Tuesday, February 14, 2006

[911InsideJobbers] Cheney's Quailgate vs. Funeralgate

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> Von: "Nico Haupt" <nicohaupt@gmx.li>
> An: 911InsideJobbers@yahoogroups.com
> Betreff: [911InsideJobbers] approve craig hill
> Datum: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 23:03:45 +0100 (MET)

sorry, this was supposed to be private to moderators, but i'm sure,
Craig is not mad at me, posting this  :)

>>>Approve Craig Hill, moderated.
I think, he will just become a silent observer.

After all i still like him, because he was the first "politician",
who promoted the controlled demolition, including on local vermont tv,
confronting Sen. Leahy. Still alltime props for this.<<<

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i think, this might be a good story for totalinfo :)

...this scandal will possibly re-exploited by some leftgatekeepers soon,
therefore i'm sending a small offtopic alert for in a while.
Right now if anyone finds something interesting, please post....

White House under fire in Cheney shooting accident
Mon Feb

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush knew hours after Vice
President Dick Cheney accidentally shot a fellow quail hunter but the White
House came under fire on Monday for not making the information public until
the next day...

...The accident was not reported publicly by the vice president's office
until Sunday afternoon and then only after an account provided by the
ranch's owner appeared on the Web site of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times --
the local newspaper.

In a testy exchange with reporters on Monday, White House spokesman Scott
McClellan was bombarded with questions about the propriety of a private
citizen making public a shooting incident involving the vice president and
whether Cheney had followed White House protocol...

Ex-funeral agency chief settles suit

"... Ms. May contended in her lawsuit that she was fired in 1999 as
executive director of the Texas Funeral Service Commission after SCI
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert Waltrip met with Joe Allbaugh, a
top aide to Mr. Bush while he was governor, to complain about the agency's
investigation of the company's homes....

...Harry Whittington of Austin, who was named presiding officer of the
Funeral Service Commission after a major shakeup of agency in 1999, said his
board reluctantly agreed to pay $50,000 as part of the settlement to end the
2-year-old case.

It was unclear which state agency or agencies put up the other $105,000..."

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