official Conspiracy Theory (Northampton: Olive Branch, 2007), 87-88, 292-97.
8 See the submission of 17 February 2006 by “the Paradroid” on the Politik Forum ( It is quoted in David Ray Griffin, 9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press (Northampton: Olive Branch, 2008), 75.
9 United States v. Zacarias Moussaoui, Exhibit Number P200054 ( These documents can be more easily viewed in “Detailed Account of Phone Calls from September 11th Flights” (
10 FBI, “Interview with Theodore Olsen [sic],” “9/11 Commission, FBI Source Documents, Chronological, September 11,”, March 14, 2008, (
11 Alfred Goldberg et al., Pentagon 9/11 (Washington DC: Office of the Secretary of Defense, 2007).
12 O’Brien, “Wife of Solicitor General Alerted Him of Hijacking from Plane.”
13 9/11 Commission Staff Statement 16 (
14 Shoestring, “The Flight 77 Murder Mystery: Who Really Killed Charles Burlingame?” Shoestring911, February 2, 2008 (
15 “In Memoriam: Charles ‘Chic’ Burlingame, 1949-2001,” USS Saratoga Museum foundation (available at
16 Alfred Goldberg et al., Pentagon 9/11 (Washington DC: Office of the Secretary of Defense, 2007), 12.
17 Of these two possibilities, the idea that Ted Olson was duped should be seriously entertained only if there are records proving that the Department of Justice received two collect calls, ostensibly from Barbara Olson, that morning. Evidently no such records have been produced.

This article is based on Chapter 8 of Dr. Griffin's new book, "9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press," (Northampton: Olive Branch, 2008).

This book reframes the central events of 9/11 as a series of 25 internal contradictions. The only way that its readers will be able to continue to accept the official story is to accept mutually contradictory accounts.

"9/11 Contradictions" may have the best chance of any of DRG's books (or indeed any book) of opening up a new investigation into 9/11.
David Ray Griffin is a frequent contributor to Global Research. Global Research Articles by David Ray Griffin

Monday, March 31, 2008

Fwd: Michael C. Ruppert - A 2008 Retrospective

Michael C. Ruppert - A 2008 Retrospective
From The Wilderness & Crossing the Rubican

March 24, 2008 - I have owed you this update for a long time. Things
have evolved so much and so relentlessly that there was no solid
ground on which to plant my feet, take a look around and tell you
what I saw with a steady gaze. I can do that now.

I know it's not necessary for me to point out to ever-loyal FTW
supporters how right we got it in our eight and a half years. A look
at economics, energy and geopolitics today mirrors - almost exactly -
everything I and the FTW writing staff predicted from 2001 through
the end of 2006. Oil is over $100 a barrel. Global oil production has
never exceeded the levels of late 2005. Gold is settling in at over
$1,000 an ounce and $1,500 may be locked in as a floor by year's end.

The US (and global) economy has begun its irreversible collapse.

The US has not (and will not) attack Iran.

Surrogate wars are developing in West Africa and around Venezuela. I
predicted this in a mid-June 2005 private meeting with Congressman
Roscoe Bartlett, (R) Maryland as I described a map I had made and he
had seen on our web site. Its title was, "World Energy Picture, March
2005." (It's on the FTW web site.) A few days after our meeting
Bartlett took that map, along with material from other Peak Oil
activists like Matt Savinar, and one I had made of Africa into a
private, one-on-one meeting with George W. Bush.

The subject of that meeting was Peak Oil.

In the most frightening article we ever published, "Eating Fossil
Fuels" (October 3, 2003), the great Dale Allen Pfeiffer starkly
described the umbilical between oil and food. We are just at the
threshold of what he told us was coming. Read it if you dare.

FTW was right about Pat Tillman. That series was our last great
exposé - but it was by no means our first.

The only major prediction we ever got wrong was that there would be a
draft; something the Empire has avoided through Stop-Loss, the
recruitment of green-card warriors, and a "surge" in enlistments from
young men and women who can find no other employment.

We missed the collapse of the US economy by a year and only the
deluded claim the worst is over. The major blessing that FTW enjoyed
from 1998 through 2006 of having a readership that had the time and
resources to read, to learn, and to fight the good fight, has been
replaced by an entire population focused solely on immediate economic
survival and a desire to stay out of a vortex swirling toward the

There was always going to come a time when survival crowded out other
concerns. That is not necessarily true for Peak Oil activists. We
know that we have done all that we could, balancing to various
degrees our concern for fellow man against the requisites of our own
survival and health. Some of us did a better job of this than others.
The courageous Ali Samsam Bakhtiari left us a few months ago. I will
never forget or yield the honor I feel in having worked with all of
them, especially the great Colin Campbell.

