Show Details for May 13th, 2007

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This week’s Guests:

— Journalist GREG PALAST and CorpWatch Managing Editor PRATAP CHATERJEE

Journalist GREG PALAST

BBC reporter and author Greg Palast returns as our guest tonight. Monitor co-hosts Mark Bebawi and Pokey Anderson speak with him about the expanded paperback edition of his book, Armed Madhouse, released recently. The book has been called “at once scary, infuriating, fascinating and frustrating,” Palast himself has been dubbed “a fire-breathing investigative reporter.”

Armed Madhouse contains a new chapter discussing plans to steal the 2008 election. Palast is now working with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on election issues.

Armed Madhouse: From Baghdad to New Orleans — Sordid Secrets and Strange Tales of a White House Gone Wild

“RFK: Rove And Rove’s Brain, ‘Should Be In Jail,’ Not In Office”
May 7, 2007

QUOTE from above article:

“Voting rights attorney Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has called for prison time for the new US Attorney for Arkansas, Timothy Griffin and investigation of Griffin’s former boss, Karl Rove, chief political advisor to President Bush.

Timothy Griffin,” said Kennedy,”who is the new US attorney in Arkansas, was actually the mastermind behind the voter fraud efforts by the Bush Administration to disenfranchise over a million voters through ‘caging’ techniques – which are illegal.”

Kennedy based his demand on the revelations by BBC reporter Greg Palast in the new edition of his book, “Armed Madhouse.”

Journalist Pratap Chatterjee and Jeff Grubler


Pratap Chatterjee is the Managing Editor of CorpWatch and the author of ‘Iraq Inc.’


Visit The Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane for details and examples of Jeff’s work


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