Friday, February 17, 2006

Cheney's got a gun... "SCIENTIFIC PROOF CHENEY'S SHOOTING STORY A LIE " (Video - 10 mins) ...Cheney shot him from "30 yards away" my ass...

[Ed note: the fact that Cheney shot Whittington from "30 yards" away is being "Orwellized", disappearing from new stories about the incident while old ones get "scrubbed". They know it's a lie, there are enough journalists who've worked on ballistics reports to figure out something is up, and so they don't mention the distance again. The number had it's echo-effect in the first few days, and the important thing is we all know it was an accidental shot from "far away" anyway. Really, as "The White House" all they need is the front page of every major newspaper and top story on every major news show to put out the first "official" story, and then later if it needs to be corrected it'll either be ignored or buried by less than half who first reported it - and they'll be smeared by GOP attack dogs. The only memory we have going forward is the one we are first assaulted with, so any questions about "30 yards" are left hanging with no more daily mainstream media verification: "Was it 30 yards? Could it be? I forgot. How could gun-crazy America be fooled?" Once it's settled it's hard to dispute, even if it's impossible. The debate is crucial in confirming the official story is a lie, and unfortunately, this is why it won't be seen in the mainstream media.]


Cheney talks, and 2.1 million watch

Thu Feb 16, 2006 10:01 PM ET172
By Paul J. Gough

NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Vice President Dick Cheney's exclusive interview about his weekend hunting accident boosted Fox News' ratings Wednesday night.

The channel's Washington managing editor, Brit Hume, scored the exclusive interview with Cheney. The vice president had been roundly criticized because 24 hours elapsed before reporters learned that Cheney had accidentally shot a fellow hunter Saturday afternoon at a Texas ranch.

"Special Report With Brit Hume" averaged 2.1 million viewers from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, when the interview with Cheney aired, according to data released Thursday by Nielsen Media Research. That included 513,000 viewers in the adults 25-54 demographic.



New York Newsday

Poll: No need for more investigation of Cheney shooting

February 17, 2006, 11:04 AM EST

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. (AP) _ Two-thirds of voters nationwide say there is no need for a further investigation into Vice President Dick Cheney's shooting of a hunting partner during a visit to a Texas ranch last weekend, a poll reported Friday.

The poll, from Marist College's Institute for Public Opinion and sponsored by WNBC-TV in New York City, also found that 66 percent of voters said they were bothered by the Bush administration's handling of Hurricane Katrina. That was of more concern to voters than the administration's use of warrantless domestic surveillance (50 percent), the indictment of Cheney aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby (50 percent) and the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal (40 percent).

When it came to Cheney's Saturday shooting of Harry Whittington, 34 percent of voters said they wanted a further investigation while 65 percent said that wasn't needed. Democrats were about evenly split while more than nine in 10 Republican voters said they were opposed to further investigation.

The telephone poll of 931 registered voters was conducted on Monday and Wednesday of this week and has a sampling error margin of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

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[Ed note: they mention the bloggers are going crazy, but stick with the unverifiable questions as their point in a 2-page article: both the time Cheney waited to reveal the story and the alchohol level in his blood. This is classic stuff, with the mass media training society to think that "bloggers" and other web-surfers only waste their time arguing over the same points the rest of society does - or lesser ones. They've also trained us to think the brave men and women who risk their lives protesting the WTO don't know what they're talking about, or at least no more than the average viewer who watches 5 hours of bad TV a day. Nobody, and I mean nobody takes the time to do this stuff without having a point, it's usually one worth discussing, and even if eventually dismissed we learn from the process and often discover something new. The mainstream media has been afraid of the alternative media for a long time now, and have succeeded in maintaining their supremacy over the mediascape by dishonest sins of ommission, among others. This can change as long as one has the balls to use their faith in their common sense to overcome another's faith in the common knowledge we all know to be full of subtle lies.]

CBS News

Bloggers Battle Over Cheney Misfire
(Page 1 of 2)

NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2006 (CBS/AP)

Quote: "It’s inconceivable that you don’t go to the hospital unless there’s a reason you don’t go to the hospital." - Al Franken, liberal comedian

(CBS) This story was written by's Melissa McNamara

Vice President Dick Cheney's weekend misfire brought verbal combat to a boil between left- and right-leaning bloggers.

The Kenedy County Sheriff's Department has closed its investigation into Cheney's accidental shooting of hunting pal Harry Whittington and issued a report that largely supports the vice president's account of the weekend's events.

