Friday, June 08, 2007

Reporter Arrested on Orders of Giuliani Press Secretary

What kind of America will it be if Rudy becomes President? This might provide a clue.

An alternate media reporter, credentialed and with the right to be there, was arrested because Rudy's people did not like the questions being asked about 9/11. Using WIFI his video and audio feed was carried live during his arrest. The police refused to respond to statements from the debate organizers that the reporter had official credentials to be there and later indicated they were looking into charges of espionage because of the live feed. The questions Rudy did not want aired related to his TV appearance on 9/11 where he indicated that building 7 was going to collapse before it happened.
Since when do campaign operatives have the power to order state police to arrest someone on false charges or arbitrate who has the right to conduct journalism, a right guarded by the Constitution?

Scoop - NZ

RADAR reports that the reporter is going to pursue a criminal indictment.

Jones Report: Freedom to Fascism reporter Samuel Ettaro was also dragged out after asking a question on Giuliani's ties with Cintra and Macquerie, two foreign contractors involved with the contentious Trans-Texas Corridor under development in Texas.

The reporter was questioning Republican strategist and pollster Ed Goeas of The Tarrance Group, also gives analysis to the drug industry, who has been hired by the Rudy Giuliani campaign.

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