Last evening on the "US Intel News" show on the Turner Radio Network,
Tom Heneghen gave an update on the progress of the grand juries
in Chicago concerning their impending indictments of various members
of the Bush administration, both past and present.
Apparently, there is brisk movement within the US Federal Court of Chicago
to get these indictments out despite intense pressure from
within by a Judge Magistrate named Mark R. Filip, who has thus far suppressed
them from being released to the public, according to Heneghen.
"We are heading toward a real showdown in United states of America, and
we are heading toward what we might be looking at is a constitutional
crisis," stated Heneghen emphatically about the Chicago court
"There is team of judges that have decided that they are no longer going
to tolerate this type activity and I believe they are well on their way to try
TO FORCE THESE INDICTMENTS OUT rather than keep them sealed.
And as I said, a showdown is emerging where Bush and
his gang and Clinton and their gang, which are tied together in all of this,
are about to be brought to justice."
Heneghen further claimed the newly named "Katrina Fund" disaster
relief for the citizens of New Orleans that has been recently sponsored by former
Presidents George Herbert Walker Bush and Bill Clinton "is nothing more
than a slush fund through Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates
and what it is going to be used to do, once again, is pay off people
who need to be shut up."
The impending indictments reportedly name George W. Bush, Dick Cheney,
Ted Olson, John Ashcroft, Scooter Libby, Condeleezza Rice, among many
others, for crimes which include perjury, obstruction of justice and
treason for the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame, in addition to other
charges, all of which have been sitting idle with Judge Filip for several weeks
"What is important to note, is that indictments are handed down, vis a
vis, what we call the foremen of the grand jury and despite the fact that (Special
Prosecutor) Mr. (Patrick) Fitzgerald is in charge of the grand jury, the indictments
concerning some of the major players are being held by what they call a "Judge
Magistrate." And tonight what we want to do is identify the Judge
Magistrate who is currently holding on to these indictments and that gentleman
is by the name of Mark Filip. His actual name is 'Fickelstein,' but he has changed
it to Filiip, so that he is disguised, I guess, as something he is
not supposed to be," Heneghen added.
Filip is also directly connected to a law firm by the name of Skadden/Arps
out of Chicago that also employed the son of Supreme Court Justice, Antonin
Scalia, who additionally may be indicted as a co-conspirator along with the
late Chief Justice William Renquist. Their charges may entail their
connection to the fraudulent 2000 Presidential election decision
given to Bush which also has links to bribery payoffs from major corporations
such as Coca-Cola and the Walt Disney Company, all again according
From previous reports, Patrick Fitzgerald is overseeing six grand juries while
still more grand juries have been convened in Washington, D.C. with testimony
supplied by Sibel Edmonds and in New Jersey, which has particularly been investigating
the apparent murder of John F. Kennedy, Jr., also linked to the Bush crime family.
All of these additional grand juries became necessary to the broadening
scope of the investigation which now includes 9/11,the Iraq war, Arab terrorist
cells, a large cache of bribery money out of the Philippines, as well as other
more extensive criminal activities.
Tom Heneghen was joined on the show by journalist Tom Flocoo, however Stew
Webb did not appear on last night's broadcast as scheduled. A posting on the
the Hal Turner web site prior to last night's broadcast stated that "Stew
Webb is fine and as such Stew and Tom are scheduled to do their show from 8-9
PM EDT." More than likely Stew Webb should appear on next Thursday evening's
show which airs over the Turner Network at 8PM EST, 7PM CST, 6PM MST and 5PM