Boston Globe Cites LaRouche’s Role in Quest for Release of the 28 Pages
October 5, 2014 • 11:46AM

The Boston Globe cites the role of “longtime activist” Lyndon LaRouche, in an Oct. 2 article covering Rep. Stephen Lynch’s quest for the release of the classified 28 pages of the Joint Congressional Inquiry’s report on the 9/11 attacks. Lynch told the Globe that the revelations contained in the 28 pages are central to understanding “the web of intrigue here and the treacherous nature of the parties we are dealing with--the terrorists and their supporters.”

The quest, the Globe goes on to report, “is making for some strange bedfellows,” among them, of course, Lyndon LaRouche, “the 92-yr-old New Hampshire native whose anti-establishment movement has roots in the leftist activism of the 1960’s.” Globe reporter Bryan Bender notes that LaRouche “held a webcast last week about the issue (and for good measure called for the removal of the British monarchy and the impeachment of President Obama as the only way to save the world from imminent destruction).”

Bender gives Lynch a chance to distance himself from LaRouche and other “such groups,” but on the issue of the 28 pages “they are in lock step.” The rest of the article quotes extensively from former Sen. Bob Graham, who co-chaired the 9/11 inquiry. “What evidence is there that network has been taken down or is it still in a position to service a new [terrorist] group?” Graham asks.