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Who Was “Running” The Turkish Assassin?

December 26, 2016
Who Was “Running” The Turkish Assassin?

Last weeks assassination of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey appears to be part of an ongoing program to prevent the likely alliance between Russia and the Turkish state. Boldly carried out at a public art gallery, the murder was actually filmed and the gunman was able to make statements about Russian involvement in Aleppo. Amazingly, the […]

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The Linkage Between Iran-Contra, The Boston Marathon Bombing And The Turkish Coup Attempt

August 21, 2016
The Linkage Between Iran-Contra, The Boston Marathon Bombing And The Turkish Coup Attempt

The direct linkage between Iran-Contra, The Boston Marathon bombing and the recent failed Turkish coup is CIA officer Graham Fuller By John Titus Once again proving that CIA officers never actually retire, Graham Fuller has been caught with his hands all over the recent coup attempt in Turkey. The July 15th attempt from within the […]

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Boston Bomber Tsarnaev Was Under Investigation Despite FBI Denial

May 29, 2016
Boston Bomber Tsarnaev Was Under Investigation Despite FBI Denial

Investigators at the “Who, What, Why” website (via Global Research article here) have found documents that suggest Tamerlan Tsarnaev was indeed under a terrorist investigation at the time of the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, 2013. The FBI has previously denied this fact. The document is pictured above and although some information is redacted, […]

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Why Radical Republicans Are Courting Radical Islam

June 14, 2013
Why Radical Republicans Are Courting Radical Islam

Let’s all take another trip down the covert rabbit-hole, shall we? As has been reported, the Uncle of the Tsarnaev brothers accused of the Boston Marathon Bombings was married to the daughter of high ranking CIA officer Graham Fuller. Buried deep within an article about the Tsarneav family and Fuller is one of the best […]

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