Loose Change producer released, heads to Fort Campbell to clear his name
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, July 26, 2007
A defiant Korey Rowe promised his detractors "I'm not going anywhere" in a brief You Tube video last night after he was released from Fort Drum and headed to Fort Campbell to clear his name for good.
Rowe, an Iraq and Afghanistan combat veteran, is one of the producers of Loose Change, a wildly popular documentary that alleges U.S. government involvement in the 9/11 attack. He was arrested on Monday night on charges of desertion even though he had been out of the Army for two years and had made numerous public appearances since at which authorities could have apprehended him.The 15 second You Tube clip was filmed at Boston Airport as Rowe prepared to depart for Fort Campbell Kentucky, watch the video below.
Rowe's case is an obvious example of political persecution, his movements over the last two years have largely been public knowledge and the arrest was obviously timed to coincide with the upcoming cinematic release of Loose Change Final Cut, and intended as a chilling effect for the rest of the 9/11 truth community.
As we highlighted yesterday, the Army court-martialed just 5% of deserters last year, with that number dropping to just 1 per cent or less for the Navy and the Marines. Rowe had satisfactorily completed his tour of duty and yet was grabbed by police and handed over to military officials on the basis of a tip-off the authorities received.
9/11 truth debunkers like Michelle "put every Muslim in a concentration camp" Malkin and Neo-Con blowhards Newsbusters applauded the arrest of American citizens for their political viewpoints yesterday, lamenting the fact that Rowe had not been kidnapped sooner as a result of his activism.
This whole episode has been a public relations disaster for the authorities and the debunkers, and it will only serve in bringing more attention to the theatre debut of the Loose Change documentary, which is tentatively scheduled to be released on the weekend preceding September 11, 2007.And as Korey Rowe defiantly stated, no matter what the Neo-Con press whores say about us and no matter what the authorities do to try and intimidate us - the 9/11 truth movement is here to stay and we are not going anywhere.