A Survey of Writings on the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ French Cartoon Magazine Attacks – Truth Troubadour Blog: Questions about the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ cartoon magazine attacks and Police Commissioner Helric Frédou’s ‘Suicide” are covered in depth by many astute writers. Here is a survey of some of them compiled in a blog titled “I am not Charlie Hebdo! Je suis Helric Frédou!” at Truth Troubadour Blog 2-18-15 by Vic Sadot. A survey of investigative writing about the attacks on the political cartoon magazine in Paris Jan 7, 2015, the governing media’s coverage, the government’s rapid use of the event, and the questions raised about the official story. The Chief investigator Helric Frédou was said to have committed suicide on the night of the event. The media barely covered that when compared to the frenzy of coverage of the mighty “Je Suis Charlie” PR campaign and Jeanette Bougrab, a famous French minister in the Sarkozy regime who claimed to have been the lover for the past three years of editor Stephane Charbonnier (“Charb”) in spite of the family’s denials of such a relationship. There was no lack of investigative writing on this event that could become France’s 9/11, an excuse for more war in Syria, Libya, and other areas in Africa, and a French version of the USA “Patriot Repression Act” can be expected. #JeNeSuisPasCharlie #JeSuisHelricFredou!

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Questions about the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ cartoon magazine attacks and Police Commissioner Helric Frédou’s ‘Suicide” are covered in depth by many astute writers. Here is a survey of some of them compiled in a blog titled “I am not Charlie Hebdo! Je suis Helric Frédou!” at Truth Troubadour Blog 2-18-15 by Vic Sadot. A survey of investigative writing about the attacks on the political cartoon magazine in Paris Jan 7, 2015, the governing media’s coverage, the government’s rapid use of the event, and the questions raised about the official story. The Chief investigator Helric Frédou was said to have committed suicide on the night of the event. The media barely covered that when compared to the frenzy of coverage of the mighty “Je Suis Charlie” PR campaign and Jeanette Bougrab, a famous French minister in the Sarkozy regime who claimed…

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