The US Terrorism Plot That the Media Ignores
Russ Kick
The US Terrorism Plot That the Media Ignores
Thu Dec 4 13:05:45 2003

The Memory Hole
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04 Dec 2003

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*** The US Terrorism Plot That the Media Ignores
Feds arrest white supremacists in Texas with a sodium cyanide bomb, other bombs and chemicals, illegal weapons, hate literature, fake I.D., gas masks, bomb-making books, and coded plans for "meetings" in 10 US cities. Hundreds of subpoenas have been issued around the country. But they weren't Muslims, so only the Texas media reported it

Also, over 30 new stories have been added to the Newswire on the front page, including:

9/11 widow's lawsuit against Bush et al

Scrutinizing "supersealed" cases

Oil-gas giant faces landmark trial over slavery in Myanmar

Parents seek release of Columbine report

People the law forgot (a major article on Gitmo)

Pentagon allows terrorist suspect access to lawyer

Israel court lifts secrecy of Facility 1391

FBI says disclosure of Anthrax probe details could aid terrorists

CIA admits lack of specifics on Iraqi weapons before invasion

Combat leader gives much different account of Massara "ambush"

internal military report: Army commanders felt Iraq ammo was short

What’s in Howard Dean’s secret Vermont files?

Court finds Rwanda media executives guilty of genocide

According to an article by national security expert Joseph D. Douglass, Jr., with the title "Influencing Behavior and Mental Processes in Covert Operations," Russia has freely used mind control drugs against Western targets in the past. Douglass says that the one-time Chief of Staff to the Czech Minister of Defense, defector Jan Sejna, "knew of over a dozen families of mind control drugs that were actually being used against diplomats, banking and business executives, religious leaders, politicians, political leaders, military units, academicians, and even Presidents and Prime Ministers."

Sejna said that mind-altering drugs were used against the clergy in communist Czechoslovakia during the 1960s. "After two years," noted Sejna, "there were no more reactionary clerics in Czechoslovakia." By inducing suicide, insanity or collaboration (i.e., with "friendship drugs") the anti-communist clergy ceased to make trouble for the regime. In this context, Douglass wrote of "pills used to drive the target insane," and that is exactly the sort of treatment the Russians might reserve for a cornered U.S. spy with vital information about Kremlin involvement in Sept. 11.

Where does that leave us with regard to the Vreeland case?

It leaves us in the "wilderness of mirrors." In this wilderness, facts can be spun in a variety of ways. My research indicates that America's enemies are plotting her downfall, and they are quite capable and serious in their endeavor. Whatever the truth about Delmart Edward Vreeland, his story suggests that a great game is being played in secret and he is the victim of this game.

2002 Jeffrey R. Nyquist April 1, 2002



From Mike Ruppert

Jeff -

Just to let you know that I spoke to Vreeland today. He's angry that Nyquist never identified himself as a journalist during their talk. Vreeland also denied making the statements Nyquist attributed to him. I'll have a REAL Vreeland story out tomorrow and you can post that alongside Nyquist's garbage. Vreeland told me today that Nyquist has violated the National Security Act of 1947 and that he is contemplating legal action against him.

BTW, Nyquist is flat wrong about Vreeland's US legal representation. He has none. And I have had no role of any kind in how Vreeland has obtained his only lawyers, who are in Canada. He had them before I met him.

Yeah, I went to Russia. Bought my own plane ticket. Paid for my hotel room. Covered an economic conference attended by people from about eight countries and spoke for about ten minutes: as did almost everyone else there. And yes, I must admit that while in Moscow I did meet some Russians. That happens to be where they live. I don't know that I was a close confidant of Putin or any leaders. The only one I shook hands with was Zhirinovsky to whom I was introduced at a break.

I'm going to Australia in May. Maybe I'm an Australian spy, too! I was just in Canada and appeared on TV with Canada's former Solicitor General and the MP who has oversight responsibility for Canadian Intelligence. Maybe I'm a Canadian spy as well!



Original at Rense

The man who knew too much about 9-11
By Jim Moore

On August 11, exactly one month before the World Trade Center attack, a US Navy sailor sitting in a Canadian jail handed his jailers a sealed envelope. Inside that envelope was a list of targets – including the Pentagon and the World Trade Center – and the cryptic notation: “Let one happen – stop the rest!!!” The envelope was opened September 14, setting off alarms throughout the US and Canada, and is now an official court document in a very strange trial.

Other named targets include: The White House, Sears Tower in Chicago, World Bank, Canadian Parliament in Ottawa and the Royal Bank in Toronto – and the notation “They will paint me crazy and call me a liar.” The handwritten notes contain several other items, the nature of which is unknown.

He had tried repeatedly to tell his jailers the World Trade Center would soon be destroyed, but they wouldn’t listen, he said, forcing him to resort to putting the warning in writing inside a sealed envelope, placed in the jailer’s custody.

Delmart “Mike” Vreeland has been sitting in a Canadian jail since December 6, 2000 on “credit card fraud” charges stemming from the use of his own credit card. No other information on these particular charges, filed in Michigan, are available “because it is an ongoing criminal matter.” He is fighting extradition to Michigan because he says he will be killed for his advance knowledge of the World Trade Center attack. Two Canadian prosecutors, Rocco Galati and Paul Slansky, agree and have agreed to argue his case in a Toronto courtroom in an attempt to get him into a Canadian witness protection program.

