Friday, June 23, 2006

Korey Rowe Supports Threatening Lawyers, Exaggerates War Record

I was doing some research when I discovered a group called Veterans for 9/11 Truth, which I hope are more "veterans" than the scholars are “scholars”. I noticed this short interview with Looser Korey Rowe, also a veteran and gave it a quick listen.

At first he plays lawyer. I am not sure what law school he graduated from, but he should get his money back. From the 2:30 mark:

Essentially what is going on, although I can’t comment a lot, it is in a legal process right now but, uh essentially what happened is the Naudet brothers about 2 weeks ago saw Loose Change, didn’t like the representation of the material, got in contact with Paramount who owns the rights to their footage, and Paramount got in touch with a lawfirm that represents them, and sent us a very threatening letter, and which is actually enough to disbar a lawyer for doing that kind of thing. Just threatening us left and right, calling us all kinds of names, telling us we are doing things for the wrong reasons, making money off the deaths of people, and telling us that we had to take down the website, take the movie back from anyone we sold it to, make sure the copy is destroyed, remove every copy from the Internet, which is completely impossible.

Then he reveals how they decided to deceive the Naudet brothers, and got all excited when the nutjobs at the Loose Change Forum start threatening the lawyers (previously discussed here):

So what we did, we decided that we would make these people think we are going to comply, make these people think that we are going to go ahead and shut down. We took our website down, put up the lawsuit. We didn’t even put up their contact information, people went out and found it, put up their pictures, and their phone numbers, and had people call them. They called us and begged us to take this off of our site because they couldn’t handle the amounts of threats they were getting. And I said if you can’t handle it, take down the suit. (laughter) They actually haven’t come across and sued us yet, they did send us the first initially threatening letter.
Later, when asked what wars he served in, he replies:

Uhh, I was in the initial invasion of Afghanistan. I flew into Khandahar Airfield, took over Khandahar Airfield with the Rangers, and my unit, which was the 187th Rakkasans, the 101st Airborne. I came back, I did a 6 month short tour.
Uhh, no. You were not in the "initial invasion of Afghanistan". The initial invasion of Afghanistan was mostly conducted by the 5th Special Forces Group, with some support from the 10th Mountain Division, and the Marines. When Kabul fell on November 13th, 2001, you were still in training. The very first units of the 187 didn't get to Afghanistan until January 2002, some didn't get there until April.

Hey, it is great that you served, but be honest about it.

28 Comments:

At 23 June, 2006 04:15, Blogger apathoid said...

So what we did, we decided that we would make these people think we are going to comply, make these people think that we are going to go ahead and shut down....

Am I reading into this too much, or is this an admission to guilt?

LC is still being sold on Captains Pods site, maybe that what he's referring to?

 
At 23 June, 2006 04:24, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Korey has been the quiet one of the trinity, but it sure sounds like he is talking above his pay grade here.

Can anyone id' the opening footage of LC? The Helicopter shot of the Statue of Liberty?

Is it from the feature film Working Girl?
http://imdb.com/title/tt0096463/

If so, i think they want their footage paid for. Helicopter shots are expensive, and we know the just asking questions kids did this for Loooooose Change.

Serving in the Military gives you the short line to the pulpit, but it does not make you infallible.

"So what we did, we decided that we would make these people think we are going to comply, make these people think that we are going to go ahead and shut down."

Me thinks the S###storm is yet to be visited on the losers.

 
At 23 June, 2006 04:37, Blogger apathoid said...

From thedailystar link in the post.

What we were doing over there was important," Rowe said. "It's important not only for us, but for the rest of the world. Terrorism has to be dealt with."

Sept. 11 was something that directly affected every person in the U.S.," he said. "We had to go over there and get the terrorists. Some are still over there. Eventually it may be over, but not for a long time


Quite the change of heart he's had since his time in Afghanistan.

When did he become a tin-hatter?

 
At 23 June, 2006 04:43, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Could be that Korey could be flipped, if the light comes on in his head and he finds out he's being used by the other two.

At time he sounds like the more mature, but then he says bonehead things like :

". . . sent us a very threatening letter, and which is actually enough to disbar a lawyer for doing that kind of thing."

That's what they do to earn their pay Korey.

". . . and telling us that we had to take down the website, take the movie back from anyone we sold it to, make sure the copy is destroyed, remove every copy from the Internet, which is completely impossible."

Yup! That's what is called protecting your rights, and you can spend the rest of your life chasing down all those free copies. That's the idea.

Being digruntaled former military is nothing new - (See McClellan in Civil War) Giving the enemy an alibi, for 9/11 has another name.

Particularly dangerous when this war will sometimes be fought in a court room instead of the battle field.

 
At 23 June, 2006 04:54, Blogger apathoid said...

Could be that Korey could be flipped, if the light comes on in his head and he finds out he's being used by the other two.

