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Donahue breaks "9-11 Conspiracy" story. TIME TO RAIS HELL ABOUT OTHER MEDIA NOT

An excerpt from the Donahue interview with, Breitweiser, the widow of the 9-11 victim who is one of the 400 9-11 family members filing suit against Bush for allowing 9-11 to occur.
Here's the Donahue, Nat'l NBC personalities, and NY NBC News affiliates contact emails. (Donahue transcript excerpt at bottom of email).

Please urge your networks to thank Donahue, and then DEMAND TO KNOW why none of the other news has told us about the 400 9-11 family members who have sued Bush for allowing 9-11 to happen, and why they haven't interviewed Bissard about "The Hidden Truth" !!!!

They need to get an endless flood of these, when you send them to your networks urge them to get them out to theirs, and to urge them to do the
same, and on and on and on. :-) Also, urge them to post the appeal at sites, michaelmoore.com, bet.com, etc.


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An excerpt from the Donahue interview with, Breitweiser, the widow of the 9-11 victim who is one of the 400 9-11 family members filing suit against Bush for allowing 9-11 to occur.

BREITWEISER: I think what really initially started was I saw the picture of the president in, I think it was "Newsweek" or "Time" magazine,
and I read the caption. And the caption said, you know, "Andy Card telling the president about the second plane." And then I read that he proceeded to read for 25 minutes to the 2nd-graders. He was in a Sarasota school that morning for a reading program. And I read it again, and I thought it was, you know, misreported. And it wasn't, and I got upset. I said, you know, this nation was under attack. It was clear that we were under attack. Why didn't the Secret Service whisk him out of that school? He was on live local
television in Florida. The terrorists, you know, had been in Florida. I mean,
we find out that out now. He was less than 10 miles from an airport.


BREITWEISER: And I-I am concerned. I want to know why the Secret Service did
not whisk him away. I want to know why he is the commander-in-chief of the
United States of America, our country was clearly under attack, it was after
the second building was hit. I want to know why he sat there for 25 minutes.

DONAHUE: Yeah. Well, I don't want to argue this with you at all. You know,
there's lots of things that would make Americans upset, to be sure. I think
the president might argue, you know, those kids were there. He's the
president. If he acts like he's nervous or in a hurry-I don't know. Less
forgiving-you know, I'm less generous about the issue of what happened after
those planes took off. And I think you feel this way, too. Do you want to
talk about that?

BREITWEISER: You know, I think...

DONAHUE: Two took off from Boston, one from Dulles.

BREITWEISER: Right. And I think that I have a lot of problems with the
Pentagon. I don't understand how a plane could hit our Defense Department,
which is the Pentagon, an hour after the first plane hit the first tower. I
don't understand how that is possible. I'm a reasonable person. But
when you look at the fact that we spend a half trillion dollars on national
defense and you're telling me that a plane is able to hit our Pentagon, our
Defense Department, an hour after the first tower is hit? There are
procedures and protocols in place in this nation that are to be followed when
transponders are disconnected, and they were not followed on September 11th.

DONAHUE: Right. You make the case that they scrambled and escorted Payne
Stewart's plane faster, you think.

BREITWEISER: Right. We use that as an example in our meetings.

DONAHUE: I've only a couple seconds here, but I want you to get this in.


DONAHUE: Go ahead. They got up there quickly with the golfer...

BREITWEISER: They got up there right away.

DONAHUE: ... who was deprived of oxygen. Everybody fell asleep on the

BREITWEISER: They got there very quickly. Moreover, the jets that were
scrambled on September 11th were not only late, but they were sent from Air
Force bases 200 miles away.

DONAHUE: We'll be back in just a moment with Kristen. (COMMERCIAL

DONAHUE: Kristen Breitweiser-there's her husband. He was killed when the
second plane hit the World Trade Center on September 11th. She saw the plane
hit his building after he called her. Middletown, New Jersey, Kristen.
You want an independent investigation. Now, let's make this point here.
Incidentally, you came here with three other widows, didn't you? You guys
must be tight.

BREITWEISER: They're my family. We are all family. And it is how we have all
survived in the last year.

DONAHUE: Tell me about what your-what's-what is September 11th Advocates all
about? What do you want to happen?

BREITWEISER: At this point, we are fighting for an independent investigation,
an investigation into 9/11 removed from the political process. We don't feel
comfortable with Congress investigating itself, basically. You have
congressional committees that had oversight duties with the FBI and the CIA.
We want politics removed. We want pure accountability, and we feel that an
independent investigation is needed to have that. We've had independent
investigations with regard to Pearl Harbor, with regard to the shuttle
accident. If there's a car accident, you have an investigation. We have
waited 11 months, and I think it is deplorable that these women and myself
have to leave our children, our homes, and go down to Washington and beg for
answers. To have the right to have answers, we have to beg. And it's
related to this? 15.Aug.2002 10:40


So, that's on Donahue, and then CNN drops this:

Do you think this is meant to serve as a distraction? The question is, why would one group try to distract from the other? So maybe it's just paranoia, but then again, there are doubtless lots of lawyers in on the claim; maybe a couple of them are unwittingly or knowingly agents of the government. I know that temporal proximity proves nothing, but it is suspicious that there are two big groups out there, and that the pro-government one comes forth at just this time.