Cheney ‘Ran Executive Assassination Ring’ Says Reporter

March 15, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – Seymour Hersh has shocked many with a recent proclamation to University of Minnesota students that spoke about Cheney running a secret assassination ring. Even more shocking is that John Dean, former aide to President Nixon, is backing him up.

Hersh is a veteran reporter, and well respected in his field, so it is unlikely that he is just making up fantastic stories to create press. After all, he is the press, and he has been known for making shocking, yet accurate claims in the past.

But this claim, that Cheney was actually running an executive assassination ring right under the nose of White House officials, as well as organizations such as the CIA, is a rather bold claim.

“It’s potentially a war crime. It’s potentially just outright murder and it’s clearly in violation of the Ford Executive Order,” John Dean said.

It is hoped that these claims may finally be enough to launch a full investigation into the many allegations against the Bush administration, as has been called for by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), but has so far not garnered much support.

Once thing is for sure, is Cheney was using White House staff to impose political assassinations, he should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.


Comments

One Response to “Cheney ‘Ran Executive Assassination Ring’ Says Reporter”

  1. ginny on March 15th, 2009 6:02 pm

    if this accusation is true about cheney’s assassination ring
    it should be an investigation at the highest level…
    if we can take a President to the cleaners for adultery;

    for heavens sake lets try to take Bush, Cheney and whomever else was
    involved about this assassination ring plus War Crimes.

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