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CHICAGO, NEW YORK, HOUSTON -- 2009 Top 9/11-2B Targets -- (tags)
Ghost Troop vs. International Zionism (tags)
Ghost Troops have occasionally become targets of the international Zionism. The Ghost Troop Commander, Captain Eric H. May, provides a couple of examples in this brief article.
May Day post from Captain Eric May (tags)
A May Day post from Captain Eric May, founder and leader of Ghost Troop, to Ambassador Chase Untermeyer. There are links to Capt May's most recent article in the Lone Star Iconoclast and interview with Lenny Bloom.
Battle of Baghdad Cover-Up Four Years Later (tags)
nterview With CAPTAIN ERIC MAY Ghost Troop Commander
Army Retaliation against Sgt. Donald Buswell, the 911 NCO (tags)
The US Army has done the only thing it could do in its attempt to undermine the "911 NCO," Sergeant Donald Buswell, who has become a central figure in the 911 Truth Movement by calling for a new 911 investigation -- and being attacked for it. Sergeant Buswell, it turns out, has powerful comrades in the State Department who present a big problem for a military bent on defaming him for his position of principle and his mission of conscience.
Introducing Ghost Troop to the Army Inspector General (tags)
The strange near-death of an active Army Ghost Troop seems more than suspicious, as the unit leader, Captain May, explains in this most revealing report to the Army Inspector General. Are Ghost Troops, who serve on a mission of conscience to spread the word about the 911 set up -- and prevent future ones -- on the Bush League hit list?
World War / Infowar Analysis (tags)
Chase Untermeyer US Ambassador to Qatar Ghost Troop Chaplain (Ret.) Dear Chase, I'm sorry I've been so elusive these last couple of days, as the last thing on earth I want to do is leave my former Ghost Troop chaplain waiting when he wants to meet. Alas, though, I can't help it! My cell phone has been misbehaving, and I just received your kind messages inviting me into Houston to have some coffee at one of our old hang-outs. I was wondering whether you were still coming to Houston for a brief annual visit, and appreciate that, now that you're here, everyone in the Bayou City wants a bit of your time! The majority of the "official" world likes to say that I'm an off-beat, off-base ex-intelligence officer, but the fact that the Ambassador to Qatar would favor me with repeated calls to get together and discuss infowar argues strongly to the contrary, and for this continued distinction from you I’m most grateful! As Ghost Troop has enjoyed a great recruiting spell lately, there are many readers to our ongoing and open correspondence who don't know you yet, so allow me to make introductions: