Wednesday, August 03, 2005
As reported at Three World Wars .....
I have no idea whether this is true or not, but Tom Flocco has posted an interesting article in his forum.
A Chicago grand jury has indicted the President and Vice-President of the United States along with multiple high officials in the Bush administration
Chicago—August 2, 2005—TomFlocco.com—U.S. federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald’s Chicago grand jury has issued perjury and obstruction of justice indictments to the following members of the Bush Administration: President George W. Bush, Vice-President Richard Cheney, Bush Chief of Staff Andrew Card, Cheney Chief of Staff I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, imprisoned New York Times reporter Judith Miller and former Senior Cheney advisor Mary Matalin.
There were no indications given as to whether the President and his top staff members would appear publicly before cameras at the grand jury proceedings, given the gravity of the charges.
Obviously this is highly significant considering recent reports of plans to detonate nuclear suitcase bombs in the US during August, a possible invasion of Iran as a result of the attacks, the Gaza withdrawal and the Senate’s August break. Clearly big plans are afoot if this report is accurate.
Updates will be posted as more evidence surfaces.
Other Links of Interest
Other Links (I will add to these below as this story unfolds)
The Revolutionary Coalition
Cloak and Dagger - “The fictitious Presidency”
The Arctic Beacon
[Rumor Mill News] BUSH & CO. FACING PROSECUTION by Sherman H. Skolnick
Leak prosecutor's boss likely to be replaced with Bush classmate. What's more, Newsweek has found that the new boss is a fellow initiate of the Yale secret society, Skull and Bones. [See report at the raw story]
[Citizen Spook Blog] TREASONGATE: White House Indicted? - US ATTORNEY'S OFFICE "ISSUES" OFFICIAL COMMENT
[Wayne Madsen Report] Aug. 7, 2005 -- Newsweek magazine is reporting that the Bush administration has changed its mind and decided to nominate Robert D. McCallum, Jr., instead of former White House deputy counsel Timothy E. Flanigan as the next Deputy Attorney General. McCallum, a Class of 1968 Yale and Skull and Bones classmate of George W. Bush, will supervise Rovegate Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald at a time when indictments in the White House outing of the identity of CIA covert agent Valerie Plame Wilson and her Brewster Jennings & Associates non-official cover colleagues are expected to be announced. McCallum will replace James Comey, who appointed Fitzgerald, with a provision there would be no interference by him in the Special Prosecutor's work. That situation is expected to change drastically. McCallum has been serving as third in command of the Justice Department as Associate Attorney General under Comey.
[Citizen Spook blog] TREASONGATE: The Controlling Law, Part 2: THE DEATH PENALTY, 18 USC 794 and the shift from GWOT to GSAVE
The Ultimate Resolution?
Fire 'em all!
If "The Ultimate Resolution" went into effect, it would dissolve the entire federal apparatus. The president, members of the House and the Senate, and the federal judiciary would be summarily fired. [apfn.org]