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Live coverage of Conyers’ hearing 7/25 10amEastern

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Coming Up Friday, July 25th at: 6am Pacific – 9am Eastern – 13:00 GMT
Repeated Saturday, July 26th at 9am Pacific – 12 Noon Eastern – 16:00 GMT
Impeachment Could Be Our Last Chance for 9/11 Truth, Stopping the Iran War and
Martial Law!!
Listen to the Hearing! Then Act!

Read Rep. Kucinich’s Articles of Impeachment. Call the Judiciary Committee
and your Representative and Demand Impeachment Hearings Now. Be sure to mention
Article 17 (illegal detention), Article 18 (Torture), Article 19 (Rendition)
and Articles 33-35 regarding 9/11 Truth. Call 6 friends to do this also and
ask them to call 6 friends…and this will go viral!!! If Conyers censors the
hearing, ask for his resignation!

SPECIAL LIVE COVERAGE:
No Lies Radio will carry live the Pacifica Radio network (KPFA) broadcast of
the House Judiciary Committee hearing on the Imperial Presidency and possible
legal responses entitled “Executive Power and Its Constitutional Limitations”.

DESCRIPTION:
For the last several years, many progressives – including a handful of Congress
members – have called for the impeachment of President George W. Bush. But they
have been stymied by six years of Republican majority followed by a Democratic
leadership that took impeachment “off the table.” That may be changing.
This Friday, the House Judiciary Committee will take the first step to investigate
what Rep. John Conyers calls “numerous credible allegations of serious
misconduct.” While the panel of witnesses is somewhat fluid until the hearing
actually begins, the current roster of speakers includes: — Several Congress
members: Dennis Kucinich, Jane Harman, Walter Jones, Brad Miller, and Maurice
Hinchey — Several non-Congress Members: Elizabeth Holtzman, Bruce Fein, Frederick
Schwartz, John Dean, Bob Barr, Rocky Anderson, Vincent Bugliosi, Elliott Adams.
Anchored by KPFA’s Larry Bensky & Aimee Allison and produced by Max Pringle.

NEWS FLASH:

Dennis Kucinich spoke exclusively to an internet radio show yesterday concerning
his effort to bring articles of impeachment against the president and the vice
president. Meanwhile, staffers of the chairman of the Judiciary Committee
have reportedly told witnesses that Kucinich’s informal impeachment hearing
this Friday may be under threat of dismissal before it is even underway. The
Congressman urged listeners to engage in discussions on the issue of impeachment
and demand media coverage of the hearing to help increase awareness and protect
the country from tyranny.
“The best defense of a country is an
informed citizenry, so people should read the articles, and if there is anything
I missed in the 35 articles then I’d be happy to hear from people.” Kucinich
told listeners.This Friday Congressman Kucinich will present the articles to
the judiciary committee and talk about why he believes they should move to a
formal hearing, and take testimony under oath of both the George W. Bush and
Dick Cheney. “I think it’s really important for the American people to
know once and for all if in fact there were deliberate lies told that took this
country into war.” Kucinich commented. “I’m going to be putting on
the table, something which everyone said was off the table, articles of impeachment.”
However, in the hours after Kucinich’s comments, news began to circulate that
chairman of the Judiciary Committee John Conyers is now taking the position
that no one at the hearing can accuse Bush or Cheney of any crime, any impeachable
offense, dishonorable conduct, or even lying. Conyers’ staffers have reportedly
told various witnesses that according to Congressional rules he would be forced
to shut down the hearing if any such accusations are made. David Swanson of
the activist website afterdowningstreet.org has more: ‘Apparently the rules
of Congress are designed to allow impeachable offenses to be discussed only
in impeachment hearings. Apparently this didn’t occur to Chairman Conyers when
he decided to hold a non-impeachment impeachment hearing. As a result, his hearing
may be quickly shut down, and he will have a choice of holding a real impeachment
hearing, resigning, or dropping the pretense that he intends to resist Cheney
and Bush in any way whatsoever.’ It is still unclear whether or not these rules
will apply to Dennis Kucinich in addition to all other witnesses during the
session. In this sense the hearing may be rigged to be shut down before it has
even begun.