March 14, 2002, copvcia.com, Breaking News; US Naval Officer Who Wrote Advance Warnings of 9-11 Ordered Freed On Bail While Lawyers Not Present; Judge Makes Public the Address Where “Mike” Vreeland Will Be Living and Orders Curfew Hours – The Same Order In 1986 Led To the Public Execution Of Intelligence Operative and Drug Smuggler, Barry Seal, by Mike Ruppert, Archived,
TORONTO, LOS ANGELES, 3 PM PST – (FTW)
This morning, a man who claims to be a US Naval officer and who, as acknowledged by Canadian authorities, wrote an advance warning of the September 11 attacks, was ordered released on bail by Mr. Justice Hamilton, presiding over a surprise bail hearing in the case. As he ordered bail, in response to a previously filed motion filed last month by Vreeland, Hamilton entered into public record and announced in open court the address of a Toronto apartment belonging to Vreeland’s mother where Vreeland is ordered to reside. Curfew hours were set between 7 P.M. and 7 A.M.
Vreeland’s attorney, Paul Slansky was not present when the judge rendered his decision. FTW has learned that Vreeland’s attorneys were caught completely off guard by the latest development in a case that is beginning to attract worldwide attention.
FTW Canadian correspondent Greta Knutsen was present in the courtroom and stated that the judge was stern with Vreeland and indicated that he did not have much faith that Vreeland would successfully complete the terms of bail.
The judge’s opinion may have more than one meaning.
In 1986, U.S. drug dealer and acknowledged intelligence operative Barry Seal was released on bail from federal custody in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and ordered to reside at a halfway house, the address of which was made public. Within days he was gunned down in a hail of bullets outside the residence by an assassination team, members of which were subsequently linked to Iran-Contra figure Oliver North and Colombian and CIA covert drug operations.
Yesterday, the prestigious publication “The UN Observer” contacted FTW Publisher/Editor Mike Ruppert, asked for and obtained permission to reprint our earlier stories on the Vreeland case. Vreeland’s assertions, based upon documentary evidence and continuing court proceedings have steadily been gaining credibility in spite of unfounded and meritless attacks by U.S. media that have failed to address any of the specific documentation in the case.