911 Blogger | April 1, 2008

NOTE: At the end of the video, Arlen Specter claims that the Patriot Act wasn’t passed until 2006 when it was actually passed October 29, 2001.

Questions posed by members of Philly 9/11 Truth to Senator Arlen Specter about the pre-9/11 military intelligence program Able Danger and the post-9/11 anthrax attacks were responded to with a fair degree of candidacy.

The Warren Commission member asserted that as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee investigation into the US military SOCOM program Able Danger that the inquiry, “like the song Oklahoma, we went about as far as we could go.” Perhaps he meant to say, “like Oklahoma City in 1995, we went about as far as we could go” before his handlers tightened his leash.

Unexpectedly, when questioned about the anthrax attacks, Specter conceded that al Qaeda was not responsible. “Coincidentally”, a few days after this event and a follow up by We Are CHANGE NYC stories such as the following began to appear in the media ( http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,342852,00.html ). Perhaps we are being preempted so that this condemning piece of evidence loses its potency in the mind of the public.


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