Nor will I ever surrender the places I have in my heart for Michael
Kane, Stan Goff and Jamey Hecht.

As I said after the 2004 election, September 11th is all but
forgotten. No one wants to hear about it anymore. People are too busy
worrying about how to keep from becoming homeless. The one blessing
here is that Rudy Giuliani did not benefit from 9-11 this election
year. But I shudder to think of him as Attorney General under
President John McCain who, as a commentator on CNN quipped, "will
make Dick Cheney look like Gandhi."

As Attorney General, Rudy Giuliani would be just plain vicious.

What has been lost as a result of FTW's end? Not much. Our
accomplishments are both significant and enduring. In my file cabinet
I have several hundred letters (not counting emails) sent as I
returned - desperately ill and broken in spirit - from Venezuela in
December 2006. They all say the same thing. "Mike, you've done so
much. You've given us a map and we are capable of reading it. Your
book 'Crossing the Rubicon' is our reference 'bible'. FTW showed us
how to analyze and to predict. You and the writers taught us how to
analyze and question and think. We want you to rest, to recover, to
have a life...You've earned it."

I do have a life now; a really good one. I am happier than I have
been in the thirty years since, as a young Los Angeles police
officer, I discovered that CIA was bringing drugs into the country. I
am also living less than a quarter mile from where I was living then.
I am two miles from where I graduated High School; four miles from my
beloved UCLA.

Why am I not in Oregon? Why am I not preparing to live a sustainable
life? The answers will make sense to you but not until I tell you how
I got here.

The first thing that had to happen on my return was that I had to
recover. There were serious medical and (yes) psychological issues. I
was worn out, had been betrayed and waged war upon. I had PTSD. In
Caracas I had been "tagged" with an evil substance
called "burundanga". My glandular system was collapsing and I had
lost 25 pounds (the wrong way). I had constant vertigo. Doctors in
Venezuela who could have cared less about medical insurance added
that I might also have kidney stones. Thank God, I didn't.

After our offices were burglarized in June of 2006 (in the middle of
our Tillman series), the people I had left in place did not serve FTW
or me well. Many of my personal possessions, including precious and
rare books, mementos from 12 countries, wrist watches, my scrapbook
of freelance articles, and other most precious items were stolen by
people who were working for me. The bulk of my library, my
photographs, and my clothes were put in storage. Why people stole my
LAPD and UCLA diplomas (or threw them out) I don't know. Why someone
stole a photograph my mother took of FDR at Fort Belvoir in D.C. I
understand, but cannot yet forgive.

Everybody loses things. Some lose everything and come back stronger
than ever - although forever changed. I had given up totally. I went
to Venezuela to die. I could not fight the government's relentless
attempts to silence me anymore.

By roughly April of 2007 my health had returned to a point where I
could function. I will not write words I don't have to honor, love
and express my gratitude to the amazing Jenna Orkin for saving my
life and being the truest of friends.

Heeding a long-standing passion I became a volunteer groom and
occasional trail guide at the Kensington Stables just outside of
Prospect Park in Brooklyn. (That's right, Brooklyn.) Three days a
week, in an unbelievably crowded, ancient and barely surviving barn
that was home to more than 40 horses and ponies, I would turn out,
roll, groom and tack between five and nine horses a day. I rode for
free. The horses hastened my healing, but more was needed.

Finally in July, after more than two years, I gained control of an
inheritance left me by my father who had passed in May of 2005. I
always knew it would be there but I had to fight to keep it from the
hands of my stepmother's kin in Alabama. When I came back from
Venezuela it looked like I might never be successful.

You had sent in more than $12,000 in donations to keep me alive. That
money sustained me for eight months through two hospitalizations.
More importantly, it was a mandate for me to survive when I truly
believed that I had served my purpose here.

I should tell you now that donations are no longer needed. For eight
months now I have returned anything over $100. Whatever comes in - or
remains in the "bank" - will be used for the maintenance of the web

The first thing I did was pay as many outstanding debts as possible,
except for some that had been incurred without my approval while I
was out of the country. Some people made out nicely on FTW's money
after I left. I wasn't one of them.

The writers weren't either. I had to make good their back pay good
out of my inheritance. Of the close to two million dollars FTW made
in eight years, all of it went into the business, to hire more
writers, and to support other dedicated activists. No one who ever
worked for me experienced anything other than my intended generosity.
The fruits of that and my philosophy that well-paid writers write
better are on this web site forever.

It was being circulated then that I had smashed my own computers (for
a motive no one has yet explained) and had also been guilty of sexual
harassment against a female employee I fired shortly before the
burglary. The Ashland Daily Tidings, which I had previously
embarrassed after running a hit piece laden with falsehoods, pulled
out all the stops. Even Wikipedia did an unjustified number on me. (I
am not alone there.)

