FW: Daily Mail Censors factual comments on the Photos

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-02-12 09:18:27

On here     www.dailymail.co.uk/…   I posted a comment mentioning I’d been giving out a video showing these photos (and I mentioned nothing else) and this was approved. Another comment mentioning the Qui Tam case and Judy’s name was not approved (presumably it would implicate the Daily mail in not doing any research and being part of the cover up)   Below is Pat Rattigan’s experience. As a reminder for the type of people we are dealing with in the media, I present other evidence below that.   From: hera@nemesisawake.co… [mailto:hera@nemesisawake.co…] Sent: 12 February 2010 08:37To: HERASubject: Please forward – Daily Mail ordered to remove factual post on Mail web site   The, verifiable, facts are   The twin towers – 220 storeys, 1 million tons steel/concrete total – were turned mainly into dust in a destructive process which took 9 plus 11 seconds. No trace of any aircraft was found at the site, nor at The Pentagon nor in Shanksville Pa. The damage to The Pentagon was consistent with that caused by a cruise missile. Larry Silversteen, owner of the lease for WTC7, stated that the decision was made to “pull” the building : it came down in a controlled, pre-planned demolition in 7 seconds. The BBC announced the destruction of WTC7, whilst the building was behind the reporter as she spoke : the BBC read the script 23 minutes early. It is scientifically impossible for a steel-framed building – office block, garden shed, doll’s house to be destroyed by fire. The computer graphics (hijacked aeroplanes) were of such poor quality that the US TV compaies who made them were ordered not to repeat the TV footage after Sep. 11.   The comments contravened no “house rules” : the level of accuracy, grammar, spelling, politeness etc. of the other posts can be viewed at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1249885/New-World-Trade-Center-9-11-aerial-images-ABC-News.html#ixzz0fJ9O6nhQ   ——– Original Message ——–Subject: Your comment on MailOnlineFrom: MailOnline Community Moderators Date: Thu, February 11, 2010 6:37 pmTo: Pat Rattigan Dear Pat Rattigan,We have reviewed your comment made on “Gone with the wind: New images of World Trade Centre collapse on 9/11 released”(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1249885/New-9-11-aerial-images-ABC-News.html), 11/02/2010 at 18:09 and exercised our discretion not to re-instate it on MailOnline.
Your comment was removed following a complaint. We welcome user comments and draw your attention to our Terms (www.dailymail.co.uk/…) and House Rules No virus found in this incoming message.Checked by AVG – www.avg.comVersion: 9.0.733 / Virus Database: 271.1.1/2678 – Release Date: 02/11/10 16:09:00 Yes, the way these images have been “released” is puzzling – probably another psy-op underway.   All UK media have been sent copies of the press releases I have written since Sept 2007 – no one has ever replied to them with anything of any interest or chosen to take up the story.   In 2007, I was ridiculed by another Daily telegraph reporter and misrepresented in his story in relation to my pointing out they had no evidence that the “shampoo bombers” were guilty (they were later exonerated).   www.checktheevidence…   Also in 2007, in response to my pointing out the evidence that the media were being complicit in trying to arouse support for an attack on Iran,   www.checktheevidence…   a news paper editor wrote back to me to say “f*ck off you sad little loser”, but was unable to point out any flaws in the evidence.   It seems these people, like Jim Fetzer and Ace Baker, do not have a soul and they simply cannot be trusted to “do the right thing” with important information. Again, that view was supported in 2008 by our interaction with a certain Mike Rudin of the BBC:   www.checktheevidence…   So I am not rushing to write them to correct their deliberate mistakes….  

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