Ex-FBI Agent/Whistleblower's
Son Framed For Murder
Former FBI Agent And Whistle Blower's
Son Framed For Murder He Didn't Commit

By Greg Szymanski
John Peeler has "all the dirty goods" on the U.S. government's covert operations to kill New World Order foes, as well as the hidden details behind Waco, Oklahoma City and 9/11.
18 Mar 2006
John Peeler has been called a "jack boot thug" more than once in his life, even calling himself "the worst of the worst" for the downright "dirty assignments" he took on as a longtime FBI agent.
Peeler, who saw it all so to speak, worked behind the scenes or had inside information about Waco, Ruby Ridge, Oklahoma City and 9/11.
For years, the veteran undercover FBI agent worked underground basically as a hit man or infiltrator, trying to nip in the bud any patriot or militia movement threatening the New World Order agenda, being privy to exactly how the government staged terrorist events like Oklahoma City and 9/11 in order to further the Illuminati agenda leading to World War III and the destruction of the West.
"I was basically one of them, a part of the New World Order," said Peeler this week on Greg Szymanski's radio show, The Investigative Journal, where a complete audio version of Peeler's shocking testimony can be heard at
"I had a deep loyalty for America and justified my actions by thinking I was protecting my country. For a long time, I just didn't understand how the people giving the orders, including those in the White House, were deceitful, corrupt and actually trying to bring about the destruction of America.
"After 9/11, I started putting the pieces together, started connecting the dots and now fully realize from the firsthand facts I obtained while working for the FBI that Oklahoma City and 9/11 were inside jobs.
"I know firsthand Timothy McVeigh was a patsie, working for the government. I also believe he is still alive today and living high off the hog on some island somewhere."
For rest of story and more informative articles, go to



This Site Served by TheHostPros