Tonight, I got a tip that the HuffPosters are at it again --- only this time:
- An argument could be made that they have notched up their loonbattedness to unprecedented levels, in that they are now claiming or implying that Khaleed Sheikh Mohammed --- the mastermind behind 9/11, and who is now reported to have finally confessed to it --- is actually innocent, or confessed to a crime he didn't commit due to "torture," or that this entire story is just a lie being concocted by the Bush administration
- I grabbed PDF files of a significant portion of the entire thread (so Queen Arianna and her minions can't claim, as they did in re the Cheney thread, that such comments only comprised a "miniscule portion" of the comments, which it then looked like --- only after they'd surgically scrubbed the thread to give it that appearance); see here
- As a result of what I've seen tonight, I will never again call any HuffPosters "HuffTards," because I now realize that it is a cruel insult to retarded people. Unlike the hateful, insane, psychopathic whackjobs who were posting on this thread tonight, retarded people are generally benevolent, peaceful, and far more intelligent. In short, retarded people would be eminently preferable as fellow citizens for normal, patriotic Americans.
WASHINGTON - Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the suspected mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, confessed to that attack and a string of others during a military hearing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to a transcript released Wednesday by the Pentagon.And according to a report from Bloomberg, citing DoD transcripts, Mohammed said the following:
Mohammed claimed responsibility for planning, financing, and training others for bombings ranging from the 1993 attack at the World Trade Center to the attempt by would-be shoe bomber Richard Reid to blow up a trans-Atlantic flight with explosives hidden in his shoes.
In all, Mohammed said he was responsible for planning 29 individual attacks, including many that were never executed. The comments were included in a 26-page transcript released by the Pentagon, which also blacked out some of his remarks.
"I was the military operational commander for all foreign operations aroundWow. The first thing one might consider is the fact that we actually gave Mohammed a chance to explain himself, rather than immediately putting a bullet in his brain once we knew who we'd captured, given the very, very, very extensive history we had on him, which is why he was such a high-value military (not law-enforcement) target.
the world," under the leadership of Osama bin Laden, Mohammed said in a
statement read to a tribunal at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba by a U.S. military officer
acting as his personnel representative.
Mohammed's list of terrorist operations he oversaw included the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, an attack on a nightclub in Bali, Indonesia, and planned attacks on buildings in New York, Chicago, California and Washington state, according to the transcript released yesterday.
But no, we are Americans. Instead, we gave him what we give all detainees at Camp Gitmo: gourmet Islamic meals, brand-new Korans, prayer rugs, comfy cots, and groovy orange jumpsuits. Which is a hell of a lot more than al Quada and their devout affiliates give U.S. soldiers that they capture (do I need to post videos of beheadings? the dragging of their dying bodies through the streets, to be torn apart by savage Islamists?).
Oh, and as the story indicates, he was given a "personal representative," in the form of none other than a U.S. military officer.
Yes, please, tell me about other nations that would provide all this to a psychopathic mass-murderer who was the military commander of the jihadist nutjobs who declared war on America.
NOW, with that background... let's get back to the notorious Huffington Post, and that "miniscule portion" of what Queen Arianna referred to as "unhinged, fringe" commenters that visit their wisdom on her site. We need to get to this before her tech minions start scrubbing the most outrageous posts away, like they now say is their official policy.
The following is but a sampling of the estimated 200 comments that were posted as of 1:50am on Wednesday night (HuffPost has stopped posting total numbers of comments, so this is an estimate of the 8 pages of lunacy, at an average of 25 comments per page).
But before we begin, as you read, pay close attention to the following three things, the most egregious examples of which I've highlighted in RED:
1) The misconception that has been drummed into an ever-larger portion of our population by leftist "journalists" and "educators," that enemy combatants who do not abide by the rules of war as established by the Geneva Convention are entitled to slick trial lawyers and access to our legal system. To the contrary, they are ONLY entitled to a military tribunal and humane treatment while our guests at Camp Gitmo until their status is adjudicated --- and if they are found guilty, a proper (non-Islamist) execution.-------------------------------------------
2) The indictment that this brigade of lunatics is making against our soldiers, en masse, whom they claim to "support," yet in this thread claim are acting like Nazis, that they are all torturing prisoners at random and sadistically, being led by those most prominent modern Nazis, Bush and Cheney.
