Tuesday, July 10, 2007

9/11 Truth Graffiti Covers Arkansas Court House; Makes Frontpage News

Aaron Dykes / Jones Report July 10, 2007
9/11 Truth gets front page coverage in an Arkansas daily by way of a story about "conspiracy theory" graffiti.
The Benton County Daily Record printed a prominent picture showing the front door of the courthouse covered in spraypaint reading "9-11 was an inside job."
The paper also reported that "more messages were left: 'Google= terror storm,' and 'www.infowars.com,' and 'Bush knew 9-11 was an inside job.'
No word as to whether the graffiti was cleaned-up before court officials, lawyers and others would see the prominent messages, but coverage in local media no doubt aided in spreading the message throughout the Northwest Arkansas area.
The Benton County Daily Record reported (June 25, 2007)
Spraypainting PoliticsThe historic Benton County Courthouse was tagged with graffiti over the weekend
Bentonville-- Someone used the Benton County Courthouse and Courthouse Annex to get his or her message across over the weekend.
"9-11 was an inside job," was scrawled in silver spray paint on the front window and bricks of the main Courthouse at 102 N.E. A St., Friday night or ealry Saturday morning. The same message was written on the front wall of the Courthouse Annex at 201 N.E. 2nd St.
On the east wall of the Courthouse Annex, more messages, were left: "Google= terror storm," and "www.infowars.com" and "Bush knw 9-11 was an inside job."
Bentonville Police Chief James Allen said Sunday afternoon he did not know anything about the graffiti.
No other graffiti has been reported at this time.