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Sirius radio today 4pm Nicholas Levis – 5pm Cynthia McKinney

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February 21, 2007

Cynthia McKinney and COPA follow at 5pm with live panel on Malcolm X

Comedian Pete Dominick launches his show on the new Sirius “Indie Talk Channel 110″ this afternoon. September 11th researcher Nicholas Levis is scheduled as guest for an hour starting at 4 pm. Levis is a co-founder and sometime contributor to 911Truth.org, and chief writer of the 2004 “Spitzer Complaint” at Justicefor911.org. The show will be available to 8.3 million Sirius Radio Network subscribers. Anyone can sign up for a free three-day subscription at sirius.com/siriusinternetradio

Starting at 5pm, host Mark Matsimila Thompson broadcasts on the “Sirius Left” channel with a special live program from the site of Malcolm X’s assassination on Feb. 21, 1965 at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York City. The discussion is to be held by the Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz Memorial and Education Center and the Coalition on Political Assassinations. Speakers include former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney and John Judge of COPA. See COPA’s site at http://www.politicalassassinations.com/Conferences.html and the Sirius “Political Talk” page at sirius.com/politicaltalk

The Pete Dominick show will take calls and should be repeated later in the day (watch this space). Levis says that the host gives a fair, open minded impression but cautions, “Who knows what to expect?” The Indie Talk channel’s announced mission is to “give an equal voice to individuals from any affiliation or background.” (Any?!) Will people have to pay for radio willing to broadcast 9/11 skeptics? “Stay tuned!”