Sunday, July 29, 2007

Korey Rowe Released - Michael Moore Subpoenaed


Filmmaker Michael Moore revealed on Thursday's "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno that the Bush Administration had served him with a subpoena regarding his recent trip to Cuba made as part of his new film, Sicko.

...Moore declared that the subpoena was unwarranted, saying, "this was a work of journalism."
"I was there to help them and now I’m going to face this further harassment from the Bush people," Moore said, according to a
transcript. “Aren’t they busy with something else?"

As for Korey Rowe's arrest, the producer of "Loose Change" confirms through mobile phone video that he has now been released after his arrest ...which Rowe and many others believe was politically motivated. Rowe provided the Oneonta, NY police with his discharge papers which apparently weren't good enough. He was then sent to his former Kentucky base and immediately released after showing the same papers.

It's clear to see that both situations are politically motivated. Moore's "Sicko" is opening the eyes of many to the state of health care in the US, and Rowe's updated version of "Loose Change" is soon to be released. I'll be waiting for FAUX News to try to discredit Rowe in the upcoming weeks as a deserter. Look for Sean Hannity or Bill O'Reilly to flaunt headlines in the news showing Rowe's arrest with absolutely no regard for a followup story on his release.