American Free Press

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Founder(s)Willis Carto,  [[..|...]]
Founded2001
Author(s)Unknown
InterestsBilderberg

The American Free Press (AFP) is a US weekly newspaper. It was significant in its early part in exposing the Bilderberg Group. It has been charged with "one of the most absurd hoaxes yet floated to distract the 9/11 truth movement -- the claim that the crash of Flight 93 never happened."[1]

Origins

The paper was founded in 2001 as the successor to The Spotlight, which ceased publication in 2001 when its parent company, Liberty Lobby, was forced into bankruptcy. The paper essentially continued as The Spotlight under a different name maintaining the same staff. The central figure for both papers was Willis Carto.

Reporting

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Veteran Bilderberg-watcher Jim Tucker worked for the AFP, and in 2004 they reported on the Bilderberg. They have since run dozens of articles on the group.[2]

Activities

The AFP fired Christopher Bollyn "6 weeks after being attacked and TASERed by undercover police at his home."[3]

 

Documents sourced from American Free Press

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Murdoch's Deeply Hidden Jewish RootsArticleAnti-Defamation League
Benjamin Netanyahu
Ariel Sharon
Rupert Murdoch
Larry Silverstein
Lewis Eisenberg
Frank Lowy
16 July 2011Christopher Bollyn
File:Final Judgment.pdfbookJFK/Assassination1 January 1995Michael Collins PiperOne of the most controvesial books on the JFK assassination - because it very specifically implicates Judaic interests and Israel


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