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RE: 'Richard Jewell': If you don't like the FBI, see this . . .

Typical. All you just did was deny then accuse with no facts of your own. My anthrax letters statement was full of half truths? How so? But on to more important things.

The Senate Intelligence guy's name was James Wolfe and the young female reporter who traded sex for intelligence is named Ali Watkins. He got fired and had to plead guilty to a reduced charge and she got promoted. Link below. Maybe a guilty plea and a conviction and a court record are hard enough facts for you? Maybe you could use your journalistic powers to verify it since it's a court record. Now I couldn't find this story using Google either. They have done a fine job breaking their search engine so they can suppress stories that don't follow the official narrative. You should write them a thank you letter.

In his movie "Sully" Eastwood made the FAA officials a little bit worse than they really were. His explanation was that every movie has to have a bad guy.

Now your friend Kathy Scruggs is being made the bad guy. It helps when they are dead and can't sue. You seem to be under the impression that only journalists are allowed to lie about people, and libel them, and besmirch their character. It seems Hollywood can do the same thing, because they have an outlet to the American people to do so. How does it feel now that the show is on the other foot? Don't like it vert much do you? Doesn't seem fair does it?

Big speakers and little amps blew my mind!

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