Maybe, but all that exposure to his buddies has surely pushed him well beyond the CT event horizon which reads "All hope abandon ye who enter here".
Maybe, I'm being pessimistic, but I havent seen a CT flip-flop to the Dark Side yet.....

 
At 23 June, 2006 05:29, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Maybe, I'm being pessimistic, but I havent seen a CT flip-flop to the Dark Side yet.....

Finical Liability changes everything. Its a little wiff of brimstone. . .

 
At 23 June, 2006 05:30, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

yipes - make that Financial

 
At 23 June, 2006 06:15, Blogger JoanBasil said...

James,
Thank you for putting up this perfect, clear example of your nitpicking. You're bothered by the word "initial." Thats an "exaggeration" to you. Somebody had to be on the first boat to be "initial" and if he was on the second or third and there've now been a hundred (or whatever the number of rotations there've been), he shouldn't say "initial." Personally, I don't see your point at all. There are US service people from this current deployment still having to fight, still getting killed.

And they didn't play lawyer or threaten lawyers. The lawyers threatened them.

 
At 23 June, 2006 06:22, Blogger Chad said...

And they didn't play lawyer or threaten lawyers. The lawyers threatened them.

Very good Joan. You're right. The lawyers DID threaten them? And do we remember why?

Because they didn't get permission to use certain footage.

You nutbars then decided it'd be a really great idea to personally threaten the lawyer handling the case. Not because she did anything wrong or illegal. But because it was her job to follow through with Avery.

You see the difference?

 
At 23 June, 2006 06:29, Blogger apathoid said...

And they didn't play lawyer or threaten lawyers. The lawyers threatened them.

Well, they didnt themselves threaten the lawyers. However, their little army of loyalists DID threaten them.
Far be it from me to defend a lawyer, but I have a very difficult time believing that the law firm was threatening them(other than issuing a Cease & Desist letter) They're professionals, unlike the horde of 15-18 year olds trying to be a pain in the arse.

 
At 23 June, 2006 06:32, Blogger Abby Scott said...

Joan, there is a distinct difference between threatening someone with a lawsuit (Naudet brothers) and threatening someone with physical harm (loose change forum members).

 
At 23 June, 2006 06:44, Blogger telescopemerc said...

And they didn't play lawyer or threaten lawyers. The lawyers threatened them.

With legal action. Dylan's cult reacted with threats of violence. You could almost hear the panic in Dylan as he typed up messages telling them to calm down. One could almost hear the sound of a threatened racketeering and assult charge hanging around his neck.

His cult has more recently threatened Gravy, the one who wrote the LCRG. Nice bunch.

 
At 23 June, 2006 06:47, Blogger apathoid said...

His cult has more recently threatened Gravy, the one who wrote the LCRG. Nice bunch.

Can you say Branch Davidian?

The LC forum would be funny if it wasnt so sad. I have to remind myself that those are real people behind those messages. Sometimes, thats difficult to imagine..

 
At 23 June, 2006 06:58, Blogger JoanBasil said...

The lawyers that Paramount instigated to write Louder Than Words included threats in their letter, according to Mr. Rowe. They (and perhaps Paramount and the Naudets) got a taste of their own medicine and they didn't like it.

If they don't go through with the lawsuit, it just shows they made vicious threats to scare people.

 
At 23 June, 2006 07:00, Blogger CHF said...

I'm having a great time watching the "truth" movement panic as they try to reign in the violent, ultra-paranoid, Jew-hating elements in their ranks.

 
At 23 June, 2006 07:17, Blogger telescopemerc said...

The lawyers that Paramount instigated to write Louder Than Words included threats in their letter,

Threats of legal actions and fines. The letter was posted on the Loose Change website. Did you read it?


according to Mr. Rowe. They (and perhaps Paramount and the Naudets) got a taste of their own medicine and they didn't like it.


Mr Rowe retruend with physical threats and threats of violence. If he cannot discern the difference between the two actions he should not be allowed to roam free in society. The same applies to you if you cannot tell the difference.

If they don't go through with the lawsuit, it just shows they made vicious threats to scare people.

Or they may not go through with the lawsuit because Dylan complies with enough of their demands to satisfy them.

You're not very clear on how this 'law' thing works, are you?

 
At 23 June, 2006 07:22, Blogger Abby Scott said...

Joan maybe this will make things clear.

I am allowed to say "If you steal my stuff, I will have you arrested."

It is a threat. And it is justified.

I am not allowed to say "If you have me arrested I'll punch you in the face and have my friends stalk you and your family."

That is also a threat. And illegal and unjustified.


Can you see the difference?

 
At 23 June, 2006 07:24, Blogger Alex said...

