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    ... wrote: Here- http://www.arcticbeacon.citymaker.com/articles/art icle/1518131/30722.htm Federal Whistle Blower Claims Chicago Grand
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 8, 2005
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      Federal Whistle Blower Claims Chicago Grand Jury Indicted Bush And
      Others For Perjury and Obstruction Of Justice; U.S. Attorney's
      Office Says 'No Comment,' Refusing To Confirm Or Deny Alleged
      Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation into the
      Valerie Plame-CIA leak has now spilled over into Bush administration
      lies involving 9/11 and the war in Iraq, according to sources close
      to the Chicago probe.
      August 2, 2005

      By Greg Szymanski

      Sources close to the Chicago federal grand jury probe into perjury
      and obstruction charges against President Bush and others said
      indictments were handed down this week, but a spokesman for the U.S.
      Attorney's Office of the Northern District of Illinois refused to

      "We are not talking about any aspect of this case and our office is
      not commenting on anything regarding the investigation at this
      time," said Randall Sanborn from the office of U.S. federal
      prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald, the attorney conducting the grand
      jury probe into whether Bush and others in his administration
      violated federal law in a number of sensitive areas, including the
      Valerie Plame CIA leak case, involvement in 9/11 and the illegal
      nature of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

      In December 2003, Fitzgerald was named Special Counsel to
      investigate the alleged disclosure of the identity of who leaked
      information in the Plame case, but the present grand jury probe has
      expanded to include the wide-reaching crime allegations as new
      information surfaced.

      Although the U.S. Attorney's office in Chicago is staying silent, it
      is well known that Fitzgerald is digging deep into an assortment of
      serious improprieties among many Bush administration figures based,
      in part, on subpoenaed testimony provided by former Secretary of
      State Colin Powell.

      According to federal whistleblower Tom Heneghen, who recently
      reported on www.truthradio.com, Powell testified before the citizen
      grand jury that President Bush had taken the U.S. to war illegally
      based on lies, which is a capital crime involving treason under the
      U.S. Code.

      "Regarding the Powell testimony, there is no comment," said Sanborn.

      However, sources close to the federal grade jury probe also
      allegedly told Heneghen a host of administration figures besides
      Bush were also indicted, including Vice-President Richard Cheney,
      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.

      Heneghen, unavailable for comment and first reported by internet
      reporter Tom Flocco, allegedly also told sources White House Advisor
      Karl Rove was indicted for perjury in a major document shredding
      operation cover-up and that Prime Minister Tony Blair was also
      indicted for obstruction of justice charges.

      Heneghen also claimed that Blair failed to honor a subpoena issued
      by Fitzpatrick and is now consulting with British legal counsel on
      how to avoid appearing in Chicago.

      In recent weeks, there has been much controversy over Fitzgerald's
      wide reaching probe which is extending far beyond the Bush
      administration to include what some have called "a wholesale
      cleansing" of a crime-laden White House and Congress.

      Fitzgerald's investigation is said to be also centered on members of
      the 9/11 Commission, members on both sides of the isle in the House
      and Senate and also select high-powered members of the media.

      Needless to say, members close to the administration are `fighting
      mad" with Fitzgerald and reports on Capital Hill are that Senate
      intelligence Committee Chairman Pat Roberts is trying to derail
      Fitzgerald's probe by calling him to testify before the Senate
      regarding his true motives behind the investigation.

      Political observers are now wondering whether administration-
      friendly Republican legislators, some under investigation
      themselves, are conspiring like President Nixon did in Watergate
      with Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox, attempting to fire
      Fitzgerald in the same manner in order to cool the heat on further
      investigations into Bush administration crimes.

      Last week, other sources close to the investigation said the recent
      bomb scare in the subway under the Dirksen Federal Building,
      coincidently near where Fitzgerald was holding his grand jury
      hearings, raised serious questions as to whether government
      operatives loyal to Bush were sending the zealous prosecutor
      a "warning message" that he was entering murky waters with the
      extent of his investigation.

      The bomb scare was reported to local police late Monday afternoon,
      July 18, causing the subway to be evacuated for approximately 45
      minutes while bomb sniffing dogs and swat team members searched for
      what was reported to be "a suspicious package" left on one of the
      subway cars.

      Besides Fitzgerald's probe into Bush administration lies relating to
      9/11, the war in Iraq and the CIA-Valerie Plame leaks, he is also
      looking into a huge drug money laundering operation involving both
      the Clinton and Bush administrations with ties reaching all the way
      to Arkansas.

      Fitzgerald began serving as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern
      District of Illinois in September, 2001. He was initially appointed
      on an interim basis by former Attorney General John Ashcroft before
      being nominated by President Bush.

      The U.S. Senate confirmed his nomination by unanimous consent in
      October 2001. In December 2003, he was named Special Counsel to
      investigate the CIA- Valerie Plame case.

      For more informative articles, go to www.arcticbeacon.com.

      Greg Szymanski

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