Thursday, July 11, 2013

Bilderberg Documents Removed From 9/11 Disclosure Blog?

Why have the highly controversial Bilderberg documents been removed from To answer that question, I was ordered to remove them.

First, I received two phone calls on July 8th, 2013. The first call was placed at 2:13 pm and the second at 2:18 pm. I then received a third phone call at 9:37 am, on July 11th. I called the number back after having not noticed the missed calls until the last call was missed, and later found this email at 9:41 am, three minutes before I returned the phone call at 9:44 am. Here is the email I received.

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Thursday July 11, 2013 9:41 am

Subject: Georgetown Legal Matter

Marc, by way of introduction, my name is Paul Greco and I am an attorney representing Georgetown University. My contact information is below. I have repeatedly attempted to reach you by phone using the number you provided to us (571-246-0498) but each time there has been no answer, and no voicemail is available for leaving a voice message. I wish to discuss a legal matter with you regarding your recent activities at Georgetown. Please let me know when it would be convenient for you to talk. Thank you.
Paul Greco
Associate General Counsel
Georgetown University
37th & O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057
(202) 687-2835 phone
(202) 687-6527 fax

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The number that called me was from Washington DC, belonging to the Office of General Counsel at Georgetown University, which I confirmed by using Google to reverse search the number. The person on the phone told me that he was an attorney with Georgetown University (Paul Greco), and he said they recently learned that I had published the McGhee documents to this blog site, and that I did not have permission to do so. I informed the caller that when I filled out the paperwork, it asked what the intended purpose was, and I checked the box that said "publication", and also specified that I would be blogging. I was told to get the little piece of paper in each picture that says the document is property of Georgetown, and I was never told not to publish them.

The attorney said that I could meet with John - the head of the Special Collections Reading Room - and perhaps come to an agreement on some terms of publication for the manuscripts, but until then, they must be removed or I would face legal action that he did not want to pursue. I plan to have such a meeting at some point, but until an agreement is reached, I am legally bound to remove the photographs from this blog, as requested. As you may know, many other website and individuals have already posted to their sites and downloaded them to their computers, so they are still available from those outside of my control.

If you would like to encourage Georgetown University to allow the documents to be legally published as part of the historical record and for the betterment of all people, please call them and politely ask that the documents be permitted to be published as they were, free of edits, and giving full credit to Georgetown University Library. You could also let them know of the massive public interest in the documents, and that they would be doing a great service by allowing the documents to become publicly available online at the expense of those who are willing to put forth the effort. 

To contact the Library, you can use one of the following methods:
Phone: 202-687-7444
Fax: 202-687-7501

Staff Listing

NameJob TitlePhoneEmail
John BuchtelDepartment
Lynn ConwayUniversity
Ann GallowayAssistant
Stephanie HughesCommunications and Projects Coordinator, Special
Ted JacksonManuscripts
Katharine MalcolmProject
Lisette MatanoManuscripts
Christen RungeAssistant
Scott TaylorManuscripts
LuLen WalkerArt Collection

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