TOR Radio: Boston Bombing Revisited, Ibragim Todashev’s Killer Revealed

June 2, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #100 | Russ Baker joins us to discuss recent developments in the case of Ibragim Todashev, shot and killed in his Florida home during an interrogation by police and FBI. The FBI agent who pulled the trigger on Todashev has been identified, and we break down it means within the larger questions surrounding the Boston Marathon Bombing.

Demanufacturing Consent: Russ Baker on Boston Bombing – Official Narrative Unraveling

March 17, 2014 in DC on BFP

DC on BFP #32 | Russ Baker joins us to discuss the unraveling of the official narrative of the Boston Marathon Bombing, and the “central and mysterious” character of “Danny,” the alleged carjacking victim. Also, the importance of asking unpopular questions, and fighting the “noise” created by disinformation.

Why Obama Cannot Undo the Surveillance Society—But We Can

June 11, 2013 in News

Russ Baker | President Obama, taking a smart political tack in the uproar following several explosive disclosures on NSA domestic spying practices, said he was all in favor of a vigorous public debate—that it would be a “healthy” thing. But calling for a public debate is one thing; actually doing anything…

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.