| July 16, 2008 at 12:42 am
On Monday 14th July 2008, Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and Managing Director of News Corporation, which owns The Wall Street Journal, was issued with a direct death threat, face-to-face, by covert agents working for the Bush White House. He was told that he and his family would be terminated if he allowed his WSJ journalists to publish the truth about the Freddie Mac pension fund. The journos had discovered that the Freddie Mac pension plan funds do not exist. Goldman Sachs, the custodian for the Freddie Mac Pension plan, had used the funds to support its derivatives business when Henry Paulson, the US Treasury Secretary, was Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs.