1Feb/140

Murray Waas: Plamegate cover-up is “something that is bigger than Watergate”

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

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In a recent phone interview Murray Waas, the reporter who claimed to be the recipient of anonymous Plamegate grand jury leaks, confessed that the Plamegate cover-up is "something that is bigger than Watergate".

Keep this in mind as the Plamegate cover-up continues to be exposed.

Waas is now desperately trying to distance himself from the book he purportedly wrote entitled United States v. I. Lewis Libby, and the reporting he did on Plamegate.

Why would a journalist distance himself from the very body of work that earned him national recognition?

What would cause an author to disown his own book?

And, even more perplexing, what makes Waas think that American Thinker editor Thomas Lifson would be sympathetic to his fear of his confession getting out?

Waas has been communicating with the American Thinker in hopes of defusing the current predicament his recent statements have created for him, so perhaps the better question is:

Why would Waas think the American Thinker would be sympathetic to his attempt to conceal the Plamegate cover-up, and his part in it? A cover-up Waas admitted was bigger than Watergate.

Strangely enough, since Waas' confession American Thinker contributor Clarice Feldman has also called Plamegate a "hoax". And she has now added former FBI Director Robert Mueller to her list of people who "conspired to conceal" this from the White House.

When looked at logically, Feldman's list of conspirators-which now includes the State Department, the Department of Justice and the FBI-fully supports Waas' admission of a big Washington cover-up.

Feldman and the American Thinker want us to believe that top officials at these three different agencies, who all served at the pleasure of the President, kept him in the dark for three years that Dick Armitage was Robert Novak's source.

Why is the American Thinker still clinging to the official Armitage "disinformation campaign" version of the Plamegate story, and ignoring the recent confessions of both Judith Miller and Murray Waas?

I wonder, could this ludicrous position the American Thinker is taking have been in any way influenced by their close relationship with members of the discontinued 501(c) 3 known as the Project for the New American Century (PNAC)

More to come....

2Nov/130

Murray Waas accuses THE HUFFINGTON POST of fabricating “ObamaCare” stories

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

 

 

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What is going on with Murray Waas?

First he dis-owns the book United States v. I. Lewis Libby, a book that he purportedly wrote. And now, he is accusing The Huffington Post of fabricating stories that are favorable to "Obamacare".

Murray Waas < email address redacted > wrote:

Here is the example from last week. A Cherkis story on Obamacare. So good, even the President of the Untied States quoted the article. With the great quote, the money quote, Cherkis does not identify the guy in any way. In comparison, the other people quoted in the article who are exactly similar to him, are all quoted by name and age. This is kinda a pattern: The money quote, great quote, is anonymous, while everyone else quoted in a story by him on the record says something mundane. It seems to me that you can at least go to him and his editors and ask why he didn't name the guy or ask the woman in the article who was present and witnessed the incident says it is true or not. That would be just one phone call to talk to her.

http://delong.typepad.com/sdj/2013/08/jason-cherkis-these-three-paragraphs-say-everything-about-obamacare-noted-for-august-27-2013.html

So if you have this one, you also have the incidents from 2011 and 2012, hardly ancient history, and the two dozen of so other people who say he makes things up.

Anyway, I have done my part here...

Best

Murray

By claiming that the Huffington Post is fabricating stories favorable to "Obamacare", Waas, has apparently had a change of heart when it comes to the law (Affordable Care Act) that he use to be a proponent of.

And, the people, he use to endorse.

Obama Cites HuffPost Article In Affordable Care Act Push (VIDEO)

Indications are, Waas had an epiphany.

In any case, like we said, he's talking.

More to come.....

29Oct/130

Plamegate “journalist” dis-owns book!

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

Murray Waas, up until now, was thought to be the "author" of the book titled United States v I. Lewis Libby. However, recent developments have Waas claiming that he did not write or edit the book. In-fact, Waas, in an effort to distance himself from the book (that names him as author and editor) has stated, that he only wrote the introduction for the book. Disowning the rest!

Waas further shared that Philip S.Turner the editor/publisher of the book, approached him to be involved in this project. A project that would ultimately be described as an 'instant' book by the Washington Post.

Philip S. Turner

While the name Philip S. Turner will not be immediately recognizable to most, the names of several clients Turner worked for before he picked Murray Waas to be a "beard" for his latest distortion, certainly will.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The word distortion accurately describes Turner's book about the Libby trial, due to the fact: Turner selectively edited the trial transcripts for the book.

Turner has yet to respond to inquiries.

-----Original Message-----
From: (redacted)
To: philipsturner
Sent: October 28, 2013 at 11:29 AM
Subject: Media Inquiry (Murray Waas assertions)

Mr. Philip Turner

Murray Waas, the "journalist" purported to have written and edited a book you published, titled 'United States v I. Lewis Libby' has gone on the record stating that he neither wrote, or edited the book.

Waas insisted that all he did was write the introduction.

Furthermore, Wass claims you approached him to be part of the project.

Mr. Turner, do you deny the assertions made by Murray Waas?

(name redacted)

-----Original Message-----
From:(redacted)
To: philipsturner
Sent: September 20, 2013 at 2:21 PM
Subject: Wilson and Waas

Philip

There is a problem with two books that you helped get published.

The Politics of Truth by Joe Wilson, and, U.S. v I. Lewis Libby by Murray Waas

Both books are being challenge on a factual basis. Would you comment on the evidence provided in the Illinois Pay to Play article (linked below) that disputes the claims made in both the Wilson and Wass books?

(name redacted)

Fitzgate: Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald guilty of “obstruction of justice” and lying to the court.

http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2013/09/18/former-u-s-attorney-patrick-fitzgerald-guilty-of-obstruction-of-justice-and-lying-to-the-court/

As for Murray Waas, he is talking, and IP2P will bring you more on what he had to say soon.

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