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January 31, 2012 | by James Arger

Drawing a blank

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I’ve been sitting at my desk for the better part of two hours, trying to begin this post in the level-headed tone of an efficient journalist. I’ve tried, but I can’t. I said it here, I had doubts about John Johnson (as that’s the name I’ve been authorized to use around here) and the documents he provided. Not any more.
One thing’s for sure: he has access to some pretty confidential stuff. Obviously, cross-checking this kind of data is always tricky — it’s not as if you can go to the library and look things up. But there are ways to do it, feelers to be sent, keywords to cross-check, maybe the odd phone call.
Everything seems legit, fitting right in with everything else we’ve been publishing over the past months. Everything except for Charles G. Brown being alive and dead at the same time…

Welcome to Warmongers, inc.
Welcome to the real world.

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January 31, 2012


  1. Interesting stuff there, don’t you think, Arger? Wonder what your readers will think of that…

  2. James, this is pretty incriminating stuff there. Any reaction on your part?

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