3) The obligatory conspiracy theories, that 9/11 was not perpetrated by al Quada as part of the war they declared on America, as they have admitted and congratulated themselves for time and time again ---- but rather, was part of a gigantic Bush-Cheney-Halliburton-Diebold-PNAC-etc., etc., etc. conspiracy.
OK, are you ready? Good. Just make sure you have your anti-indigestion medicine nearby --- you may well need it. OK, let's go --- before the HuffPost admins start scrubbing this thread, just as they did the Cheney one...
If you individually pulled the hairs out of my ass and nailed me with a frozen cactus, I'd admit to inventing the magnolia tree too.
By: afraidtoland on March 14, 2007 at 08:10pm
Wow, this guy was a tough nut to crack. It took them 3+ years to torture a confession out of him. Did he confess to sinking the Titanic? Wearing women's underwear? Dealing coke to Bush in the 70's?This is pathetic. We're the laughingstock of the world!
By: revoltnow on March 14, 2007 at 08:13pm
they tortured him......It is wrong. we should never torture anybody.and they probably had him confess under torture years ago....and brought it out now to distract from the Attorney Generallisimo problem.Confessions under torture are not admitting to doing something. Maybe he did mastermind, but they shouldn't torture anybody. It is wrong. Morally wrong. Get it, Fascists?
By: ghostsofAmerica on March 14, 2007 at 08:16pm
Even if the confession is true, it's inadmissable because of the circumstances of the interrogation. This is sad because Bush's policies have made the treatment of enemy combatants a laughing stock in front of the whole world.
By: subway on March 14, 2007 at 08:17pm
This Mohammed guy's been tortured in Guantanamo to come up with a story ignorant Americans will buy. Bullshit baffles brains.
By: midtown on March 14, 2007 at 08:18pm
This guy is a Sunni and part of the Muslim Brotherhood out of Kuwait and Egypt aka Mujahideen. The mujahideen were significantly financed, armed, and trained by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) during the Carter and Reagan administrations, Saudi Arabia, the People's Republic of China, several European countries and Pakistan (during the Zia-ul-Haq military regime). The Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was the interagent used in the majority of these activities to disguise the sources of support for the resistance in Afghanistan.This is very bad news for the Bush/Cheney swine herd and the current leadership in Pakistan.Are the 9/11 Conspiracy nuts not so insane after all?
By: getoffmedz on March 14, 2007 at 08:19pm
Of course he was responsible for all aspects of 9-11.How old is he again ? Maybe he killed JFK as well.Anything to keep the light of day off of who was really responsible.
By: Harvo on March 14, 2007 at 08:22pm
Wait ... this guy is the "mastermind" of 9/11? That's the worst picture of Dick Cheney I ever saw!
By: visualizechimpeachment on March 14, 2007 at 08:26pm
Could someone in the "jounalist" field, please get word to the Fascists that the public is already ahead of them on this story?...could we just get to the impeachment?From someone who exprienced waterboarding a first-hand report:"You can hold out on the waterboard...for about as long as your breath holds out. Then, cued by the lack of oxygen, the body's autotonic nervous system goes into panic. This is quite different from mind panic,which can be consciously controlled with practice. Body panic is beyond control of your mind. What the mind is doing is frantically spinning, trying to make ANYTHING that could be said, to make it stop...just for a moment for a full breath."Emphasis on SAY ANYTHING...
By: beaver on March 14, 2007 at 08:30pm
water board and he would have confessed to killing Cock Robin and kidnapping the Lindburg baby. Maybe he's guilty of many things but confessions without corroberation don't mean much. Do they? If you already had the verifying evidence what value is a coerced confession?
By: scottymac11 on March 14, 2007 at 08:32pm
The Pentagon is doing a lot of political damage distraction this week? hmm.Here we go again:"Weapons of Mass Distraction"
By: SCG on March 14, 2007 at 08:35pm
The United States is now the penultimate pariah state. If I were an average American I WOULD NOT be expecting any sympathy for any future events from foreigners. Expect a lot of people turning their backs. It surprising how many average people I speak with on a daily basis who view the USA as a lost cause.Now, when they said this "terrorist" confessed to may other things, did he also confess to kidnapping the Lindhberg baby?
By: PatrickWalker on March 14, 2007 at 08:42pm
Hearings in SECRET with no outside independent verification of the Pentangle's released 'side of the story'...So you tortured a confession, then allowed no outside observers as the confession was read in TRIBUNAL, then after nothing but lies from day 1 of this administration, you want us to just swallow whatever they say came out of their TORTURE...as the TRUTH???
Eat shit and die, YOU soldiers HAVE LESS HONOR THAN THE MAN YOU CONDEMN!
By: NoFactsJustTruth on March 14, 2007 at 08:45pm
Oh my, how convenient, and timely, for another Bush poll ratings bump. Couldn't have anything to do with obscuring the growing media attention on the rampant fraud and corruption throughout the entire Reflublican Party, could it? Just me, I guess, a born cynic! The clothes he's wearing at the table are, no doubt, the first cover he's had since being whisked off to that Halliburton built shit hole, in the dead of night. Trust a Guantanamo confession... ummmmmmmm, NO!
By: Mummyscurse on March 14, 2007 at 08:57pm
It is now generally admitted that Ali Mohamed worked for the FBI, the CIA, and U.S. Special Forces. Patrick Fitzgerald, who testified to the 9/11 Commission about Ali Mohamed, knew him well. In 1994 he had named him as an unindicted co-conspirator in the New York landmarks case, yet allowed him to remain free. This was because, as Fitzgerald knew, Ali Mohamed was an FBI informant, from at least 1993 and maybe 1989.(3) Thus, from 1994 "until his arrest in 1998 [by which time the 9/11 plot was well under way], Mohamed shuttled between California, Afghanistan, Kenya, Somalia and at least a dozen other countries."(4)...."
By: ghostsofAmerica on March 14, 2007 at 09:07pm
Glad they nailed him finally. I hope they get him on JFK too!
By: gda on March 14, 2007 at 09:11pm
Well, it seems to me from most things I've heard or read that there's a fair chance this fellow was indeed behind it.But the Bush morons have fucked up everything so badly that in any civilized system he would probably walk.Secret prisons. Secret evidence. Torture. Hearsay evidence.Well done shitforbrains!!
By: Geoffi on March 14, 2007 at 09:12pm
Sounds like he confessed to everything I wonder if he confessed to screwing up Florida's voting and convincing the supremes to appoint the president. Really though when you thnk about it if he confesses to every terrorist attack on this country it makes us all look like dumb asses, Oh, wait, we are.
By: birdman on March 14, 2007 at 09:19pm
We find similar symptomatic resistance in the 9/11 Report.1) Here is an easy example: the identity of the hijackers. The FBI had distributed a list naming 18 of the 19 alleged hijackers by 10 AM on 9/11.2Within two weeks the identities of at least six of the hijackers were unclear; as men in Arab countries with the same ..."---------------bait and switch.. .this is the real insider, worked for CIA and FBI and special forces.Patsies, and Moles, read Webster Tarpley's SYNTHETIC TERROR.
By: ghostsofAmerica on March 14, 2007 at 09:27pm
HuffPost MUST NOT give this any voice. This has been known for years. This is a CASEBOOK Bush "administration" distract the toddler with the interesting toy play. This "pentagon" press release is just a burner-switching tactic.DO NOT give this any voice. Focus on impeaching Gonzales and pushing Libby culpability up the chain.
By: leoninearies on March 14, 2007 at 09:35pm
Check out the BBC video of WTC7 falling before it actually did. Type in BBC WTC7 in youtube. This is hard evidence that the official story is a sham.
By: stro2425 on March 14, 2007 at 09:40pm
Again, it was an inside job, and it might be possible that some of the Arabs on the FBi list had something to do with it -- if only as a gaggle of patsies, kind of like the Miami 7. There is enough reported to bring up serious questions of all the contruction work that went on in the North and South towers. The control of the security agency was in the hands of Marvin Bush, who took control that Year. Silverstein bought the buildings that year and not only saved a bundle on the proposed cleanup of Asbestos, he made $7 Billion from the extra insurance he put on it, after only millions of $ to take control of it. Anyway, many have heard it all before. It stinks to high heaven, but I'm sure this will run on Fox news for a while.This would be the second Actual arrest, but based on tortured confessions. There isn't enough left of these people to verify the government's claims. Pretty sick.
