Michael P. Wright -- Norman, Oklahoma firstname.lastname@example.org
In May 2004, Iowa television station KWWL broadcast an explosive report about
the CIA and placed it online. The headline was "New Leads Implicate CIA,
Government Officials In Child Prostitution Ring."
The report was about Johnny Gosch, an 11-year-old newspaper delivery boy, living
in Iowa, who was kidnapped in 1982. The crime is being investigated
by former New York City detective James Rothstein, who believes that child prostitution
was the motive for the kidnapping. Further, the KWWL report states that Rothstein,
now a private investigator, "believes the CIA was involved and tried to
cover it up."
This report was taken down from the Internet by KWWL. Go here for the webpage
where it used to be:
After trying to locate it with the "wayback" archive, I arrived at
a webpage with this message: "We’re sorry, access...has been blocked
by the site owner via robots.txt." Here is the "wayback" link:
Does this not appear to be serious cover-up effort?
Fortunately, this important document was preserved for history by prisonplanet.com.
It can be read at this webpage:
In the USA, in recent years there have been other occasions in which news reports
about high-level official misconduct have been made to vanish. Go here for my
report about an Oklahoma television station which made disappear an explosive
9/11 report, which suggested high-level crime at the University of Oklahoma,
whose president is George Tenet’s mentor David Boren: