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    Washington Insider: Subway Alert Is Fake Terror To Distract From Indictments Wayne Madsen | October 7 2005 After it was reported that Karl Rove had agreed to
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      Washington Insider: Subway Alert Is Fake Terror To Distract From Indictments

      Wayne Madsen | October 7 2005

      After it was reported that Karl Rove had agreed to give further testimony to the Grand Jury investigating the CIA leak, Rove's attorney Robert Luskin denied his client had received a target letter from special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald, a formal "heads up" sent to individuals who are about to be indicted.

      However, it is being reported from well-informed sources throughout Washington that 1) target letters have been sent to Karl Rove, Scooter Libby, and Ari Fleischer; 2) Rove has agreed to testify and possibly agree to a plea bargain agreement in return for his testimony against other targets of the criminal probe; 3) Cheney and Bush may be named as unindicted co-conspirators; 4) Bush's "war speech" before the National Endowment for Democracy and a late Thursday afternoon report that "19 operatives" have arrived in New York City to place bombs on subway trains are blatant attempts by the White House to divert attention from the impending indictments against the Bush White House.

      The main stream media is just beginning to take notice that a "Watergate-level event" is about to occur in Washington.

      Question: if Bloomberg really thought there was a credible threat against the subway, would he be riding it?

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