911 Illuminati Front Man Bill Maher 'Handles' a Heckler
[Editor's Note: After I re posted this article from rense.com, I found many videos at youTube showing Bill Maher in action during his show playing the role of foul mouthed host and bouncer with tough guy lyrics like "I'll kick your ass out of here myself" when confronted with an audience that apparently was top heavy with 911 truth seekers who made it evident that they weren't going to lie down for his "shut up and just listen" posturing.
It's simply amazing to hear this guy -who I thought was intelligent- regurgitate the Popular Mechanics version of what happened on 911.
I'd like to venture a prediction here: Bill Maher's popularity and career are going to go into the toilet (which seems to be the appropriate place in any event) due to intensified hectoring from 911 truth advocates. He's on a career slide and the 'tough guy' doesn't know it yet. Here's the url: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wUg1LJXtkg&NR=1
. ...Ken Adachi]
From Zan Overall
October 23, 2007
Brutal Treatment Given
Bill Maher Audience Protester
There is quite a story about what happened to the man who was ejected forcibly. I got what I am writing first hand from the man involved. He does not want his name used.
Other demonstrators were escorted out, without incident. Because he was the first to speak out he bore the brunt of the anger from the people associated with the show. He saw people come down from the stage and head towards him. I had assumed that he was ejected by security guards but he tells me that most of the people ejecting him were crew people from the show. Some of them were well dressed and he assumed they were producers of some kind. He says there may have been one security guard in the "posse." that ejected him.
Once outside the show, on an outdoor balcony, near the ledge, he was taken to the ground roughly. He was handcuffed (by civilians). Someone put a knee in his back to hold him down. He said they twisted him like a pretzel. It is fortunate he did not have serious injuries. By the way, he is not a large man. You might call him slight. He would appear to have grounds for a lawsuit
This kind of treatment for a mere heckler is insane. Not normal. I think, since crew people from the show were involved, it is a reflection of the fanatical anger Bill Maher has for anyone doubting the official story on 9/11. It looks like a case of lackeys doing what the boss would want. After all, they heard him say, "I'm going to come down there and kick your ass outta here!" Big Bad Bill arrived after the heckler was well controlled by others. Our hero!
Here is an exact quote directed (I would presume by someone from the show) to a man who protested later: "Don't be gentle. Ass kicking is what's called for." (This comment is said to have come from Maher, himself. -ed)
I know that security guards are cautioned not to even touch someone they are confronting unless absolutely necessary. And these were "civilians!" They must have seen the "Andy Griffin" show where Jim Neighbors would yell "Citizen's arrest! Citizen's arrest!" at Don Knotts.
The employers of security guards are afraid of suits. The Bill Maher Show laid themselves open to such a suit.
The man involved (let's call him CH----comedian heckler----for short) said the most brutal person was a stagehand type -------casual work clothes----long hair. I believe CH said his name may have been "Chris." This man talked to him on the ground. Told him that he would be in jail all weekend. Told him that some black guy was going to f--- him. Told him the cell will smell like p-ss.
CH said that some of the people standing around, obviously from the show, were sayng to "Chris" to "take it easy." They must have been worried about the unnecessary physical and verbal assault "Chris" was committing.
Through all this CH kept repeating: "I heckled a comedian. That's all I did. I heckled a comedian!"
CH is a cool guy who kept his head. While he was still in his seat, he saw the posse coming and said to himself "I might as well get a few more licks in." He yelled out, "Building Seven came down faster than the Sands in New Jersey" (referencing a hotel that had been demolished and shown on TV the day before).
He must have been heard because one of the panel members made an inane remark about the panelist being "from New Jersey." None of the guests used this happening to go into any kind of meaningful discussion----certainly not about 9/11 itself. Until finally, after multiple interruptions by additional audience members, Maher eventually did tell his panel and the audience what the demonstration was about. He explained that the people who had been protesting to him (on this and previous occasions) believed that the buildings came down as "controlled demolitions." Thanks, Bill Maher for getting those words on national TV!
CH also got in one more zinger directed at Chris Matthews whose slogan is: "I promise not to let anything get by me." CH yelled out, "Chris Matthews, you said 'I promise not to let anything get by me.'" CH's glasses were knocked from his head when he was grabbed. They were returned later.
The police didn't get there for about 30 minutes according to CH's recollection. When they got there they were very courteous and asked if CH was hurt. They gave CH their cards and told him to contact them if injuries developed. He was sore later but as far as he knows, no serious injuries occurred. The police immediately removed the ridiculous handcuffs.
CH told the police about the abuse he had received, describing the chief culprit. The police went to interview "Chris." CH does not know what was said.
You can all draw your own conclusions from this ugly incident. I'll close with a copy of the message I sent to HBO and the Bill Maher Show.
HBO and the Bill Maher show:
You should be aware of the very unnecessarily brutal treatment given the first protester who was ejected. He was assaulted by members of the crew, thrown to the ground with a knee placed on his back. He is not a large man. Members of the crew also verbally assaulted him saying he would spend the weekend in jail and be f------- by some black man. This is outrageous and VERY unwise on the part of the Maher show.
The ejectee kept saying, "I heckled a comedian!" Does that call for a knee in the back in this country these days?......The police were very cool and professional. They did not arrest the man and interviewed the crew member who had been most brutal.
A word to the wise. (Mention it to your lawyers). I would make an appeal to Bill Maher's better judgement asking him to put someone on the show who could represent the MILLIONS of people who do not believe the official fairy tale about 9/11 but I don't think much of Bill Maher's judgement.
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