Friday, December 17, 2010

Pentagon Papers Whistleblowers Call for a new 9/11 Investigation

Both Daniel Ellsberg and former Senator Mike Gravel have called for a
new investigation into 9/11.  Ellsberg is best known for having leaked
the Pentagon Papers, a secret history of the Vietnam War drawn up by
the Rand Corporation, during the Nixon Administration.  In 1971,
Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska assisted Ellsberg by having the Pentagon
Papers read into the Congressional Register to prevent any attempt by
the government to censor the documents.

Ellsberg is quoted as saying, "9/11 is far more explosive than the
Pentagon Papers."

In the past, Daniel Ellsberg, a staunch advocate for civil liberties,
has been reluctant to take a position on 9/11.  His voice is a welcome
addition to the ever growing chorus calling for a new investigation.
As the article notes, Mike Gravel has been a long time supporter of
the 9/11 Truth Movement.

"Pentagon Papers Whistleblowers Call for a New 9/11 Investigation" by
Washington's Blog

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