New York bomber mailed letters to Congress; Manifesto claims 'We did it'

Pointer shows ‘bicycle man’. (NYPD HO/REUTERS)

Fox News, citing unnamed sources, reported that the letter included a lengthy “manifesto” about the Iraq war that ended with the words “We did it.”

Something about this event doesn’t ring true — but we’re still ‘collating’ the information. As usual, Doug Hagmann of Northeast Intelligence Network is on the case, and you can read his analysis here. While you’re there, be sure to read Doug’s October 2007 report of two similar ‘bombings’ at the British and Mexican Consulates in Manhattan. Both of those events show the same type of ‘bicyclist’ wearing a gray, hooded sweatshirt just before the attack.

As we say, something about it all ‘feels’ wrong. Are we looking at a ‘false flag’ set-up? Take note of a comment made by Geraldo Rivera this morning on Fox and Friends, where he likens the bomber to ‘the kind of people who claim 9/11 was an inside job’. Brian Kilmeade nodded and made the comment that America needs lots of CCTV cameras. Remember, Fox News is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s NewsCorp (a company partly controlled by Saudi billionaire Al-waleed bin Talal). Also, a bike seems like an odd choice for a bomber — such a conveyance permits one to ‘ride slowly’ past any security cameras, just to make sure police and the ATF get a good look. And the gray, hooded sweatshirt description sound uneasily like the Unibomber (known also for his manifesto-filled letters). Are these ‘attacks’ preludes for a large one to come? — PID

Mar 7, 2008 (AFP) — Several US politicians were mailed a letter and a photograph of a New York City military recruiting station before it was hit by a small bomb this morning, media reports said. Quoting House of Representatives insiders, the US capital-based Politico website said eight House Democrats “were mailed a letter and photo of a Times Square recruiting station in Manhattan before it was bombed this morning.” Full Report