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“Label GMOs” activist Pamm Larry, 9/11 truth-seeking attorney William Veale

Truth Jihad Radio Mon. 1/23/12, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in: (402) 237-2525 or post your questions to my Facebook page.

First hour: Pamm Larry of, a.k.a. The Committee for the Right to Know.

If the big food companies are putting out frankenfoods containing genetically modified organisms, shouldn’t they have to at least tell us on the label?! The big food companies’ only argument against labeling GMOs is that they’ll lose sales. Don’t we have the right to buy the kind of food WE want?

Second hour: William Veale of the Center for 9/11 Justice. Veale, along with two other attorneys, represented April Gallop in her case against Cheney et. al. April Gallop and her baby were injured by the apparent bomb blast that struck the Pentagon at 9:31 a.m. (NOT 9:37, the time the government claims the Pentagon was hit by Flight 77). Escaping through the hole in the Pentagon, Gallop saw no evidence of any plane crash: No parts, bodies, luggage, wings, tail section, seats, major pieces of aluminum, wheels…NADA. While in the hospital, she was browbeaten by officials who tried to convince her that she HAD seen a crashed plane.

Later, after discussions with many Pentagon co-workers who agreed that none had seen any evidence of a plane crash, Gallop grew skeptical of the official version of 9/11, and wound up suing Cheney et. al. for perpetrating the attacks. After losing at the first level and appealing to a three judge federal panel, Gallop’s lawyer William Veale was shocked to learn that one of the three judges, John Walker, was George Bush’s cousin! Nonplussed that Walker hadn’t already recused himself due to the obvious conflict of interest, Veale filed a motion for recusal. Walker and the other two judges not only rejected Veale’s motion, but sanctioned him for even asking for the recusal! Now, in their final decision, Bush cousin Judge John Walker and his two co-panelists have sanctioned Veale and ordered him to pay a $15,000 fine for allegedly being “in bad faith” when he asked Bush’s cousin to recuse himself from judging a case alleging horrific crimes by the Bush administration!

Compared to this, Alice in Wonderland’s trial was a model of judicial probity.

We need to find out where Judge John Walker lives, and start staging noisy demonstrations outside his house demanding that he step down from the federal bench.

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