The Anthrax Attacks, From the Memory Hole

January 22nd, 2011

(MediaRoots.org) – Abby and Robbie break apart the official government narrative of the Anthrax attacks by discussing foreknowledge, government complicity, and gross inconsistencies regarding every aspect of the events on the newest edition of Media Roots Radio.

Media Roots Radio- The Anthrax Attacks, From The Memory Hole by Media Roots

This is a very special follow up episode of Media Roots Radio about the events of 9/11 & the subsequent Anthrax attacks. In this edition, Abby and Robbie Martin continue the discussion from the previous 9/11 episode by breaking apart the official government and corporate media narrative of the Anthrax attacks and government investigation by discussing the foreknowledge, government complicity, and gross inconsistencies regarding every aspect of the events.

Please listen to Part 1 of this discussion on 9/11: the foreknowledge and complicity of the US government.

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This radio show airs on shortwave radio Sundays at 6pm central time, following the Alex Jones show. The frequency is 9.350 MHz.

Listen to previous week’s episode about the TSA, Israel, Palestine, and features an exclusive interview with aid flotilla survivor Dr. Paul Larudee, or another broadcast about Pyschedelic Drugs, the CIA, LSD, DMT, the DEA, Lucid Dreaming and Consiousness.

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