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September 23, 2012

Stolen Election
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Richard speaks with a rogue investigative reporter and author about his year-long investigation which revealed a systematic program of "GOP vote tampering" on a massive scale. Then - why and how did 1500 sheep go missing from an English farm? And a new film explores the illusion of American democracy. We speak with the film's director.
Episode Segments:
The Conspiracy Show: Stolen Election

Christopher Macbride is the director of a new a feature film entitled “The Conspiracy” that uses a strong blend of fiction and allegory to explore the issue of illusory democracy. The film is a fictional thriller, but Macbride explains he's gone to great lengths to incorporate real world issues that never seem to make it into the mainstream.

Then, investigative reporter and author Greg Palast talks about his year-long investigation which revealed a systematic program of "GOP vote tampering" on a massive scale. Among his many findings: In 2008, no fewer than 2,706,275 ballots were cast—and never counted. And, in 2008, no fewer than 3,195,539 legal voters were denied the right to vote. That’s at least 5,901,814 legitimate votes and voters tossed out of the count. Over 22 million names were purged from voter rolls in the last two years.
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The Conspiracy Show: Bizarre UK animal Mutilations

Richard and Victor Viggiani, communications director Zland News Network, welcome British filmmaker and researcher Richard D. Hall, who conducted personal research into the case of 1500 sheep that went missing overnight from a farm in England last year. When all the evidence is put together there is a very convincing case to suggest beyond reasonable doubt that this was an alien related incident.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Greg Palast
Greg Palast is the author of Billionaires and Ballot Bandits (out on September 18), Vultures’ Picnic and the New York Times bestsellers, Armed Madhouse and The Best Democracy Money Can Buy. When Palast, an investigator of corporate fraud and racketeering, turned his skills to journalism, he was quickly recognized as, “The most important investigative reporter of our time” [Tribune Magazine] in Britain, where his first reports appeared on BBC television and in the Guardian newspapers.Palast is best known in his native USA as the journalist who, for the Observer (UK), broke the story of how Jeb Bush purged thousands of Black Florida citizens from voter rolls before the 2000 election, thereby handing the White House to his brother George. His reports on the theft of election 2004, the spike of the FBI investigations of the bin Ladens before September 11, the secret State Department documents planning the seizure of Iraq’s oil fields have won him a record six “Project Censored” for reporting the news American media doesn’t want you to hear. “The top investigative journalist in the United States is persona non grata in his own country’s media.” [Asia Times.] He returned to America to report for Harper’s Magazine.

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Richard D. Hall
Richard D. Hall is a graduate of Newcastle University with a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. After 12 years working for Rolls Royce as a software development engineer, he left his job to work as a freelance IT Consultant. He first became interested in the UFO phenomenon in the early 1990’s when he learned about Bob Lazar and his involvement in the back engineering of a UFO owned by the U.S. government. Frustrated that the E.T. reality is not correctly represented in the mainstream media, in 2007 Richard launched the website In May 2008 Richard started a campaign appearing on radio programmes all over the UK to promote the UFO subject. He writes a UFO column in a local newspaper and has produced and presented 2 series of television programmes for Sky 200 about UFOs. His latest documentary “Silent Killers”, tells the story of animal mutilation in the U.K., in which it is proved that the government are actively covering up this phenomena.