But who is Mike Vreeland and why is he important? He claims to be a US Naval lieutenant assigned to the Office of Naval Intelligence, and recently assigned to travel to Moscow to review and retrieve highly technical and classified documents pertaining to Russian and Chinese efforts to counter the US “Star Wars” system.

Other sources claim Vreeland’s Moscow intelligence assignment was more likely related to drug smuggling, given his background as an informant against organized crime, and the ONI’s history of organized crime alliances going back to “Lucky Luciano and Vito Genovese in WW II. Vreeland won’t discuss specifics and, according to Galati, “We don’t need to know and we don’t want to know the secret details. They’re not necessary for us to do the job of keeping our client alive and in Canada. He faces a special danger in the US because he has also been an informant against an organized crime family in Michigan where the criminal charges originate. The most he is facing there is two years, but we believe he might not live for two days in that system.”

Both attorneys say they themselves have received death threats, harassment and vandalism since taking the case, reporting their car windows have been smashed out and dead cats hung on their porches in the night.

The US government, through the Crown Solicitors in Toronto, claim Vreeland’s whole story is “nonsense.” Vreeland was never more than a loser who couldn’t even make it in the Navy more than a few months. He was discharged shortly after he enlisted in 1986 and never had anything to do with Naval intelligence. To “prove” it, they produced a 1,200 page personnel file.

“How is it,” Galati asks, “that the Navy says he was only in the service a few months and then sends us a 1200-page personnel file? Some of the entries were obvious forgeries or alterations and the sanitizing of his records was done so hurriedly that some dates of medical exams in the 1990s were left intact.”

In a dramatic Perry Mason-type ploy on January 10, 2002, attorney Slansky obtained the court‘s permission to call the Pentagon from open court, as everyone listened on a speakerphone. In front of six witnesses in the courtroom, Slansky dialed directory assistance and got a number for the Pentagon switchboard. Calling that number, he asked the Department of Defense operator to locate the office of Lt. Delmart Vreeland. Just moments later, the operator confirmed Vreeland’s posting, his rank as Lieutenant O-3, his room number and provided his direct-dial number.

The judge and prosecutors were stunned into momentary silence. Then, the prosecution after some hesitation, resumed its case as Vreeland sat shackled in the corner, closely flanked by two guards.

“Why,” asked the Crown Solicitor, “would the US choose, in a case involving some of the most highly technical intelligence, a random seaman with training in the tool and die field?” He then argued that Vreeland, who had been in jail without access to a computer since December 6, 200, had somehow cracked the Pentagon’s personnel records and inserted his name, an office number, and telephone extension into the Pentagon database, thus “setting up” the results of the dramatic in-court phone call.

The Crown Solicitor then argued that Vreeland, who had certain papers in his possession at the time of his arrest, had memorized Russian and Albanian documents and translated them from memory, thus coming up with the mysterious contents of the sealed envelope. Vreeland does not speak Russian or Albanian, the court noted, and asked the Crown Solicitor to restate his point. Her then argued that Vreeland had an unnamed colleague go to an unspecified web site, print Russian and Albanian documents for him, then use foreign language dictionaries to translate them.

The existence of Russian and Albanian documents raises a particular red flag in this case because of the close ties of both US-NATO intelligence and Osama bin Laden to the Albanian-based Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA).

Vreeland’s extradition could take years, if he lives that long. His apparent strategy seems to be similar to a standard approach taken in dozens of similar cases involving allegations of covert operations – to not reveal any classified information to his lawyers or the press, in the hope that that silence will provide him with some support from the clandestine services.

Michael C. Ruppert, a former Los Angeles police officer following the case, writes:

Mike Vreeland is one man who, in a rational world, could totally expose the complicity of the US government in the attacks of September 11th. No one has disputed what he wrote and stuffed into that envelope. In a rational world, that would be themost pressing and public inquiry of all. The two questions remaining are whether Vreeland will live and whether or not he will ever tell what he knows. That may be a mutually exclusive proposition.” (Michael C. Ruppert and From The Wilderness Publications –, Jan. 28, 2002)

Toronto Superior Court on March 15 released Vreeland and dropped all credit card charges after American Express confirmed there were no unauthorized charges on Vreeland’s card. Vreeland is now in hiding in a “safe house” as he seeks political asylum.

Meanwhile, US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (D-Ga.) has called for a full investigation into events before, during and after the World Trade Center bombing, adding that “persons close to this administration are poised to make huge profits off America’s new war.”

“We know there were numerous warnings of the events to come on Sept. 11th … What did this administration know and when did it know it, about the events of September 11th? Who else knew, and why did they not warn the innocent people of New York who were needlessly murdered? What do they have to hide?” she said in a recent radio interview.

Bush spokesman Scott McLellan dismissed her comments, saying “The American people know the facts, and they dismiss such ludicrous, baseless views. The fact that she questions the president’s legitimacy shows a partisan mind-set beyond all reason.”

Chris Ullman, spokesman for the Carlyle Group, a secretive but huge defense contractor, asked, “Did she say these things while standing on a grassy knoll in Roswell, New Mexico?” George Bush, Sr. works for the Carlyle Group and has heavy investments in its Middle East and Caspian Sea oil projects.

Other Congressmen have quietly raised their own questions, but not publicly. “I’ve heard a number of people say it,” said Rep.. Melvin Watt (D-NC). A Republican colleague and friend of McKinney’s, Jack Kingston (R-Ga.), said, “She’s not as random as people think.”


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