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Friday, October 29

More on 9/11 Coverup

Supposedly 3 of the 4 black boxes were found from 9/11. Why do you suppose the contents haven't been revealed? Why are officials still saying that they were never found? "But New York City Firefighter Nicholas DeMasi has written in a book self-published by Ground Zero workers that he took federal agents on an all-terrain vehicle in October 2001 and located three of the four. His account is backed by a well-known Ground Zero volunteer."

Wow you can watch Fahrenheit 9/11 on the internet in low res! Tell everyone.

Yay, Spitzer comes through again: "On behalf of New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, Chief Investigator William Casey today accepted a Complaint and Petition from a group of New York City citizens including 9/11 family members, survivors and a Ground Zero triage physician. The Complaint demands that the AG open a criminal inquiry and/or grand jury investigation into the many still unsolved crimes of September 11, 2001 over which he has jurisdiction." I have to write him another thank you note. He is very kind and actually answers my thank you notes.

Fighting over the 9/11 commission bill in the news:
"House and Senate conferees will battle behind closed doors this week trying at least to reach an agreement among themselves before Election Day. The key issue - whether to adhere to the 9/11 commission recommendations and give full budget authority to a new intelligence director or abide by the Pentagon's desire to leave spending in the Defense secretary's control - has reached a virtual deadlock thus far.

...Vice presidential candidate John Edwards released a statement yesterday lambasting President George W. Bush for not forcing the legislation through.

"The fact that President Bush hasn't gotten this done three years after 9/11 and nearly 100 days after the Commission's report is a colossal failure of leadership," Edwards said.

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