- Published on Friday, 16 August 2013 15:30
(The Terrorism Act 2000, Part III, Section 15, Article 3)
Earlier this year, film-maker and 9/11 Truth activist Tony Rooke was summonsed to court for not paying his TV licence. In his defence, he appealed to the Terrorism Act 2000, arguing that much of the BBC's coverage of 9/11 (and 7/7 - the London Bombings) had been so disingenuous as to serve as a cover-up for the real criminals in each case, and that to have paid his licence fee to the BBC would have been to have committed a much more serious offence under the Act. To discuss the court case, and to share with us the motivation behind his film-making, we are joined by Tony Rooke, who also explains how his Christian faith inspires and sustains his activism.
[9/11, 7/7, London Bombings, Twin Towers, Building 7, BBC, Jane Standley, Philip Hayton, Richard Porter, Operation Northwoods, Operation Gladio, Henry Kissinger, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Hani Hanjour, Craig Bartmer, depleted uranium, Iraq, The 9/11 Commission Report, NIST, David Chandler, Kevin Ryan, Niels Harrit, Tony Farrell, David Shayler, Adrian Connock, controlled demolition, nanothermite]
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