JFK, 9/11 and Wellstone"
a presentation by
Dr. James H. Fetzer, Ph. D.
given at the
University of Minnesota-Duluth
November 16, 2006
This particular recording covers the part dealing with the death of US Senator Paul Wellstone. You can watch the presentation here or on YouTube.
I think that aside from the question central to the lecture - specifically, why and how did Paul Wellstone die - the lecture is of fundamental significance to those seeking to assess the dynamics of coverups and covert operations in the modern society - specifically as pertains to the US. And while Dr. Fetzer is clearly highly emotional about Wellstone's death, and that in my opinion somewhat diminishes the quality of his presentation, I think he makes a convincing case that the official theory of this crash is highly improbable at best whereas a fairly convincing case can be made that Wellstone was murdered, along with everyone else who was on board that doomed airplane.
I personally found one allegation quite fascinatng. Apparently, the NTSB can only investigate an airplane crash as a potential crime if the US Attorney General agrees to treat it as such. Otherwise, they are required to investigate it as an accident. I wonder if an Attorney General's determination can be contested. If you possess relevant legal knowledge I would be very curious to hear from you.
But be that as it may - it looks like so long as the Attorney General plays along any mischief in the air can be covered up in a fairly straightforward manner. Just something to think about.