"Thank you for putting up this perfect, clear example of your nitpicking. You're bothered by the word "initial." Thats an "exaggeration" to you. Somebody had to be on the first boat to be "initial" and if he was on the second or third and there've now been a hundred (or whatever the number of rotations there've been), he shouldn't say "initial." Personally, I don't see your point at all."

That's because you're an idiot. If I were to claim that I was the first man to master powered flight whn in fact I simply flew a Cesna a few days ago, I'd say the Wright Brothers would have a pretty good reason to kick my ass, and everyone else would have a very good reason to laugh and call me a liar.

Here's what he claimed:

Uhh, I was in the initial invasion of Afghanistan. I flew into Khandahar Airfield, took over Khandahar Airfield with the Rangers, and my unit, which was the 187th Rakkasans, the 101st Airborne.

In other words, he lied about being on the initial invasion, and he lied about invading and securing Khandahar Airfield. In the military, this is a HUGE thing. You don't lie anout your qualifications or experiences, or if you do you make damn sure there's no way you canbe found out. Otherwise you end up a discredited laughing stock, and probably end up quiting as soon as you possibly can. Reason being: if you're going to lie about your qualifications and experiences, how can anyone ever trust you again? Trust, once lost, is a difficult thing to reclaim.

 
At 23 June, 2006 07:43, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Kind of like saying:

"I was born outside of Paris."

Fact check -

"I was born in Hoboken New Jersey."

Both are true - one is misleading.

 
At 23 June, 2006 09:15, Blogger nesNYC said...

Anyway, I suggested a boycott of Paramount products and am ready to organize it if shit hits the fan for the LC crew. I always felt to complain and threaten people was wrong but hey, some people did this independent of the producers and as long as they are not involved, more power to those who did this. If they are so bold as to carry this out, then they are surely prepared to face the consequences. I don't think too much will come out of the Naudet Bros. issue. But if it does, a lot of us will stir the shit pot. I'm sure the PTB are aware.

 
At 23 June, 2006 09:49, Blogger Alex said...

I always felt to complain and threaten people was wrong but hey, some people did this independent of the producers and as long as they are not involved, more power to those who did this.

Right. That's the same thing as saying "I always felt that rape was wrong, but hey, as long as the LC guys aren't involved, more power to the rapists!"

Nice logic. No wonder all your conspiracy theories contradict eachother.

 
At 23 June, 2006 10:28, Blogger nesNYC said...

Right. That's the same thing as saying "I always felt that rape was wrong, but hey, as long as the LC guys aren't involved, more power to the rapists!"

Nice logic. No wonder all your conspiracy theories contradict eachother.


Oh yeah, you're a bastion of logic there. How does rape compare to this issue? Are you part of NAMBLA now?

 
At 23 June, 2006 11:02, Blogger Nutman said...

I've never heard of NAMBLA before and i'm disturbed to see that their are people out there like that. But ironicly that was the same exact thought i had the first time I ever came across a site that claimed 9/11 was an inside job, disturbed that there are people like that out there.

 
At 23 June, 2006 12:14, Blogger nesNYC said...

I've never heard of NAMBLA before and i'm disturbed to see that their are people out there like that. But ironicly that was the same exact thought i had the first time I ever came across a site that claimed 9/11 was an inside job, disturbed that there are people like that out there.

You should also know that Globalist leaders accept and promote that kind perversion. I even think the UN has legitimized these perverts.

 
At 23 June, 2006 12:32, Blogger Alex said...

*sigh*

You know as soon as I hit the "publish" button, I just KNEW I'd have to brak it down into small pieces for ya.

Alright let me explain:

You said
"I always felt to complain and threaten people was wrong"

So we've established that you're against complaining and thretening people.

Then in the same sentence you say
"as long as they are not involved, more power to those who did this."

So now all of a sudden you're cheering people on for doing something you feel is wrong.

Now if you can't understand how my statement is relevant to that, you need serious help. It's a representation of your position, but taken to the next level. "I oppose this thing, unless this happens, in which case it's ok". So "I always felt that rape was wrong, but hey, as long as the LC guys aren't involved, more power to the rapists!", or "I oppose genocide unless you're killing JOOOOS, in which case....GREAT!".

 
At 23 June, 2006 16:22, Blogger shawn said...

Are you part of NAMBLA now?

The North American Marlon Brando Look-Alikes?

 
At 24 June, 2006 22:59, Blogger default.xbe said...

http://azo.tea-nifty.com/comomola/images/nambla2.jpg

 
At 21 February, 2010 16:37, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is in response to a comment i saw about the initial invastion. The 187 Task Force went over there in different phases. The first of these included 1st and 2nd Btns, and 3rd arrived late. 1st and 2nd Btns WERE in Operation Anaconda, considered the "initial invasion" as it was the largest use of conventional forces in a ground campaign since the Vietnam war. I was there also, i was in 3rd Btn.

 

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