Tuesday Aug 21, 201212:31 PM GMT
Former marine indefinitely detained over 9/11 Facebook posts
Tue Aug 21, 2012 12:29PM
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Former marine Brandon Raub

Former marine Brandon Raub was carted off by the Feds and locked in a psychiatric ward for his Facebook posts questioning the government’s version of 9/11.


Raub’s attorney - the head of the non-partisan civil rights law firm The Rutherford Institute - points out that Raub is being indefinitely detained.


"I'm currently in John Randolph in the psychiatric ward being held against my will," Brandon Raub, 26, said in a telephone interview with the Times-Dispatch.


The attorney also said, “For government officials to not only arrest Brandon Raub for doing nothing more than exercising his First Amendment rights but to actually force him to undergo psychological evaluations and detain him against his will goes against every constitutional principle this country was founded upon. This should be a wake-up call to Americans that the police state is here.” Prison Planet





Raub isn’t the first person who has suffered this fate.  Claire Swinney was also held in a psychiatric ward and called “delusional” for claiming government liability for 9/11.   Others have been committed for the same reason over the last decade. washingtonsblog.com


Both the FBI and Secret Service said Raub was not arrested or charged, but the Rutherford Institute statement points out that "if the police have put handcuffs on you and you’re being held against your will, that qualifies as an arrest." Business Insider


Many sociologists and mental health professionals say that those who believe the official version without any questioning are the ones suffering from psychological defense mechanisms. washingtonsblog.com


Many of the 9/11 Commissioners themselves say that the government has covered up the state sponsorship of the 9/11 hijackers, and al Qaeda flying planes into the World Trade Center and Pentagon was entirely foreseeable. prisonplanet.com




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