Scott Horton Interviews Eric Garris

Scott Horton, August 22, 2011

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Eric Garris, founder and director of Antiwar.com, discusses Justin Raimondo’s column “The FBI vs. Antiwar.com” about FOIA documents detailing a 2004 FBI investigation of Antiwar.com, its staff and particularly Raimondo himself; the FBI’s apparent interest in “Urban Movers” and the Israeli connection to 9/11; how the FBI got a FISA warrant to essentially conduct a counterterrorism investigation against Antiwar.com, a US-based non-profit media outlet; holding our collective breath until the un-redacted document is released in 2035; and how to keep charitable donations – large and small – anonymous.

MP3 here. (19:45)

Eric Garris is the founder, managing editor, director and webmaster of Antiwar.com.

7 Responses to “Eric Garris”

  1. if yall are in trouble for the israeli movers and art students story then I must be in deep deep doo doo. Because I have been all over that and release documents pass to the Italians and Polish and of course the English version. We got the police report posted right now http://www.rys2sense.com/anti-neocons/viewtopic.p… and then there is the 3 hour movie I made about it. I talked to the cops… Scott if I were you I I'd worry about your interviews on the OKC as well. Don't worry no one will know Dennis/Justin was secretly KGB :)

  2. ps I sent you money from Japan but I am an america.
    your FOIA won't do squat as the FBI probably put your file on the S-drive.

  3. Badge of honor. Congratulations!

  4. A badge of honor indeed. You are becoming influential, otherwise you would be insignificant.

    The FBI folks do as they are told – they didn´t think up the idea of investigating AntiWar on their own. You´re making people nervous, you are having influence – congratulations!

  5. that must mean they have stopped sending guns over the boarder and into Mexican gangs.

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