Thursday, November 23, 2006



Olmert and the Baker Boys

Blair is wildly exaggerating the threat posed by terrorism

Owning the Torture Society

It's Time to Re-Open the Investigation of RFK and JFK Assassinations

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Dotcom mania returns: Big media versus cyber surfers

Google censorship

Prince Albert's teen daughter on Fiji humanitarian mission

Who should America attack next

Evidence that the U.S. Government Planned & Executed 9/11

PBS 1987: "The Secret Government" - Part 1

PBS 1987: "The Secret Government" - Part 2

Letter to the Sunday Herald:

YOUR story, "Lockerbie Trial Was a CIA Fix, US Intelligence Insider Claims", (News, November 12) in which you cite an individual as claiming that the Central Intelligence Agency "manipulated" the Lockerbie trial and "lied" about the strength of the prosecution case, is totally unfounded.

The last paragraph said: "No-one at the CIA in Washington was available to comment." What we would have told the journalist, if we had had the opportunity, is that the story was rife with inaccuracies and baseless allegations. Moreover, it does a great disservice to your readers, to the family members of the victims of the bombing, and to those involved in the prosecution of the case.

Mark Mansfield Director of Public Affairs Central Intelligence Agency Classroom cutback that teachers want

Police chief- Lockerbie evidence was faked


Lockerbie Bomb and Ecuador and New Zealand

Lockerbie bomb verdict thrown into doubt

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