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TV Execs Meet Homeland Security

to Discuss Coverage Of Next Terror Attack On US

Portland Indy Media, 22 January 2004
www.globalresearch.ca   24 January 2004

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A summit meeting of TV anchormen and their bosses with Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge to discuss how they'll cover the next terrorist attack on America. ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, & Fox reps present. Steven Brill had a summit meeting of TV anchormen and their bosses over dinner at his Fifth Avenue apartment on Tuesday night with Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge to discuss how they'll cover the next terrorist attack.

Brill, whose book "After" detailed the response to 911, spearheads the America Prepared Campaign to educate the public. Joining Brill, his wife Cynthia and two of their three kids for dinner were Fox News Channel boss Roger Ailes, ABC News prexie David Westin, CBS News chief Andrew Heyward, CNN anchor Aaron Brown, plus Peter Jennings and Tom Brokaw. Combined with Cheney's speech that the "next attack will be worse, tens or hundreds of thousands of casualties" and Tommy Franks "next attack = martial law" and the draft bill in congress (mandatory service for all men and women 18-26) and the 40,000 troops already serving against their will and neo-con obvious dreams of global conquest...America ain't looking so good right now. What are we gonna do about it?

Can we afford to wait for the election this fall? what about William Safire's prediction of an October surprise attack? I think we'd better think pre-emptively and stop these guys before the next attack hits. Spread the message far and wide - martial law is not acceptable....and Bush and company will be the major benefactors of another attack.



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