New York Times Warning: Trust Authorities on Boston Bombing, or You’re Nuts

May 31, 2013 in News

Russ Baker | A huge story can set off alarm bells everywhere, but somehow, with ever increasing frequency, we note the silence of the mainstream media. Having avoided doing its job, it then protects its flank by denigrating those who call for inquiries.

James Corbett: Who is Graham Fuller?

May 8, 2013 in News

James Corbett | In the days of hysteria immediately following the Boston bombing, an unlikely media darling emerged. Ruslan Tsarni, the alleged bombers’ uncle, known to the press as “Uncle Ruslan,” gained notoriety for the ferocity with which he denounced his own…

The Boston Bombing “Conspiracies” with Tom Secker

May 8, 2013 in TOR Blog, TOR TV

Traces of Reality | A conversation with Tom Secker on the many different angles and competing narratives of the Boston Marathon Bombing. Through a critical examination of all the information available at the present time, with special attention paid to the potential Tsarnaev…

Boston Bombing “Conspirators” Found, Ignore Uncle Ruslan-Graham Fuller-CIA Connections

May 1, 2013 in TOR Blog

Guillermo Jimenez | Boston Bombing investigators issue formal complaint against 3 young men, Dias Kadyrbayev, Azamat Tazhayakov and Robel Phillipo, all friends of Dzhokar, and allegedly “co-conspirators.” Mainstream press ignores, dismisses Uncle Ruslan, Graham Fuller, CIA leads

Lighting the Fuse: What Do We Know About the Tsarnaev Brothers?

April 27, 2013 in TOR Blog

Danny Benavides | A comprehensive review of key events relating to Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev that preceded the horrific bombing of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.

Pair of Houston Cops Busted for Taking $2,000 Bribe To Escort Cocaine Shipment

January 31, 2013 in News

Dane Schiller House Chronicle’s Narco Confidential Blog January 31, 2013   The arrest earlier this week of two Houston police officers charged with taking a measly $1,000 a piece to [...]

Panama Unit Conspirators Plead Not Guilty to Charges of Cocaine Trafficking

January 20, 2013 in News

The Monitor | Three former cops accused of protecting drug loads pleaded not guilty Thursday morning in federal court after the fourth former lawman charged in the case also pleaded not guilty Monday.

Ex-DHS Special Agent Indicted for Falsifying Investigation Records Concerning Drug Smuggling, Human Trafficking

January 17, 2013 in News

Traces of Reality | Wayne Elgin Ball, a former Department of Homeland Security special agent working for the Office of the Inspector General, was indicted Monday with conspiracy to falsify records and obstructing justice in an agency investigation against a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer.