(PRWEB) December 15, 2000
Writing in his column, "Behind the Scenes in the Beltway," government whistle-blower Al Martin reminds his readers that an old October Surprise operative, C. Boyden Gray, has become part of the Bush-Cheney team in the Florida Election Fraud Fiasco.
"Bush-Cheney's attorney and George Bush Sr.'s personal attorney, as well as presidential attorney C. Boyden Gray is the famous 'Charles Smith' of the October Surprise scandal," he writes.
October Surprise was the name given to a scheme which corrupted the 1980 presidential election by bribing the Iranians who held 52 American prisoners hostage Teheran.
The intent of this successful plot was to alter the presidential election -- to bring about the defeat of President Jimmy Carter and to elect the Reagan-Bush ticket by withholding the release of the Amerfican hostages until after the election.
"Gray's prominent facial feature, i.e., his big nose, was remembered by hotel clerks in Paris and Madrid, and it led to the busting open of the October Surprise Scandal," writes Martin.
"Gray went along with George Bush Sr. and others to those meetings in Paris and Madrid in 1980 with Iranian officials."
In other words, Gray, who was part of the October Surprise criminal conspiracy to steal the 1980 election, is now a Bush-Cheney Team 2000 member.
"The Bush-Cheney Team now has the old crowd of perjurers and liars, continues Martin. "Cheney came right out and said on MSNBC, as far as he was concerned, the first thing he wanted to do was to stop a current GAO audit of Department of Defense expenditures in the Redstone Arsenal and the Central Missile Command Base in Huntsville, Alabama."
"GAO has had an ongoing investigation of corruption. The first thing Cheney wants to do as Vice President is stop the investigation."
The column made its debut online in November, exclusively on Al Martin Raw (http://www.almartinraw.com)