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SHOCK! Establishment Internet Publication Huffington Post Calls for Obama to Reopen the 911 Investigation
Patrick Leahy has a point when he urges President Obama to open investigations about the Bush administration. However, he’s not pointing at the issue that we need to start with. Namely, September 11th. What really happened? More than a few people know – and I am not alone in calling for those who know to start talking and fess up. Let’s not let this go the way of the JFK assassination – and whether with subpoenas or on their own volition, I demand that Dick Cheney, George W. Bush – both of whom refused to testify under oath during the 9/11 Commission proceedings — Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Karl Rove, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Armitage, Larry Wilkerson, George Tenet, Robert Mueller and the rest – as well as Bill Clinton and Al Gore (both of whom also refused to testify under oath) — start talking, and in a public arena. And I’m calling on the Obama administration to open up a probe and unravel the web of deceit.
This DEFINITELY runs contradictory to Arianna Huffington’s public statements about “911 Conspiracy Theories: “There are certain obvious things we have, certain specific things,” says Huffington. “Conspiracy theories — we don’t allow conspiracy theories. If you thought Sept. 11 was caused by the Bush administration, your comment is not going to appear unless it is a mistake.”


February 12, 2009 - Posted by | 911 Truth vs. Government 911 Fantasy

1 Comment »

  1. To whom it may concern:
    As a new blogger to Huffington Post, I was unaware that I was treading on tricky ground when I posted that blog, for which I take full responsibility.
    The point, however, wasn’t about conspiracy theories — nor do I assert anywhere this it was an inside job. What I say, and what I stand by, is that the investigation wasn’t complete, which is also the message put forth by the two co-chairs in their book “Without Precedent.” I don’t think the full story has been told, and I think it should be told, while those who have the information are alive.
    And I don’t think it’s healthy when we’re not allowed to question what happened — or to even assert that the investigation wasn’t complete, and I have been flamed in the blogosphere for doing so. Little did I know that I had stepped on a landmine when I posted this on huffington, but again it reflects my belief that the whole story wasn’t brought out — and it should reflect solely on me, not on Arianna Huffington or on Huffington Post. — Melissa Rossi

    Comment by Melissa Rossi | February 17, 2009 | Reply

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