posted on Jan, 24 2007 @ 08:34 PM
The Berg case is a very chilling one. The way the story was presented at first portrayed a hard working journalist who wanted to interview the
terrorists so that their story could be told from their side in the press. Very laudible. A balanced free press is what America is all about.
(Isn't it?) But those no good Muslim terrorist ingrates in their usual craven and dastardly way kidnap that journalist and murder him for the sake
of a cheap and grisly propaganda moment slagging the Jews. (Berg being Jewish.)
After a while it starts to come out that balancing press accounts of the terrorists wasn't why Berg went to Karachi, Pakistan. (Karachi being the
home of the Al Quaeda riddled Pakistani ISI Whose director was lunching in Washington on 911 morning with state department and CIA biggies, having
previously arranged to wire Mohammed Atta $100,000 for some reason, I wonder what.) It is rumoured that Berg went all the way to Karachi to
investigate possible connections between the CIA and Al Quaeda. If that rumour is true, his expedition to Karachi presented a golden opportunity to
addresss several issues with one murder.
What Berg was doing basically was the equivalent of going to Sammy Gravano, prior to his being flipped by the police and saying to Sammy (at Sammy's
social club) "Look Sammy, I'm an investigative reporter, who suspects that John Gotti and certain persons in the Mayor's office are in cahoots for
mayhem and profit. You're associated with Gotti, maybe you could help me out with some of the details?" The inevitable consequences followed.
If the above scenario is accurate, Berg would definitely qualify for inclusion in a 911 dead list. There are others on the other side of the law,
much closer to the action who must be spending a lot of time watching their backs. I wonder how many of them have been picked off already.