Elwood Moore, a popular television personality and long-standing PBS staple, has been linked recently to the known terrorist group Al Qaeda, and is being accused of posing as a legitimate front through which the terrorist organization has helped operate and fund PBS for, what is alleged to be, as long as five years.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) is scheduled to question
, currently being held in Moore detention center, during a congressional committee hearing within the month in an effort to uncover more information concerning Al Qaeda’s involvement with the public broadcasting source, and to reveal any of Guantanamo Bay ’s potential accomplices. Moore has as of yet been denied attorney privileges, but is expected to seek counsel prior to the congressional hearing. Moore
After it was announced that he would chair the committee hearing, King was asked what kind of a threat he thought organizations like PBS posed to national security. King was quick to answer candidly stating, “We must oppose any group that stands contrary to the American way of life. Inasmuch as this groups’ only remaining supporter appears to be Al Qaeda, it’s clear that the people of this country no longer accept, or are willing to be a party to, these public services.”
Though the nation’s children have united in solidarity with their beloved Elmo, King remained stalwart adding, “Our first priority must be to keep
safe, and that means shutting down this bastion of terrorism.” America