Law Professor, George Gordon Questions 9/11

May 9, 2010

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Another professional speaking 9/11 truth. Just for the record WTC  #7 was 47 stories, not 42 as Mr. Gordon says.

May 9, 2010

Who Is George Gordon?

George Gordon is the nation’s foremost teacher of pro se courtroom strategy and procedure, a pioneer who taught himself the ins and outs of defending himself in court when Big Brother put him out of business. He is an author, lecturer, father and former corporate president. In 1979, he created Barrister’s Inn in Boise, Idaho to teach civil law and courtroom strategy and procedure. In 1985, he moved to Isabella, Missouri, and created George Gordon’s School of Law, which has been a leader in teaching individuals to successfully represent themselves in the civil court system.

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No Connection Between 9/11 Attacks and Disease?

March 25, 2010

Jeff Steir is saying there is no “credible evidence” that the air quality of Ground Zero had negative health effects for tens-of-thousnands of people. Jeff Steir is a lawyer. So why is he the Associate Director of the American Council on Science and Health?  Reading from that webpage I found an obvious conflict of interest:

Mr. Stier also worked both in the office of the Mayor and in Corporation Counsel’s office in the Giuliani administration in New York City. His responsibilities included planning environmental agency programs, legal analysis of proposed legislation, and health policy.

By Graham Rayman  source: Village Voice    March 25, 2010

At this point, saying that science has yet to directly link 9/11 exposure to the wide range of ailments suffered by Ground Zero workers is like poking a gorilla in the eye with a stick or commanding a boulder to stop rolling downhill.

After all, the city is ready to fork over more than $600 million to sick 9/11 cops, firefighters, construction workers and others who labored on “the pile” in the months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack. A federal judge, though, seems to think that number is too low. Meanwhile, folks in Congress want to set aside another $10 billion to cover ailing workers. And although there was initial skepticism about the link between the dust and disease, few now question it.

And yet, that’s exactly what Jeff Stier, associate director of the American Council on Science and Health, does in an op-ed in today’s New York Post.

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Justice Department Pointlessly Gags Guantánamo Lawyer

November 22, 2009

Prisoners in Camp 6, Guantanamo (Photo: Brennan Linsley)

Source: AndyWorthington

By Andy Worthington


One of the saddest stories in Guantánamo is that of Abdul Hamid al-Ghizzawi, a Libyan married to an Afghan woman and with a newly-born baby daughter, who was running a small bakery in Jalalabad, Afghanistan at the time of the US-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001. Fearing that he would be seized in the widespread anti-Arab sentiment that followed the collapse of the Taliban, he traveled with his family to the house of his wife’s parents, but instead of finding safety he was seized by bounty hunters and sold to US forces. Read the rest of this entry »

Former Monsanto Lawyer Hired by FDA as Key Advisor

November 19, 2009

Source: NaturalNews

November 19, 2009

by: David Gutierrez

(NaturalNews) A former lobbyist and Monsanto employee who is credited with playing an instrumental role in introducing genetically modified milk and known carcinogens into the U.S. Food supply has been hired as a key advisor for the FDA. Read the rest of this entry »


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