Michael Reagan Calls For Those Who Question 9/11 To Be Murdered

June 19, 2008

Listen to Michael Reagan’s comments.

Listen to Mark Dice on Fox News days prior to Reagan’s comments.

Listen to Michael Reagan’s past inflamatory comments.

Talk show host Michael Reagan files copyright infringement claim to prevent audio clip of him calling for the murder of anti-war activist from circulating the Internet

(San Diego, CA) Last week, radio talk show host Michael Reagan called for his listeners to track down and murder anti-war activist, Mark Dice. After Dice downloaded the show’s free podcast and posted the 3 minute and 21 second clip on YouTube, Reagan filed a copyright infringement claim to remove the clip in an attempt to prevent it from circulating.
Friday June 13th Dice received a call from Reagan’s producer demanding the clip be removed, claiming they hold the copyright, and Dice explained that it falls under fair use laws, and the clip is evidence of a crime.

The clip was available at the following URL, until Wednesday June 18th at 3:43pm Pacific Time.  http://www. youtube. com/watch?v=WdJO-kUINMs

Reagan also removed the entire hour of his show from his podcast directory so others can’t download that part of his show and hear his statements.
Hour number two of the June 10th show is now missing from the directory, located at http://www. radioamerica. org/POD_mrp. htm

Audio clips of Reagan’s statements may still be available on other YouTube accounts if someone searches for it. Dice has a copy of the podcast, and will make it available to reporters upon request.

Reagan’s statements were made after he heard that Dice and others were sending letters and DVDs to troops stationed in Iraq which support the idea that U.S. officials allowed the 9/11 attacks to happen on purpose and aided in their execution for political leverage. According to a 2006 Scripts Howard News Service poll, 36% of Americans believe this.

Transcript of Reagan’s statements:

“Excuse me folks, I’m going to say this. We ought to find the people who are doing this, take them out and shoot them. Really. You take them out, they are traitors to this country, and shoot them. You have a problem with that? Deal with it. You shoot them. You call them traitors, that’s what they are, and you shoot them dead. I’ll pay for the bullets.
 
Reagan continued, “How about you take Mark Dice out and put him in the middle of a firing range. Tie him to a post, don’t blindfold him, let it rip and have some fun with Mark Dice.”

The statements were made June 10th and came to Dice’s attention a few days later. Dice immediately filed a report with the FBI, the FCC, and is considering legal action against Reagan.

He is demanding that Reagan be fired immediately. “Calling for the murder of someone because you disagree with their political stance is absolutely unacceptable, un-American, and illegal,” says Dice.

Radio America, which syndicates Reagan’s show, told Dice that no disciplinary action will be taken.

Reagan called Dice and apologized but Dice says, “The Pandora’s box that Reagan has opened can never be closed. The ramifications of his threats and suggestions are enormous and frightening. In an age where a few clicks of a keyboard can result in anyone’s home address being found, his comments open the door for stalking, vandalism, and worse.
 
“What kind of a country have we become when a radio host with millions of listeners can call for the murder of someone, and not lose their job?” Dice asks. “He didn’t say that he hoped I am killed, or that he thought I should be killed, he specifically said I should be found and shot, and that he would pay for the bullets. This is a violation of California’s penal code 422.”
 
Dice’s entire YouTube account, over 60 of his videos have been deleted.
His channel was www. YouTube. com/TheResistance
and had thousands of subscribers and his videos had been viewed over a million times.

Dice is the author of a book titled, The Resistance Manifesto, which details how people involved in secret societies hold tremendous power in American politics. He has been featured in major media outlets around the world for various issues ranging from political activism to boycotts and pop culture criticism.

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Mark Dice
Mark(at)TheResistanceManifesto. com
www. MarkDice. com

Radio America, Reagan’s Syndication Company
703-302-1000
www. RadioAmerica. org

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Ground Zero: 9/11/06

September 14, 2006

For the first time in five years, more people than ever are aware of the inconsistencies in the official 9/11 story. A majority of the police and firefighters in New York now support a new investigation on what happened on 9/11, and I’m sure one of the reasons for this sudden change is that they, and the entire world, have now found out that the EPA/Bush Administration intentionally lied about the toxic air at Ground Zero. Realizing that the Government and a shocking amount of people in positions of power don’t care about or value human life is one of the steps to realizing why 9/11 happened.

Below are some pictures from Ground Zero earlier this week, at least 2,000 people down there were wearing the “Investigate 9/11” shirt. On Monday morning, just over 1,000 of them held a silent march through the area, here are some photos:

More information and photos can be found at LooseChange911.com. The Loose Change guys reported they saw zero fights or loud arguments, and that every single person there behaved responsibly. That didn’t stop the mass media from completely ignoring them in what has been called a media blackout, or from putting weird conspiracy theorists on the news to represent the movement (a common tactic) but at least Popular Mechanics lost the shred of credibility they had during Monday morning’s debate with Loose Change’s Dylan Avery and Jason Bermas.

From LooseChange911.com –

“If anyone reading this website was offended or upset by our appearance, you have both our sincerest apologies and condolences. We stressed that this was to remain a peaceful and silent protest, especially considering it also marked the 100th year anniversary of Gandhi’s pledge to non-violent shows of solidarity, and while we personally witnessed a number of incidents squelched before they could escalate, I’m sure there were problems outside of our control.

