Apr 18, 2012
By Richard Syrett
11PM THE OKLAHOMA BOMBING ANNIVERSARY
Richard speaks with the writer and producer of a documentary about the Oklahoma City Bombing seventeen years ago this month. A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995 is a new movie produced by Oklahoma City based, Free Mind Films is truly an unnerving reality check into the world of what the filmmakers say is the true story of what actually happened when the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was allegedly destroyed by a truck bomb at 9:02 a.m. on April 19, 1995. The film features interviews with first hand witnesses, survivors, first responders, police officers and victims’ family members. Brigadier General Benton K. Partin, former head of Air Force weapons development whose analysis of the bombing damage at the Alfred P. Murrah building sharply refutes the official hypothesis.
GUEST: Holland Vandennieuwenhof is a native of Oklahoma and formerly served in the US Marine Corps as a rifle squad leader. His broadcasting career started in 2007 as a co-host on Radio Free Oklahoma, and later as co-host on Free Mind Report. Holland is also the writer and producer for A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995, the first full-length documentary examining the Oklahoma City bombing in the light of new and suppressed evidence that proves the official story to be a myth.
Richard speaks with one of America’s most popular television meteorologists about what he calls the ‘red roots of the green movement.’ In his new book Eco-Tyranny: How the Left’s Green Agenda will Dismantle America,
Brian Sussman exposes the environmental movement as a Trojan horse in a very real, ongoing war to end America’s status as a superpower. Sussman says Marxist-Leninist ideals drive the modern environmental movement which has its own weird hierarchy of high priests and evangelists. Sussman also exposes how our own government purposely put the brakes on a plan to develop sustainable nuclear energy, for the benefit of everyone.
GUEST: Bestselling author Brian Sussman attended the University of Missouri dreaming of a career as a television meteorologist. However, after graduation, his first job was as the nation’s youngest television news director, managing the news team at the ABC-TV affiliate in Columbia, Missouri. The small newsroom environment allowed Sussman to write, produce, report, shoot and edit the news, and even hire employees and manage a budget. However, ironically, he never stood before the “green screen” to report the weather.
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