Thursday, July 20, 2006

"Ellsberg joins 9/11 doubters"

That was a headline I saw on an excerpt from a Free Market News Network story. Somehow the story vanished and further attempts to find it via various search engines failed.
I also tried searching the Infowars site, cited in the excerpt, with relevant keywords, but nada.

Clearly if Daniel Ellsberg, of Pentagon Papers fame, has clearly expressed skepticism about the government's theory of 9/11, that would be very important, considering that he has been cautious on that point in the past, it appears. However, he has previously expressed doubt about the Bush group's use of innuendo to tie Saddam to 9/11 and has suggested that John Ashcroft, the former attorney general, possibly warranted a jail sentence for his behavior in squelching a probe of FBI translator Sybil Edmonds' concerns.

A clearer exposition of his views on the government's 9/11 claims is in order.

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