So let us apologize again for any ill will or disrespect experienced at the event.

Thanks to Amy Goodman and Democracy Now for a surprisingly well-rounded debate with Popular Mechanics. Thanks to the local affiliates and international news networks (chiefly CBC) that broadcast live footage of the rally.

Shame on Glenn Beck for switching our appearance with James Meigs and focusing on some of the poorest arguments of the 9/11 movement. And shame on the mainstream media in general for participating in what can only be described as a media blackout. Those that did mention it marginalized it dramatically.

We are not conspiracy theorists by any stretch.

We are a growing body of concerned Americans who have both investigated the events and experienced them first-hand, and we are absolutely convinced that our government is hiding the truth from us, whatever the truth may be.”

For an audio report from Alex Jones right at Ground Zero on 9/11 where he talks about the number of people and the police/firefighters reactions, click here. (6 minutes long, 1.3mb)


Loose Change / Popular Mechanics Debate (updated with Video)

September 12, 2006

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On Democracy Now, a nationally syndicated and independent news program broadcast on over 450 channels in North America, the first ever debate between Loose Change and their most vocal debunkers took place Monday morning. Dylan Avery, writer and director for Loose Change, and Jason Bermas, who did research for the movie, debated David Dunbar and James Meigs, two Popular Mechanics editors who are now profiting off a book they have published supposedly debunking 9/11 myths that “can’t stand up to the facts”.

I don’t want to go piece by piece through what was said, since you can listen to it for yourself here (debate begins at the 17 minute mark), but I do want to say a couple things after listening to it.

Update: Click here to watch the video.

First off, the Popular Mechanics guys were very disrespectful in their manner. Not only would they pick at things like the music used in the movie or calling Dylan and Jason by their first names, but they compared the 9/11 Truth movement to Holocaust deniers, among other things. That is probably one of the most offensive things they could have said, and it shows they can’t debate the facts when they have to resort to off-topic cheap shots.

Dylan and Jason on the other hand called David and James, Mr. Dunbar and Mr. Meigs (not a big deal, but still goes to show you who is acting more mature in the situation). They also laid out hard-hitting facts presented in Loose Change and asked David or James to “debunk” them, David and James either completely ignored what was said, or made sweeping generalizations like:

JAMES MEIGS: You know, this is a wonderful example of how conspiracy theories work. Any time there’s a little bit of doubt, a little bit of area where we don’t know everything, then the answer immediately is, well, someone must have blown it up. It’s a form of argumentation that’s also used by creationists. If they can find one little gap in the evolutionary record, they say evolution’s a hoax. Or Holocaust deniers —

DYLAN AVERY: Mr. Meigs, with all do respect, these are two completely different things. J

AMES MEIGS: Holocaust denial works with very similar —

DYLAN AVERY: Oh, my God!

and James Meigs even went on to say,

“Yeah. We didn’t fact check every detail of Loose Change, but what we did do was look at the broad cross-section of conspiracy theories.”

 

Several editors of Popular Mechanics took part in the hit pieces on Loose Change, one of them being the cousin of the Secretary of Homeland Security, Micheal Chertoff. That fact was denied several times until it was a widely-known fact and was confirmed by calling the Chertoff home, and now their defense is, “It doesn’t matter.” If it didn’t matter, why lie about it to begin with? Either way, these editors get together and completely pick-and-choose what aspects of Loose Change and the Truth movement to “debunk”.

They can’t explain any of the hard-hitting facts shown in Loose Change, and that was proven in yesterday’s debate. It’s good to see Popular Mechanic’s credibility taken away finally, now it’s time to focus energy on something else other than an historically biased publisher.

One other things I would like to mention is that in the debate, David Dunbar I believe it was, says repeatedly, “This is not a movie Dylan” after he was done stating his opinion. He was insinuating each time that Loose Change was being disrespectful to those who lost their lives. Now let’s look at what is going on here, Loose Change cost Dylan, James, and others money to produce, they’ve spent $10,000+ that I’ve heard of, and they are giving out the movie for free, and always have. Popular Mechanics has sold magazines with the cover story of debunking 9/11 myths, and now is selling a $15 book about it.

Who is capitalizing off the lives of the people who died? The people who want a new investigation on what happened due to all the unanswered questions, or those who are cashing in on their deaths? Once again, you can download and listen to the debate here, it begins 17 minutes in, there’s also a transcript of the debate here.  You can watch a video of the full debate here.


CBS Report on Ground Zero Toxic Air

September 11, 2006

In her first report for 60 Minutes, Katie Couric examined the health effects and fallout from the toxic dust inhaled by first responders at Ground Zero. She reported that nearly 25% of the FDNY are suffering from respiratory problems that can be directly linked to Ground Zero and that the Bush administration officials changed the EPA press releases to sound more “reassuring”. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani declined to be interviewed for the report. For a video of the report showing all this, click here.


Agents scrutinize all in name of surveillance

September 11, 2006

LA Times: The government dramatically increased its monitoring of U.S. citizens after Sept. 11, in ways that even some Bush allies now question.

A great article discussing the liberties that have been taken since 9/11.