Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Cuban conspiracy

I can't claim to be following the Mark Cuban insider trading story. But I noticed this at HuffPo, and pass it along for the pleasure of conspiracy buffs:

Later in the day the complaint was filed and after Mr. Cuban posted his rebuttal, an item appeared on a New York Times blog that makes me understand why Mr. Cuban seems to be throwing caution to the wind and making his accusation. In what the Times characterized as a "purported email" from an SEC staffer to Mr. Cuban, it is revealed that there was bad blood between the agency and Cuban not just as a result of the accusations about his sale of stock in mamma.com. Cuban is taken to task for his financial backing of the series of documentaries entitled, "Loose Change." The films set forth a case for a conspiracy among individuals in the U.S. government to bring about the destruction of the World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001.


Scooter said...

Loose Change is produced by a guy named Alex Jones who lives here in Austin. He's at the forefront of the 911 Truther movement. I listen to his Sunday afternoon radio show occasionally for grins. Big New World Order Guy.

love johnson said...

They were discussing the Cuban situation this morning on The Ticket. At one point they brought up the Loose Change aspect and at first poo pooed it, then thought that there might be something to it, since this trading took place 4 years ago and the charges are just now being brought out.

I, of course, think that it is ALL related to Loose Change.