9/11 Opinion Poll on ScrippsNews Website Hacked - 2007 survey results redirect to porn site

Dear friends,

The news summary sent to our email list this morning (3/3/2009) provided the link to a 9/11 opinion poll on the respected ScrippsNews website. The Scripps Howard News Service/Ohio University poll on 9/11 showed that "nearly two-thirds of Americans think it is possible that some federal officials had specific warnings of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, but chose to ignore those warnings." This webpage also contained fascinating information from public opinion polls covering oil price manipulations, the Kennedy assassination, UFOs, and more.

Shortly after sending this morning's email, we received a message from one of our valued subscribers informing us that when he clicked on the link in our email to the webpage with the 9/11 poll, a porn website appeared. I verified that our link in the email to the ScrippsNews website at (Caution: the link does indeed go to a porn site, definitely NSFW. - rep.) - www.scrippsnews.com/node/28533 is correct, yet it now redirects to a porn website. (Link appears to have been fixed as it worked correctly when I just tried it /StingRay). If you check www.scrippsnews.com, you will see that this is the respected website of ScrippsNews. Yet only the one page on their website at the first link above appears to have been hacked.

The amazing news about this is that Tod Fletcher, who compiled this news summary for us, checked this link just a couple days ago and is certain that it was working fine then. It appears that someone is monitoring our email list and didn't want you to go to that webpage. Isn't it interesting that some person or group doesn't want people to see the results of this 9/11 poll?

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