Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Passing the Reframed 9/11 Litmus Test

Here's some examples of articles that pass the Reframed 9/11 Litmus Test.
  • Key Expert Calls FBI's Theory About Accused Anthrax Terrorist 'Impossible': A microbiologist who supervised the work of accused anthrax killer Bruce E. Ivins explained to a National Academy of Sciences panel Thursday why the arithmetic of growing anthrax didn't add up to Ivins' mailing deadly spores in fall 2001.

  • Airline pilot cleared of role in 9/11 after 'nine years of hell': The pilot falsely accused of training the hijackers responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks has won his almost decade-long miscarriage of justice battle. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian living in Britain who lost his career as an airline pilot, suffered wrongful imprisonment and damage to his health, will now be eligible for up to £2m compensation.

  • Hashmi: Finally, a Trial!: After close to three years in solitary confinement in a federal detention center in New York City, the 29-year-old Queens-born American citizen, Syed Fahad Hashmi, will finally get his day in court. He will be charged with conspiracy to provide material support to Al Qaeda

  • Al-Qaeda Chief In Iraq: Captured, Killed, Never Actually Existed, Re-Captured, Now Killed Again: U.S. and Iraqi officials have today announced that two “Al-Qaeda in Iraq” leaders have been killed in an air strike carried out by American troops. A major flaw in the story that seems to have been overlooked, is that both of the men have already been reported captured and killed on several occasions, with U.S. officials also having previously declared one of them a “fictional character” that was invented by the other!

  • The Self-Importance of Being Robert M. Gates: Gates' credibility has always been a subject of controversy since he lied to a Congressional committee in 1987 about his knowledge of Iran-contra and was forced to withdraw his nomination as CIA director.


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