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A US newspaper

The Wall Street Journal is a US newspaper.


Reporting on John McMurtry's speech about the deeper purposes of 9-11, the Wall Street Journal termed him "Osama McMurtry".[1][2]


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Whitney Webb“Epstein was involved in a lot of things, and not only with underage females. Delving into all the publicly available material on Epstein, investigative journalist Whitney Webb needed two volumes to trace Epstein’s complex and mysterious career. She meticulously reconstructs the elaborate nebula of his connections to the world not just of finance, but also of espionage and crime. Her two volumes were published last year with the title, “One Nation Under Blackmail.”

Given all the chatter the WSJ’s articles have generated, at breakfast this morning I thought it appropriate to raise the question not so much of Epstein’s story itself, but of the way the press responds to the public’s need for information. After reminding Chad of the context, I shared these thoughts with Chad.

“The Journal appears to confirm, though only partially and obliquely, much of what Webb has described. Because of the implications — including the inevitable embarassment for people who have carefully crafted their public image of respectability — the Journal should either release the documents or, as Wikileaks was wont to do, share them with a number of serious newspapers to ensure a minimum level of objectivity and transparency. This story and all its implications are of vital interest to the public in a democracy. What, apart from the commercial interest of owning a scoop, explains the Wall Street Journal’s reluctance to do so?””
Whitney Webb
Peter Isackson
May 2023


Employees on Wikispooks

Paul GigotColumnist and editor1980
Frederick KempeJournalist and editor19812007From 2007 President and CEO of Atlantic Council
William Lewis (journalist)CEO of Dow Jones and Company9 May 20148 April 2020Publisher of Wall Street Journal
Peggy NoonanJournalist2000Attended Bilderberg/2012, Bilderberg/2016, Bilderberg/2017, Bilderberg/2018
Jerry SeibWashington bureau chief19782016Attended spooky 1981 Colloquium on Clandestine Collection.


Documents sourced from Wall Street Journal

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Hillary Clinton Did ItArticleHillary Clinton
John Durham
Fusion GPS
US/2016 Presidential Election
Steele dossier
Robby Mook
Michael Sussmann
20 May 2022WSJ Editorial BoardAppearing as a witness in John Durham’s trial of Michael Sussmann, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager, Robby Mook, says she personally approved a plan to give a false 'Trump, Russia' claim to the news media.
Document:No Need to Panic About Global Warmingarticle"Climate change"28 January 2012Editorial staff
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