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French journalist held over 9/11 story

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posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 06:58 AM
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There is growing disquiet among French journalists about the criminal investigation launched by the authorities against Guillaume Dasquié, a Le Monde reporter. Last week he was detained for 48 hours by counter-espionage officers and his home was searched. He is accused of publishing state secrets in an article in April, which claimed that the French intelligence services had warned their US counterparts of a possible terrorist plot that involved the hijacking of planes and crashing them into buildings some eight months before 9/11.
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links here www.guardian.co.uk...

Two years later this guy is exposing even greater levels of corruption, vis.


French journalist claims having proof of Zardari kickbacks
t’s a scandal and a label that refuses to go away. Allegations of kickbacks to the tune of ten per cent on government deals have come back to haunt the beleaguered president.
www.town9.com...



But the investigations do not come from within Pakistan but have been unearthed by a French court and released in French newspaper Liberation.

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posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 10:47 AM
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Your about to see

Hooper, and Im a Pepper, stick their hand's in there ears and say LALALALALALALALALALALALALA


Funny thing is THIS GUY TURNED HIMSELF IN TOO!


www.msnbc.msn.com...



posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 11:27 AM
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We all know they had prior knowledge, but isn't it interesting what happens to people who try to get something out. No wonder people do not get stories out anymore, lol.



posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 07:12 PM
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Originally posted by andy1033
We all know they had prior knowledge, but isn't it interesting what happens to people who try to get something out. No wonder people do not get stories out anymore, lol.


The Wikileaks 9/11 text messages may show something but is likely to have been "cleaned" already.

Still who would want to be a reporter in today's media with a really "hot" story when you know you can be arrested?



[edit on 17-11-2009 by prof-rabbit]



posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 07:19 PM
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First it became a crime to question anything about Christianity.

Next it became a crime to question the Holocaust.

Now it becomes a crime to question 911.



posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 11:54 PM
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Originally posted by OhZone
First it became a crime to question anything about Christianity.

Next it became a crime to question the Holocaust.

Now it becomes a crime to question 911.



You would have been better off with other comparisons.

Have you seen the old flicks with the people in concentration camps ?

We had a kid laugh at it in class, So our teacher showed us this flick, showed the bodies, the physical nature of people.

Not to mention the sick "Pride" many of the German officers took in the program.



posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 05:35 PM
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I haven't read your links yet, but just a quick reaction to the notion that Pakistan's President Zardari might be in "hot water" with the press over kick-backs on government contracts. Where to begin?

First of all, profiting from government expenditures is a world wide sport indulged in by politicians of every nation. I'm not excusing it or saying that it shouldn't be punished where the law permits. All I'm saying is that if Zardari weren't involved in monetary circularity in Pakistan, that would be a "flash extra" around the world and newsworthy.

Let's move on to the real problem and the real reason one would expect Zardari to start to get into trouble in the western press. The biggest problem that the Americans/British and their humble servants/trading partners might have with Zardari is that he is shrewd, slippery and knows what he is doing.

Specifically, pushing the Taliban out of Afghanistan and into Pakistan to make trouble and destabilize that country has backfired on the pushers. The Taliban ran into the toothy end of the Pakistani army, positioned appropriately by Zardari, and are being chewed to bits.

One would think that would make the Americans et. al. happy, if one believed all that baloney about nation building and fighting terrorism, and if one didn't know that the United States is in the nation destroying and terrorism business.

Zardari is starting to look like another in a long line of national leaders around the world who are in the way of bidness as usual, Uncle Sam style.



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