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Post-9/11, this doesn't seem all that weird
Rocco Galati quits.
After a six month investigation, Guerrilla News Network breaks Sander Hicks' in-depth story on Delmart Vreeland. We're grateful to see Sander Hicks' story in print. Until Mike Ruppert's forthcoming book, "Crossing the Rubicon," is published, he will not make any comments on the Vreeland story unless there is a major breaking development. As Ruppert has noted before, "this story is not over."
Briefing Paper, The Case for Bush Administration Foreknowledge of the Attacks of September 11th.
An Open Letter From "Mike" Vreeland to David Corn of The Nation and Norman Solomon of FAIR.
"Mike" Vreeland Speaks - 35 Questions and Answers from the US Navy Officer in Canada Who warned of the 9-11 Attacks
DELMART "Mike" Vreeland in Safe House - All Canadian Charges Dropped - Temporary Refugee Status Granted
Delmart "Mike" Vreeland ordered released from Toronto Jail in a surprise hearing while his attorneys were not present. The judge in the case publicly announced the address where Vreeland, the Naval officer who predicted 9-11 in a written warning, has been ordered to reside and announced curfew hours. The is the exact same pattern followed in the case of CIA operative and drug smuggler Barry Seal, gunned down by assassins in Baton Rouge Louisiana in 1986.
Updates on the Mike Vreeland Story Naval Officer Who Gave Advance Warnings of 9-11 Attacked in Canadian Jail Canadian Government Resisting Attempts to Introduce Evidence In Extradition Hearings US and Canadian Positions Losing Credibility
Dateline Toronto: The case of a US Navy officer jailed in Toronto exposes US government foreknowledge of the September 11th attacks. A call from open court to the Pentagon confirms rank, office number and telephone extension of Lt. Mike Vreeland who the Navy says was discharged as a Seaman in 1986. He wrote details of the 9-11 attacks in August!