Flocco: CIA, French intelligence kill 4, capture 5 Israelis in NY subway attack
Tom Flocco | October 7 2005
Earlier this evening intelligence members of the American-French Alliance stopped an attempt by Israeli Mossad operatives to blow up the New York City subway, according to national security and U.S. intelligence expert Thomas Heneghen.
The federal whistleblower said four Israelis were killed in the altercation and five more were captured just minutes after virtually all U.S. cable news channels, network TV outlets and New York Mayor Richard Bloomberg were reporting their own version of the incident, adding that New York City was "facing a significant threat" in the city's subway.
Heneghen said CNN had the information but host Anderson Cooper refused or was ordered not to report the real story to the American people.
Adding to the Bush administration's problems and following on the heels of the August 2, 2005 Bush-Cheney indictment story on TomFlocco.com, cable news channels are now reporting that indictments against White House officials are imminent.
Heneghen said his intelligence sources revealed that White House Senior Presidential Advisor has turned State's evidence and "will implicate other members of the White House" in order to cooperate with U.S. Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald.
The intelligence authority said "22 indictments involving both the Bush and Clinton administrations are pending in a grand jury," adding "more indictments will come quickly and in waves."
"These grand juries are about to liberate the American people from two political parties who are prepared to literally blow us up in order to keep their power," said Heneghen, adding, "The New York threat is internal, not external. The individuals involved in the New York threat are now in custody of U.S. and French intelligence-and they were identified as Israeli Mossad."
The whistleblower said "Tonight the AFA claimed a victory against the Mossad in the U.S. It was almost like the movement of armies on a battlefield."
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