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U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald’s war against the truth

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At IP2P, we've addressed several articles about Patrick Fitzgerald's idea of truth.

However, the piece that may prove to be our most important chronicle is ahead. It involves a book titled Triple Cross.

U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald's attack on investigative reporter and novelist Peter Lance, and his book Triple Cross, was Fitzgerald's war against the truth.

The Department of Justice declared war against the First Amendment when it allowed Fitzgerald to conduct his war on Lance, and on the publisher of his book, from within the U.S. Attorneys Office in Chicago.

Read about Fitzgerald's Attempts to silence Lance here:

U.S. Attorney Tries to Kill Triple Cross. Fitzgerald threatens to sue

Triple Cross is a must read for anyone who wants a truthful look at our government's actions, and lack of actions, that led to 9-11.

And, perhaps equally important, Triple Cross revealed that U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, the man touted as the most likely candidate to replace FBI director Robert Mueller, has no problem employing Gestapo tactics on citizens who tell the truth about his, or his accomplices', actions in a significant cover-up.

In Triple Cross you can learn, thanks to old-fashion investigative work done by Peter Lance, the truth about Patrick Fitzgerald.  He is no Elliot Ness. And the thought of Patrick Fitzgerald ever becoming FBI Director should alarm all freedom-loving Americans.

Lance's work is a road map to understanding how we've come to a point in American history where the Justice Department routinely tramples on our constitutional rights, and now insists that it is within the President's power to kill American citizen's without due process.

Learn more from Peter Lance here: http://peterlance.com/wordpress/ 

More ahead on this.

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