Getting the inheritance gave me the means to address these
allegations and issues - and to eventually discover what bits of my
life had been salvaged and put in storage.

I have made three trips to Ashland since July of 2007. On one of
these trips I took my attorney Ray Kohlman and, on another, Jenna
Orkin. I spent more than $20,000 seeking justice and the truth of
what had happened. Ironically, I had learned who it was who had
smashed my computers just weeks after leaving the US. Strong belief
that others in Ashland had been involved had haunted me every day

On my first trip - with Kohlman - I took a sealed letter from Stan
Goff discussing the Pat Tillman case to the Ashland Police
Department. The contents of that letter will remain known only by me,
him, the Ashland Police Department and a very few others. I can say
that nine general officers were disciplined in that case and Donald
Rumsfeld quit just as the revelations FTW had disclosed in June hit
the mainstream press in October and November.

As it turned out, completely by coincidence, the detective we met
with was also an Army Ranger veteran. As I had always known it would,
the physical evidence instantly exonerated me. There were serious
gaps in other areas too. I did not benefit from the burglary, nor did
the facts suggest any intent to do so. The sole $7,000 insurance
payment had gone directly and entirely to pay for new computers.
Contrary to what had been reported, I had never been asked to take a
Computer Voice Stress Analyzer or lie detector.

"I want one" were the first words out of my mouth in that meeting. I
was told in that, and in our next meeting in October 2007, it wasn't

I contacted private investigators, I started developing information
on key suspects who had likely either participated in the burglary
and who had certainly become accessories after-the-fact. The main
suspect, an employee who had been secretly telling Ashland PD on the
day it was discovered that I had done it, had moved to California and
was out of reach. He had been arrested for DUI in L.A. and was
apparently in hiding.

From August 2006 through February 2008 every night was filled with
dreams of revenge. It was torture for me as well but the
psychiatrists said it was healthy and I should "let it run". After
all, they don't put one in jail for thinking crazy. They put people
in jail for acting crazy. Two of the psychiatrists who treated me had
actually attended my lectures.

On August 22nd of 2007 I was thrown from a horse in the middle of
Prospect Park. It was my first injury in 30 years of riding. I landed
directly on the tip of my right thumb and shattered the socket. For
more than six weeks I walked around with six large pins - to
immobilize the joint - protruding through my flesh. I told the
curious that they were NSA eavesdropping antennae. The pain was
indescribable and it lasted until January. Just two days after the
pins were removed (October 11th) Jenna and I boarded a plane for the
west coast. On that trip I was told by the Ashland police that the
one suspect who remained within the jurisdiction had voluntarily
taken a CVSA and passed. She was the former employee who had charged
me with sexual harassment. APD was sure that she had not been
involved in the burglary. I could accept that because the prime
suspect had held a huge grudge against her too. He set us both
up...for a while.

On that trip I told the detective that we were planning (pending
legal research) on suing the Daily Tidings, its reporter Bob Plain
and its editor Scot Bolsinger. Now that it was clear that I was
innocent and that Plain had apparently had some kind of relationship
with my former employee, the paper had reason to be worried.

Just a few days after I told APD this, Bob Plain suddenly left the
Tidings for "greener pastures". I can only speculate that it was more
than coincidence. But I sure do hope so. The man's a true discredit
to journalism whose only care is what he can get away with printing
and not about the truth. Sometimes it's easy to find small people in
small towns and Plain was not the only one I found.

On my last trip to Ashland in February of this year I learned that
Bolsinger had been arrested for having sex with a minor and that a
good part of Ashland was planning on suing him for looting several
business that he had been given (or purchased) equity in. He was
under active investigation by the police.

As for the female employee who waited for five months after my
departure to file a sexual harassment claim with the state of Oregon
(when she and many others thought I was going to die), I am still
awaiting my day in court. She has made so many conflicting statements
that we'll crush her if we ever get to a hearing. We can show her
intent to blackmail based on a document she wrote the day I fired her
that will match nicely with the $35,000 she asked for in damages. I
refused to pay a penny and have demanded a hearing. That was last
November and we have yet to hear anything back. I doubt we ever will.

My third and last trip to Ashland was different in that it was a
round-trip ticket from LAX to Medford, Oregon and not from JFK. By
late December it had become clear that Jenna Orkin needed to stay in
New York for personal reasons. She had not warmed to Oregon after
seeing Ashland, Eugene and Portland with me. She was a New Yorker
through and through. I, on the other hand, couldn't wait to get out
of New York City. It was a purgatory that had saved my life but it
was alien, a song out of key and tempo with the rest of my life. More
importantly I had come to a great realization.

