Timmerman on Iran and Russell on Haditha Rock Freedom Radio

January 2, 2012
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Freedom radio welcomes Mr. Ken Timmerman back to our Wednesday Jan 4th 10 AM Show. In 1995 Ken Timmerman with a group of Iranian patriots and with Peter Rodman and Joshua Muravchik, established the Foundation for Democracy in Iran(FDI) .

Today, he is helping families of the victims of the September 11 attacks prepare a class action law suit against the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran, because of its direct, material involvement in the al Qaeda plot to attack America, a story he detailed in Countdown to Crisis and in several news stories that can be found here. We will discuss this case along with other current events related to Iran with Mr. Timmerman on Freedom Radio.

Best-selling author Kenneth R. Timmerman has spent his career investigating the dark side of national security. His work can be found at Front Page Magazine and at the Daily Caller. His latest book “St. Peter’s Bones” can be found here.

Over the past three decades he has interviewed dissidents behind the Iron Curtain, covered numerous Middle East wars and false-hope peace treaties, interviewed suicide bombers, debriefed defectors from Iranian intelligence organizatons, and covered the plight of Christians persecuted for their faith.

Lieutenant Colonel Bill Russell also joins us to discuss his op-ed in response to the Tribune-Democrat’s Chip Minemyer’s ‘Murtha was right’ commentary and the last ‘Haditha’ Marine trial of SSgt Frank Wuterich that will begin Thursday, January 5. LTC Russell retired after 29 years in the Army (active and reserves), served in Iraq and the Balkins, and was inside the Pentagon on 9/11. Russell ran against the late John Murtha for U.S. Congress in PA-12.

Co-hosting the show will be Tim Sumner, co-founder of 911 Families for a Safe and Strong America and The Liberty Alliance.

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