Ken O’Keefe Takes Swipe at the BBC

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Recently I have posted on a couple of very significant cases in the British court system, both of them pertaining to the BBC and having to do with the events of 9/11–specifically a segment in which reporter Jane Standley reported the collapse of Building 7 some twenty-three minutes before it happened. And not only was the building still standing, but it could actually be seen in the camera view just behind her shoulder as she gave her report.

In one of the court cases, Tony Rooke refused to pay the mandatory TV license fee–a fee levied against all UK citizens who own TV sets–from which the BBC gets its funding. Rooke’s refusal was an act of civil disobedience, and in his court case he accused the British network of having prior knowledge of the 9/11 attacks, arguing that to pay the license fee would violate section 15 of the…

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