By: vitriolandangst on March 14, 2007 at 09:42pm(NOTE to JQWorld readers - I've largely omitted the many posts by "ghostsofAmerica" (a/k/a spiritquest, a/k/a rese, a/k/a about 35 other IDs), long-winded 9/11 and anti-Bush conspiracy theories; I'm sparing you the gory details, but check the thread to see for yourself; now, back to the lunatic hatred of the other HuffPosters...)1 - With Osama Bin Laden dead the administration needs a new scapegoat or dupe.2 - This announcement is most likely a distraction because the Bush/Cheney swine herd is on very thin ice of late.3 - They picked the wrong dupe because this one is Sunni and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood or mujahideen via Kuwait and Saudi Arabia with little or no connection to Iran and was CIA-trained.4 - Most likely this "mastermind" was tortured which makes his confession very suspect.5 - If anything, this may re-ignite the investigation into 9/11. Hello Congress!
By: getoffmedz on March 14, 2007 at 10:04pm
What a crock of s**t. If these people were really behind 9/11 they would be televised hearings. All this stuff is done in secret and with torture. This guy is half retarded and we are supposed to believe he engineered this massive attack. What a godamn joke.Want something real. How about that Alianaz Insurance doesn't want to pay Larry Silverstein. Maybe the gig is up.
By: AmericanLiberal on March 14, 2007 at 10:04pm
Only diehard Republicans believe this is true.
By: LeaderofMen on March 14, 2007 at 10:14pm
So...what took so long for them to let us know? Or did they not allow him to confess for a couple years? Which is it? It couldn't be old "torture 'em good" Gonzales suddenly getting too much attention now, could it?
By: AlienLifeForm on March 14, 2007 at 10:22pm
Sorry, off topic but...Kucinich Seeks to Strip Oil Law Benchmark from SupplementalYup, get active and call.After destroying their country, killing hundreds of thousands of them and turning millions of them to refugees. It is our moral obligation to at least try to stop the theft of their only resource.You want to wash some of the blood of America's hands? CALLAnd spread the word.
By: contraegoiste on March 14, 2007 at 10:34pm
Come on, guys. What do you think this is? A fair trial? He'll get a fair tribunal that nobody'll see then they'll take him out and shoot him.
By: cynatnite on March 14, 2007 at 10:35pm
wow Dick Cheney and the rest of the PNAC confessed...thats amazing
By: pnacjerk on March 14, 2007 at 10:37pm
The American flag is just as bad here as a Nazi symbol. you wear it saying :"I don't care about anything but money and I will kill you and your family to get it." Wearing the American flag means that. You certainly are part of the problem in my country.
By: Krackonis on March 14, 2007 at 10:54pm
"...unfortunately, after more than four years in US military custody, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was also quick to confess to the Tate-LaBianca murders, hurricane Katrina, and the Harriet Meyers nomination."
By: Cid on March 14, 2007 at 10:59pm
A confession coerced by torture and a military tribunal conducted in secret? Our government has done us all a great disservice, because we will never know the truth about this man or any other detainee at Guantanamo. Given the Bush Administration's track record, I'd sooner believe that Paris Hilton was the mastermind behind 9/11.
By: buddhistMonkey on March 14, 2007 at 11:06pm
excuse my cynicism... but how the hell do we know what is in the transcripts, or if they are the real transcripts?I don't believe a fricking thing that is said by these people any more.I am so done with trusting one thing that they utter.bunch a murdering, torturing, thieving, rotten, fricking criminal thugs!
By: accountability on March 14, 2007 at 11:08pm
They forgot to claim, that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was responsible for also initiating the Iraq war, causing the under-water explosion that created the Tsunami, and finally for a grand finale, the act of blowing up the levee in new Orleans. My god, you would've thought that with the amount of torture they gave him, he would've sung like a bird, and admitted anything. Putin, will swear he was the one who put the plans into operation to also murder and poison the Russian spy. I guess anything Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is supposed to be responsible for, could never be the creative uttering of the Guantanamo Gang, who are working in secret torture facilities, hoping you will believe that it makes their work of extracting evidence in Guantanamo all the more worthwhile and legitimate.You must take it on faith, with no cameras in the court, and no court at all, after all the generous government of yours, has given you the court judge for the trial hearings of Anna Nicole.George W. Bush be praised, I don't think so. American justice at it's finest, I don't think so. Another timely distraction for the media, I think so. Shameful either way. Oh by the way, thanks for finally letting us know.
