Monthly Archives: May 2005

Bookstore goes where others dare to tread

May 24, 2005 (VENICE, FL) – A book alleging an FBI-led cover-up in Florida to conceal the truth about Mohamed Atta and his terrorist cadre while they were living in this country is a runaway bestseller at an independent bookstore … Continue reading

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9.11 Shuck & Jive at Shuckum’s

Mohamed Atta didn’t drink, do cocaine, or hang out in strip clubs, and the official FBI account of the terrorist conspiracy to take down the World Trade Center is pretty much right on the money, according to a new book, … Continue reading

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An Introduction to the Secret History

George Santayana said, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." In an altogether more “wised-up” age, George Bernard Shaw sounded even gloomier. “What we learn from history is that man can never learn anything from history.” … Continue reading

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The ‘Second Mohamed’ in Venice

More than three years after the 9.11 attack, intrigue continues to swirl concerning knowledge of the terrorist hijackers movements, activities, and associates while in the U.S. preparing the assault. A mysterious French-Arab man resurfaced last week who authorities had dubbed … Continue reading

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