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Debate Monday

October 5, 2009

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  • Mark Levine October 7, 2009 2:46 pm

    Hi Karl,

    I don’t know why Mozilla Firefox would give that warning. That’s awful and I’d like to know where it comes from. If you could find out why Mozilla says so, I would really appreciate it. (Whoever reported me has libeled my website which has never had a harmful download in its six plus year history.) I can tell you this. I use Mozilla Firefox frequently and it has never reported my website to me like this.

    But I do know why you can’t download the March 2005 interview. The reason is simple. In the four and a half years since that interview, I have changed my server that stores my shows so the link is out of date. Few people request a show from more than four years ago, so I don’t updated all my old links unless a request is made.

    Please email me at Mark@RadioInsideScoop.com if you’re still interested. And I’ll do my best to find and email you that interview. (It may take me a day or two to retrieve it.)

  • Karl LeMay October 6, 2009 7:54 pm

    Your website has been falsely reported for having harmful downloads, and may have been hacked, too.

    TO: Mark Levine of Inside Scoop.

    http://radioinsidescoop.com/?p=280

    I have been trying to get to the MP3 for Sibel Edmonds interview, March 7th, 2005.

    http://www.mytalkradio.com/InsideScoops/InsideScoop3-7-05.mp3

    In Mozilla Firefox, I get a warning that this is a “reported dangerous website with harmful downloads.” When I click on “download anyway”, my browser does NOT download it anyway.

    In the Opera browser, it reads “blank page” but never stops trying to load.

    In Microsloth Internet Exploder browser, it just fails to load the page and gives the message “Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage.”

    It seems that someone has the page flagged as harmful and/or has hacked the pages.

    Mainstream media is trying to kill the Sibel Edmonds story. I know for a fact that Public Radio knows about the story and is sitting on it. Now Mr. Levine’s “Inside Scoop” website cannot download the archived interview.

    This seems suspicious of black ops hacking to me. Either that, or this site is infected with something that destroyed the Sibel Edmonds download.

  • ELI October 5, 2009 8:59 pm

    Wikipedia, you a tool for distorted liberal ideology.

  • ELI October 5, 2009 8:57 pm

    Mark Levine is great and correct in his his advocacy. Wikipedia is sucks.