By: RandyRanson on March 14, 2007 at 11:11pm
Yes, it's pretty hard holding on to the moral high ground and spew righteous indignation when... You invade a country, kill over 600,000 innocent civilians, open up torture camps, turn millions into refugees and steal their resources.
By: contraegoiste on March 14, 2007 at 11:15pm
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed also confessed to cutting down the cherry tree, and scaring red riding hood. Tony Snow says the press maligned bin-Laden family have finally been exonerated. By: fourex on March 14, 2007 at 11:23pm
If the war on terror is about to wind down as the second in command at the Pentagon says it has to, then why is Halliburton building a huge prison complex at Guantanomo? I have a great idea who we should put in there. Let the trials of the Bush clown circus begin.
By: TLV on March 14, 2007 at 11:25pm
Bush would confess to what under the same conditions? Cheney would confess to what under the same conditions?Rumsfeld would confess to what under the same conditions?Chertoff would confess to what under the same conditions? Addington and Yoo would confess to what under the same conditions?Ledeen and Wolfowitz would confess to what under the same conditions? Perle and Bolton would confess to what under the same conditions?Who are the terrorists?
By: ghostsofAmerica on March 14, 2007 at 11:25pm
Osama bin Who? Well, if you can't shoot the guy who did it, shoot the guy you've got.
By: ladyxoc on March 14, 2007 at 11:28pm
Sure he confessed -- under torture, anybody will say anything. Gullible sheep will fall for this magnificantly timed piece of propaganda.
By: LostCause on March 14, 2007 at 11:31pm
George W. Bush, congratulated the Bin Laden family, and whispered to them, in his best southern drawl, "I told you, you would get your son back alive". Then joking the President whispered to Karl Rove, "Now where can I hide that $500,000,000.00 US dollar reward money"?
By: RandyRanson on March 14, 2007 at 11:50pm
And, if, through your vile inhumane sadistic torture you have DRIVEN THIS GUY KHALID SHEIK MOHAMMED COMPLETELY INSAME, then he's probably not able to assume any responsibility for 9/11 BECAUSE HE'S NOW CRAZY -- -- WHICH YOU HAVE DRIVEN HIM.THANKS A LOT, BUBBLE BOY.FOR GIVING US NO JUSTICE.
By: BushHugger on March 15, 2007 at 12:00am
They tortured him, nothing he says or 'confesses' to is of any value or relevance.This is a Rovian diversion, return to the real news.
By: Exitbushco on March 15, 2007 at 12:32am
BULLSH*T! I wouldn't believe this if it was delivered by God herself!Do this in open court, with proper legal procedures, on TV, with a jury and a proper mechanism for appeal."We hold these truths to be self-evident, that ALL men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights"....ALL means exactly that... A L L!
By: 1TruthTeller on March 15, 2007 at 01:01am
Maybe you believe in such coincidences. I don't. There's no conspiracy. It was blatant. Most people will believe anything besides the truth if the truth is horrifying enough.I didn't schedule the exercises that morning. You can deride me all you want but the truth remains. No matter which way you spin it--did the enemy have foreknowledge of those exercises which would absolutely guarantee their success?--or did those exercises serve as cover for the diabolical plan that would otherwise have never been realized?For the events to have unfolded as they did, their was either unbelievable luck...or complicity.It's really that simple. And that horrifying.
By: conundra on March 15, 2007 at 01:32am
Peter Lance's new book, TRIPLE CROSS, says same things. Ali Mohamed is the real mastermind, and he is free in a witness protection program.
By: ghostsofAmerica on March 15, 2007 at 12:30am
Well, well...we agree on something! Amazing book.
