First hour: Christopher Bollyn, author of Solving 9/11 – the most comprehensive book on Israeli involvement in the 9/11 attacks. Christopher Bollyn has just made public new evidence concerning the destruction of 9/11 evidence. He writes:
I look forward to discussing the destruction of the steel from the World Trade Center on Saturday, December 18. I am sending you the following information so that you understand the basics of what I will be talking about. To understand the Mossad role in the destruction of the steel from the WTC is to understand a very crucial part of the 9/11 crime. I posted a piece that discusses the Mossadniks who ran the international trading network at Hugo Neu Schnitzer. These two Mossad punks, Nathan Fruchter and Jehuda Saar, had worked for Marc Rich at Glencore AG and other companies he ran in Stamford, Connecticut since the mid-1990s. Hugo Neu is the company that recycled much of the steel from the World Trade Center by sending it to Chinese mills where it was melted. The article is here> http://www.bollyn.com/wikileaks-and-the-911-crime-gang There is much more to Hugo Neu’s connection to the Mossad. Hugo Neu, which was created by the current owner’s father, who was originally working with Walter Rothschild and Meno Lippauer when they all came from Germany, is an investor in this Mossad venture capital fund: AquaAgroFund http://www.aquagrofund.com/Investors.aspx#HugoNeu One of the managing partners of the AquaAgroFund is Nir Belzer, who is co-founder of the Millenium Material Technologies Funds. http://www.aquagrofund.com/Team.aspx#Nir Which he founded with Oren Gafri, who specializes in military applications of thin coatings, exactly like what was used at the World Trade Center on 9/11 http://www.mmtfund.com/management.html I hope to be able to get the chapter on this subject written in the next few days.
Second hour: The Monfils Conspiracy author Denis Gullickson; framed-for-murder-then-exonerated Mike Piaskowski; and Cal Monfils, brother of murder victim Tom Monfils. (Note: I have devoted two shows to this topic, but this will be the first one with Cal Monfils, whose courage and sense of justice have led him to revisit the case of his brother’s murder.)
Wisconsin has had its share of miscarriages of justice. Take Joe McCarthy’s anti-leftist witch-hunts…or the case of a certain University of Wisconsin instructor forced out by a crackpot state legislator for speaking the truth about 9/11 — a truth that nobody in either the legislature or the entire University of Wisconsin system is willing to challenge in a free and fair debate, but which remains politically “unspeakable” in the land of fearless sifting and winnowing.
Okay, so I thought I had it bad…until I read The Monfils Conspiracy: The Conviction of Six Innocent Men. This book shows how six innocent workers at Green Bay’s James River Paper Mill were falsely convicted of murder in a surreal, witch-hunt-style mass trial back in 1995. Five of them are still rotting in jail for the crime of refusing to lie at the behest of out-of-control cops and prosecutors. The sixth, Mike Piaskowski, was exonerated and released in 2001, and will (I hope) be appearing on the show, along with Monfils Conspiracy author Denis Gullickson.
If you’ve seen The Thin Blue Line, or studied the frame-ups of Lee Harvey Oswald, James Earl Ray, Sirhan Sirhan, and/or the alleged 9/11 hijackers, you know how the innocent can be painted as guilty, and the guilty as innocent, based on emotionally-engaging stories fed to or latched onto by investigators, prosecutors, the media, and/or the public…no matter how ridiculous the story, and no matter how wildly it clashes with the facts. The Monfils Conspiracy documents that this is precisely what happened to Dale Basten, Mike Hern, Mike Johnson, Keith Kutska, Ray Moore, and Mike “Mike Pie” Piaskowski: The cops started with a good story, to which they immediately became emotionally attached; and they subsequently bulldogged that story into six false convictions in the teeth of overwhelming countervailing evidence. We need to study these cases and learn from them to counteract our natural tendency to make this kind of mistake. And above all, we need to get these five guys out of prison.