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Boston Marathon Bombings’ Guilty Verdict Exposed as a Gross Travesty of Justice

By Joachim Hagopian With the official government narrative of the 9/11 attack filled with a plethora of lies that have since been subsequently exposed, the next biggest “war on terror” event on US soil that the feds failed to stop … Continue reading

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Tsarnaev Guilty of 30 Counts in Boston Bombing Show Trial

show tri·al noun noun: show trial; plural noun: show trials a judicial trial held in public with the intention of influencing or satisfying public opinion, rather than of ensuring justice. Yesterday Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty of all 30 counts … Continue reading

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The Boston Bombing Trial Starts, But Answers Aren’t on the Docket

By Russ Baker Source: WhoWhatWhy We do not know what will come out of the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, but one thing we are pretty sure of: we will not get the real, complete story of what actually happened. Keep … Continue reading

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BOSTON UPDATE: FBI War on Marathon Bombing Witnesses Continues

By James Henry Source: WhoWhatWhy The Boston Marathon bombing is much more important than has been acknowledged, principally because it is the major domestic national security event since 9-11 and has played a major role in expanding the power of … Continue reading

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Here’s Why Libya Is Burning—Again

By Russ Baker Source: WhoWhatWhy NEWSFLASH: The U.S. has evacuated its embassy in Tripoli, Libya, because of ongoing violence, U.S. officials tell CNN’s Barbara Starr. Have you been following events in Libya closely? No, of course you haven’t. Since the … Continue reading

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Carlyle Group’s Latest Acquisition: the JFK Library (!)

By Russ Baker Source: WhoWhatWhy Some things you truly cannot make up. Like this: the museum and archives celebrating and exploring the life (if not really wanting to investigate the death) of John F. Kennedy is getting a facelift—courtesy of….the … Continue reading

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What Would Afghan Spending Buy at Home?

By Russ Baker Source: WhoWhatWhy Most of the stories headlining how President Obama plans to cut troops in Afghanistan as part of his planned exit from that country have not bothered to provide numbers on U.S. military spending there. A … Continue reading

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Post the Wrong Link, Get 105 Years in Jail

What kind of link does the government think warrants such punishment? Documents revealing the secrets-sharing relationship between government and private security companies, apparently. That was what Barrett Brown linked to, and was the root cause of his 105 year sentence. … Continue reading

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