Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Bovine scatology.

I call bullshit.

13 comments:

Taylor Harbin said...

Hmm

Gaviota said...

You call bullshit on what? The cop's/media story, or "Silence Dogood's" story?

Remember, I'm easily confused.

Temnota said...

That's rich. I'm surprised they didn't discover his complicity in the gulf oil spill.

Bill (Bad Cyborg) Mullins said...

I call anything coming out of the Kremlin bullshit.

Janet Incompetano said...

Well duh! Of *course* YOU would cover for him; you are, after all, an MI-5 agent of Her Majesty, and we know you all have a code of silence about these things!

tyrantsbane said...

On one hand I would like to believe the Kanes were just fellow Patriots, on the other; as stated in a previous reply to a previous post, I am withholding judgment pending compelling evidence in either direction. This certainly was not the evidence I was awaiting...

Anonymous said...

Lol. What was the first clue of the Boool-sheee-ite call?

The footnote that the US "intelligence" community would immediately deny that report.... or that the "Sisters of Sorcha Faal" disapprove of the censorship?

Ugggh. As if freedom wasn't hard enough to maintain...

Anonymous said...

Bullshit or not, I'm going with the later, two Americans are dead, and there are only police and government officials left to relate the "official" version of events.

Seems we've heard the "official" versions of many American's deaths over the past two decades, and many before that. And the explanations just keep piling up.

patrickhenry3

III

Dennis308 said...

I would like to see the recording of the stopping of the Kane´s it could hold information. The killing of a 16 year old boy is no small thing if the patrol car had a recording device it would have to go public.Until this come out I will reserve opinion.I don´t believe the police or the wackos

Dennis
III
Texas

Anonymous said...

"To the treasonous crime Kane and his son were assassinated for, a Maryland-based insurance analyst, who had previously testified before the US Congress, named JJ MacNab, said she had been tracking him for 2 years and claimed Kane’s seminar business was “centered on debt-avoidance scams”. An SVR analysis of Kane’s seminar though (posted in 7 parts on YouTube) states that far from being a “scam” it appears to offer a legitimate course of action, that if taken by Americans would indeed free them from the stranglehold put upon them by their banking system."

Not that I believe the conspiracy theory (yet), but it would be interesting to track down and watch this series of YouTube videos to see what it has to offer.

B Woodman
III-per

wv: "meness"

Longbow said...

There is high stink here. I have not seen such uniformity of media statements since Waco.

johnnyreb said...

Well, as with most all things, there's the cops version, the Kanes, version, and then there's what really happened.

Anonymous said...

"Track down"? Just search youtube for Jerry Kane's name.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWpA4YX6rio

The very first part seems to be missing, which complicates understanding what Mr. Kane is speaking about on the whole. There are a few torrents up which claim to be a video DVD of his seminars, which probably will help fill in the gaps left by the youtube vids.