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AquinaxAquinax Posts: 5 Inactive
edited June 2018 in A Question of English
This is a radio interview of Christopher Bollyn by Daryl Bradford Smith - soundcloud.com/user-46228022/2006-11-04-sat-christopher-bollyn-exposes-the-chertoff-family-as-hard-core-zionists#t=20:41

I cannot understand one word used in the conversation. In the transcript below, the word is substituted with underscores. What exactly is it?

Bollyn: And one of the Chertoffs was an arsonist, and would bring baby buggies soaked with kerosene into tenement houses in New York, and then light the baby buggy. I don't remember , his name was Louis ... There was another one, who was a [ fl______ (flight?) burner ], so they seem to be an incendiary group. So, there was a ______ burner, and he was involved with the group, I think, it's called "The Internationalists", back in 1917.
Smith: Ties to communism, if you will?
Bollyn: Yeah, yeah, absolutely, the "international movement", and they went through a legal process in New York for burning the US flag.
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