These one hour-long interviews on Secure Freedom Radio hosted by Frank Gaffney are absolutely fabulous. The first two give the listeners the opportunity to know better, if they don’t know them already, two outstanding American patriots, Fred Galvin and Jon Guandolo. Mrs Galvin and Guandolo have been at the forefront of the fight for freedom, respectively in the American Army and in the FBI. The third interview features Jon Guant, a British national with a flavourful talent for social critique. If you are experiencing technical issues downloading the audio files with certain web browsers, please try with another.
This radio show by Dave Emory explores the heroic investigation of private citizen Rita Katz on Operation Green Quest that led to the Holy Land Foundation trial. Her work allowed us to unveil the deep penetration of the GOP and of the Bush Administration by islamist elements from the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Al-Qaeda. However, her research was eventually subverted and neutralized by members of the CIA and FBI. Among several things, Dave Emory explores the role eventually played by the Ptech firm, owned and controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood, on the day of 9/11. In effect, the fact that it is Ptech that developped the threat assessment software used by the Air Force, the FAA and Norad could account for the confusion experienced on the morning of 9/11, which facilitated the attacks and delivered New York and Washington D.C. to hostile forces. Also, the role played by the Safa Trust and the SAAR network on the economic side of it is also explored, among other elements. Rita Katz has written a book titled Terrorist Hunter in which she chronicles the whole story.