From: Andrew Johnson [mailto:
Sent: 17 July 2007 11:50
Subject: BBC Reporting Failures
I have been interested to hear the BBC reporting its own serious failures in broadcasting/journalist and, for example, faking the result of Blue Peter competition/phone in.
You will have been contacted by Tim Sparke of Mercury Media, whom I have met and communicated with several times. I too share his very deep concern at how the BBC has denied and stonewalled coverage of the evidence which proves that 9/11 was an Inside Job. You even went so far as to air a whole documentary riddled with errors (and took Popular Mechanics to be a serious science publication, for example - which it isn't - it's hobbyist magazine. The documentary contained many flaws, smears and gross misrepresentations.
I had some communication last year with Helen Boaden, who suggested we (people concerned about 9/11 truth) meet with Emma Buchanan - we tried to contact her, but nothing came of it.
The BBC has repeatedly been advised on 9/11 Evidence which proves the largely fake organisation known as Al Qaida couldn't possibly have caused the damage on 9/11. History has now recorded their response and their willingness to support a fake War on Terror, resulting in the deaths of 10's of thousands of people.
I hope at least now you are beginning to see the magnitude of what you are dealing with. If you don't, then the future is bleak indeed - and I will be continuing my efforts to create new "media networks" which are truly independent, not corrupt and work to expose truth as far as possible, so that the influence your organisation in this area has diminishes over time.
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Sent: 27 July 2007 11:42
Subject: BBC Information [T20070719003FS031Z2517953]
Dear Mr Johnson
Thank you for your further e-mail regarding the BBC's reporting on the events of 11 September 2001.
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