Friday, August 12, 2011

Where Is The Press? [UPDATE] PREMIER

"With the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks only a month away, former CIA Director George Tenet and two former top aides are fighting back hard against allegations (from Richard Clarke, Chief White House Counter-Terror Advisor, 98 - 02) that they engaged in a massive cover-up in 2000 and 2001 to hide intelligence from the White House and the FBI that might have prevented the attacks." - Phil Shenon, The Daily Beast.

Find out on 9/11/11

First transcript and audio of podcast available:

Identity of the CIA analyst at the heart of a notorious failure in the run-up to the September 11th tragedy RELEASED.


Statement released on the delay of Who Is Rich Blee and full press
release (pdf) from the filmmakers regarding the CIA threat of prosecution. 

From homepage 9/11/11 @ 1:16 am, CST:
Temporarily Offline
On Thursday, the CIA threatened the journalists behind Who Is Rich Blee? with possible federal prosecution if the investigative podcast is released in its current form.
We are delaying that release while we consult with others and weigh our options. A press statement with a more complete explanation will be made available at this site soon.

"The release of the interview with Richard Clarke is only the "first wave." On 9/11/2011, an audio-cast is being released. According to Ray Nowosielski (producer for 9/11 Press For Truth), "a good number of former gov't officials from various agencies have been coming to us to back up Clarke's basic assertions, providing various details and first-person accounts that make clear that Clarke is not simply a "conspiracy theorist."


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