But that hasn't stopped the shooting in cyberspace, where liberal bloggers were particularly riled up over the role alcohol might have played in the mishap.



VIDEO - 10 min



Harry Whittington Shooting Ballistics Tested, Cheney shot at Whittington from 15 feet not 90 as claimed

Infowars | February 16, 2006
By Alex Jones

by Alex Jones

Below is a ten minute "see-for-yourself" report that conclusively shows that Vice President Dick Cheney's claims to Kennedy County Sheriff's Deputies in south Texas is a total fabrication.

A massive cover-up has been conducted concerning the shooting. We know that most of the facts that have been told to the public are manufactured frauds.

Cheney claims that he shot Whittington at 90 feet, ballistic tests from the spread of the shotgun pellets to their penetration depth is 100% conclusive.

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Harry Whittington was shot at close range, between 15 and 18 feet, not the 90 claimed by Dick Cheney and the Secret Service. It is now clear why they refused to let Sheriff's Deputies interview Cheney for over 13 hours and why they claimed that Whittington's injuries were superficial when in truth they were grievous.

The mainstream media is ignoring this literal smoking gun evidence. Anytime they wish, the local police can conduct their own ballistics tests and they will have the exact same findings. The media can conduct their own tests. The ballistics of shotguns and birdshot is well known to tens of millions of Americans who hunt fowl.

We have now scientifically proved with an engineer and a police officer on-site conducting the test that the American people are being lied to and a cover-up is in progress.

Observations of the Ballistics Test

Infowars | February 15, 2006
By Kevin Smith

Gelatin Testing: #8 Birdshot Statistics

* Range: 3 yards
* Shotgun: 18 inch barreled Remington 870 Marine Magnumn
* Round: 12 gauge 2¾ Remington Heavy Dove 1-1/8 oz #8 Birdshot
* Gelatin: 9'x9'x19' 10% ordinance gelatin block
* Measured Average Permenant Cavity Penetration: 4.5 inches (11.4 cm)
* Temporary Stretch Cavity: 1.0 to 3 inches (2.5 to 7.6 cm)
* Calibration BB Velocity: 623 fps
* Calibration BB Penetration: 12.5 cm

"So we have established the distance of the shot. Now we wanted to see if we could match the wound penetration. As I already stated the shots at the dummy torso from 90 feet had little to no effect. Alex then decided to shoot the game hen and the watermelon from 90 feet. The results of these shots were penetrations of 1 to 2 millimeters, this means they were just under the outer layer of skin. There was also evidence of impacts that bounced off, leaving black smudges on both targets. At shots taken from 30 feet slightly deeper penetrations, but nothing that went passed the most outer layers of the actual meat. The last shot was taken at the game hen from 15 feet and that shot yielded the kind of results that Mr. Whittington experienced, a tight cluster of pellet hits penetrating into the internal cavities of the body."



[Ed note: the critics are citing crappy critiques...]

February 16, 2006


The Gang That Can’t Shoot Straight
by Anthony Wade

"The second issue is accountability. When I say this is the gang that can’t shoot straight, it is by design that they lie, it is policy. Under the Bush administration, the truth is assaulted and violated. Putting aside the lies about alcohol, because that story has changed at least three times already, they could not even honestly tell us what happened.
The initial story was that the victim was 90 yards away and that he was “peppered” pretty good. Unfortunately, gun and hunting experts started debunking this notion immediately, pointing out that the victim could not have had the injuries that were reported at a distance of 90 yards. Now, putting aside the fact that “peppering” is something we should be doing to steaks, the story has since been modified to say 30 yards.
On the issue of the injuries, we were first told that the victim was merely grazed in the facial area. By Sunday, the story had morphed into including his shoulder area and by Monday apparently, Mr. Whittington was actually shot in the heart as well and had suffered a heart attack."

1) The facts were not revealed for one full day.

2) The investigation did not occur for one full day.

3) The Vice President did not bother speaking with Bush until Monday.

4) The corroborating witness was actually 100 yards away and initially thought Cheney had suffered a heart attack.

5) The ranch owner says they only had Dr. Pepper, but Cheney himself admits to having a beer with lunch.

6) The injuries started with the victim’s face, spread to his shoulder and within three days had gone to his heart.

7) The fact that the victim was 90 yards away was proven to be actually 30 yards.


Cheney Shoots Whittington -- Unanswered Questions


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