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September Issue of Rock Creek Free Press on Newsstands Now

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The September Issue of the Rock Creek Free Press is on news stands now.

The 9/11 Seventh Anniversary Issue is packed with 9/11 related stories, but
before I get to those… the big story this month is the anthrax (non-)investigation.
The headline story, FBI Sweeps Anthrax Under the Rug, is a
great piece of reporting from Shelia Casey and Barry Kissin that explains why
Ivins could not have been the one behind the anthrax mailings and how it was
all related to the same fear campaign as the 9/11 attacks. Barbara Honegger
has more on the anthrax case that didn’t make this issue, look for her anthrax
story in the October issue.

Now for the 9/11 related stories in the September issue:

9/11 Seven Years Later: Are We Any Closer to The Truth? by
Lydia Riley
White House Ordered CIA to Fabricate Evidence by Matt Sullivan
9/11 and the Precautionary Principle by George Nelson (USAF
Ret.)
Where Was NORAD on 9/11? by Dean M. Jackson
Crimes Suggest Complicity by Sherwood Ross
High Ranking al Qaeda Leader Never Existed by Kathleen Parker
The Top 40 Reasons to Doubt the Official Story of September 11
from 911truth.org
What the Iraq Forgery Says About 9/11 by George Washington

And many other stories including articles about the Russia-Georgia conflict
by both Webster Tarpley and Paul Craig Roberts. We also have another story in
our series about the OKC bombing by Wendy Painting.

The September issue is available on-line as a PDF at RockCreekFreePress.com.

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