A 9/11 truth organization supporting and attempting to speak with Rosie O’Donnell about her recent comments regarding the September 11 attacks outside the ABC studios were harassed and intimidated by New York City police, a scene that caused O’Donnell to prematurely leave.
O’Donnell has been attacked by Neo-Con webzines over the last few days but completely ignored by the corporate media for controversial comments questioning the official 9/11 story.
Police were out in force to harass a group of about twenty 9/11 truth movement activists, led by Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change, telling them to take down signs, turn off video cameras and cell phones, checking ID’s and taking information – despite the fact that they were simply news gathering and exercising their first amendment.
Officers were uncomfortable that their own image would be caught on camera, despite their demands for information from the group and a myriad of surveillance cameras pointed at the protesters from police cars and nearby buildings.
Cops soon asked the small party to leave, yelling at them “the party’s over,” but Rudkowski and his cameramen withstood the intimidation and refused to go, despite being aggressively questioned on numerous occasions.
Eventually, an ABC representative emerged to inform the group that O’Donnell had left as a consequence of the police presence.
A New York Post reporter was also outside the studios attempting to talk to O’Donnell after she reportedly mentioned 9/11 truth again on her show today. It remains to be seen whether the statement is edited out of the episode which is set to air tomorrow, but sources inside The View expect that to be the case.