By: maxcat06 on March 15, 2007 at 01:48am
2 1/2 years in a torture chamber without a lawyer and a ' representative speaks for him ??!!He didn't confess. They beat him into submission. Someone else confessed and he grunted (in pain )ANYWAY, I'm glad it's all over now. AT LAST we can continue on our war of terror uninterupted.Oh yea, and maybe we'll find out how KSM shut down NORAD, and got the FBI top confiscate all the evidence815 links by story title,9/11=PNAC Plot
By: RevMVG on March 15, 2007 at 01:49am
Well, well, well. And that's only 8 pages into the "miniscule portion" of loonbatted, whackjob, "unhinged, fringe" comments posted.
Behold --- the "new base" of the Democratic Party, to whom the "most ethical Congress in history" has already surrendered, as noted mere days ago, here on JQWorld --- right before they also surrendered to Fox News Channel, here.
And with all this, it's a wonder why the jihadists think Americans --- under modern Democratic "leadership" --- are primed and ready for dhimmitude.
Even as an atheist, I feel compelled to say, "God bless America --- we're gonna need it." See all the VIDEO of this astonishing, heavyweight American ASSet, here. firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE 1, MARCH 15: I ALMOST FORGOT...
The only thing missing from this story is how, once exposed, the HuffPost loonbats claiming that all those offensive commenters were part of a "vast right-wing conspiracy" to make leftists look bad... how these are not regular commenters and therefore must be "trolls," or "stooges" for the RNC or BushCo... as they did on the Cheney thread, here.
UDPATE 2, MARCH 15: "KSM" WRITES TO THANK THE HUFFPOST CROWD!!!
And he has lots of reasons to, doesn't he!!!! Here it is, in its unedited glory... (see thread here, before the HuffPost comment surgeons scrub it away as if it never existed...):
A CONFIDENTIAL EMAIL
To: HuffingtonPost Loonbats
From: Khaleed Sheikh Mohammed
Date: 15 March 07
Dear Loonbats and Aspiring Dhimmis:
I want to thank you for all your supportive comments on this thread and all the others where you've expressed the view that, compared to the Bush-Cheney-Halliburton-Diebold-PNAC conspiracy cabal, I am a virginal Boy Scout. I can't tell you how much it means to me to know that I have such support from the loonbats who have "bought and paid for and own" your party (http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=16284)
Nevermind those idiot, racist, Islamophobic folks like that infidel bastard JonQuixote, who has documented so extensively the err of your ways - you and I both know that YOU are right: http://jonquixoteworld.blogspot.com/2007/03/huffposters-strike-agai...
Keep ignoring our training manuals in which we're instructed to allege abuse where there has been none, just to garner sympathy from the world's loonbatted media. JQ won't.
I and my friends in al Quada attacked America because, as you say over and over and over, you all deserved it. Your repeated claims that the attacks of 9/11 were all a BushCo conspiracy give us jihadists no shortage of laughter, however, and with each passing day, your conspiracy theories just get whackier.
But hey, being a vicious jihadist, being treated so fairly and courteously here at Gitmo, it is a joy to hear how you berate your own people, and accuse them of far worse things than I've done. Gourmet halal meals, comfy cots, groovy orange jumpsuits, tropical breezes... what a life!!!
They only give me 10 minutes on the Web, and I still have to download the ACLU's arguments on my behalf, you know, so I can get a slick trial lawyer like John Edwards, to whom I will be making a significant campaign contribution.
Have a nice day, you loonbatted dhimmis... and remember...
PS: Send me an audio file of one of Howard Dean's rants, k? I enjoy those OH so much!!!-KSM.
By: LetsHaveABanJQparty on March 15, 2007 at 12:36pm
Yes, let's have another BanJQ party... :)
UPDATE 3, MARCH 15: NOTED HISTORIAN, PHILOSOPHER, POLICY ANALYST ROSIE O'DONNELL "WEIGHS IN" ON THE KSM CONFESSION, HIS "HUMANITY," U.S. STRATEGY & MORALS, AND MORE!!!
Michelle Malkin's HotAir has it all... wow, if only America could be governed by such wisdom; such insight; such... (GAG!!!). Excerpt:
“He doesn't look very healthy after three years in (American) captivity... But I just think, this man for whatever he did or didn’t do, he is not the be all, end all of terrorism in America. And our government has not found the answer in this one way [unintelligible].”
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See all the VIDEO of this astonishing, heavyweight American ASSet, here.