I am now 57 years old. I will not survive the crash and transition
phase of Peak Oil. I will not see whatever kind of sustainable
civilization might emerge from the wreckage of my species' gross
mismanagement of the planet and itself. I needed to go home; to a
place where I knew the streets and had patrolled them as a cop; where
I had had my first girlfriend and gone to college; where I knew both
the climate and the people; and where I had friends - many, many
friends. Once that was clear, I moved to LA, rented an amazing house,
bought a car and started from scratch faster than East and West
Germany reunited at the end of the Cold War. I have eighteen new
owner's manuals.

I started writing a novel and became involved in a feature film

But I still had to finish old business.

On my last trip to Ashland it was made clear to me that the Ashland
Police Department is a small police department, with a tiny cadre and
limited budget. They cannot afford to send detectives to L.A. on a
weak, eighteen-month old, low-level felony. They admitted that they
had made errors in the initial investigation. The detective
respectfully, and I believe genuinely, said, "You have a good life
now. Enjoy it. You can pour a lot more money in but you'll be missing
the good life you already have. It's a shame that these stories got
printed but you and I know that once the damage is done nothing ever
makes it right. Not even if we could make an arrest."

I had already formulated these thoughts before I went up there for
the last time. Being back in L.A., near the beach, was already taking
years off of those that had been added by the load I carried for so
long. Already waiting for me at home was the life I hoped to have
after I had secured justice.

That justice has already been rendered. For his entire life, the man
who smashed my computers will know that this was the "biggest" thing
he ever did. That's a shame because he could have been and done much

Before I end this, I should mention also that I, using inheritance
money, did finally get to the bottom of my longstanding dispute with
my publisher, New Society (link to letter), over royalties. Read that
story on the website and you'll understand how frustrating life has
truly been.

The CIA's world wide propaganda machine was once referred to by
Deputy Director Frank Wisner as "The Mighty Wurlitzer". In the 21st
Century it is no longer just a media operation and it no longer
belongs exclusively to the Agency. Things have evolved, as they tend
to do. I don't know all the details of how they got me but they got
me. COINTELPRO is and was always a program designed to be out of
sight and not deciphered. Yet much of it has been and many heroes
before I came along have taught us how it works.

I have evolved too and I can't help but remember something I said in
maybe my last twenty-five lectures and in too many private
conversations in twelve countries. "I believe that the Universe is
saying to the human race - as Peak Oil and Global Warming threaten
all life on the planet - you must either evolve or perish. Grow up or
die." Just recently I wrote to Matthew Simmons, "You know, the worse
things get, the calmer I become."

The first thing I did when I got back from Ashland was find a "dawg"
to rescue. His name is "Rags" because he had mange and that's what it
looked like he was wearing. I have been nursing him back to health
and I swear that he is the happiest and best pooch that God ever

Don't ask me to speak, to lecture, or to investigate. I will not.
Don't send me your questions. I will not come. I will not answer.

I left you a map. Read it.

If you absolutely need to contact me then reach out to my agent and
dear friend Ken Levine in Sherman Oaks. His email is ken@...

Thank you God for everything You have given me. Thank you for
everything You have taken away. And thank you for everything You have
left me. As for me and Rags, we'll be somewhere in the wilderness
doing our thing, our tails wagging mightily and defiantly until the

Fwd: PBS on Iraq: A Compilation of Deceit

Sunday, March 30, 2008

If I Were A Terrorist! Must see this.

Fwd: 9/11: GATORS 911 TRUTH Video Updates- Steve Alten and more


Author, Steve Alten Interview

Elephant Paints Self Portrait

Fwd: Success extends screenings of 9/11 Truth Documentaries in Philly

--- In, "Hsaive" <Mail@...> wrote:

Whitehouse Truth Warning:

Americans are waking up to realize "9/11 was an Inside Job"

March 29, 2008 at 20:36:40
9/11 Truth Tuesdays Is Being Extended Through April!

by Jon Gold Page 1 of 1 page(s)

Since January 1st of this year, Betsy Metz and I have been showing
movies at the Anthony Wayne Movie Theater having to do with 9/11
Truth every Tuesday at 5pm and 7pm. The original plan was to only
show these movies in the months of January and February, but because
of the success of the showings, we've already extended them through
March, and are now extending them through April as well.

We hope that everyone in the Philadelphia area takes advantage of
what Betsy and I are doing. This is a perfect opportunity to show
your friends, and your family the "discrepancies", and unanswered
questions concerning the 9/11 attacks.

To try and save on costs, we are limiting April's shows to every
Tuesday at 7pm. We figured this was a better time slot anyway. It
should give people enough time to gather up their friends and family,
and may give us the opportunity to extend the showings into May and

Please join us in April as we continue 9/11 Truth Tuesdays.