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 1.  The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #1: The Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

Smith, Abner B001BXUPD2 Zine/Pamphlet

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Abner wrote this booklet/zine about the involvement of the CIA and FBI in the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. It also talks about tons of disregarded evidence, discredited witnesses, and the dismissal of any testimony that disagrees with the official one - that James Earl Ray killed Martin Luther King alone. Artwork by Keith Rosson and Sarah Oleksyk. 
Price: 2.00 USD

 2.  The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #2: Chemical Biological Weapons, CIA Documents About the AIDS Virus, & "Cures" Killing Faster Than AIDS!

Smith, Abner Zine/Pamphlet

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This zine explains the history of US chemical biological testing and development, how the HIV virus cannot scientifically be related to AIDS, CIA and military documents requesting the creation of a virus with the clinical description of AIDS, and how AIDS death statistics have been inflated for the last 20 years when the supposed miracle cure drugs kill the patients even faster than AIDS. 
Price: 2.00 USD

 3.  The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #4: The FBI Assassination of Puerto Rican Independence Leader Filiberto Ojeda Rios

Smith, Abner Zine/Pamphlet

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Friday, September 23, 2005 - The FBI fired over 120 bullets into the home of Puerto Rican independence leader Filiberto Ojeda Rios. Autopsy reports show that he bled to death from a gunshot wound to his shoulder. The FBI considered Ojeda Rios the head of a domestic terrorist group - the militant Puerto Rican independence group Los Macheteros and he was their most wanted man until 9/11. But in Puerto Rico he has long been viewed as a hero and now many Puerto Ricans of all political stripes have questioned the FBI's actions, especially because the shooting took place on the anniversary of an 1868 uprising against imposed Spanish rule. Puerto Rico is an illegal occupation of the US and under international law, the actions of the US are terrorism and the Puerto Ricans are freedom fighters. Amnesty International said that the killing should be considered an extra-judicial execution if the FBI deliberately killed Ojeda Rios or deliberately left him to die, when they could have arrested him. Why didn't we hear about any of this on the nightly news? If agencies of the US government are still carrying out vigilante justice like they did in the 1960s, has anything changed? Artwork by Keith Rosson. 
Price: 2.00 USD



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