I'm also against Internet censorship but that's a whole different debate Lazoglu bro.
who owns those reconnaissance satellite and communications, either the gov or Rupert Murdock.
Not entirely true. Sure, the US has the world's highest presence in space, hundreds of active satellites at this very moment. But it's not the only country to have satellites.
Russia, the first country to ever launch a satellite (Sputnik) is also highly present in space and so do China, ESA including France (who built and launched our existing Turksat series - Aerospatiale), Germany, Spain, Italy (Alenia is building our first Turkish reconnaissance satellite Gokturk) and others, as well as Japan and India (with their own space-launch capabilities). Some of these countries don't exactly always have the best alignment of interests with the US. Don't you think they would want to expose such a humongous wrongdoing of the US government to shake the American people's faith and trust in their leaders and military?
Think of the Russians with their Cold War grudge, Japanese with the two atom bombs, China now as the world's #1 spender of energy and America's new-borne challenger as a superpower... All with advanced space technology and their own reconnaissance satellites and extensive intelligence networks. You think the US government would be paying them to keep them silent? How much would that cost in an already bad economy?
It doesn't make any sense to me without the terror attacks actually taking place as shown all over the world.
It's in human DNA to be suspicious and I'm quite a major skeptic myself (for a period I too believed that the 9/11 attacks were staged by the hawkish neocons et al.) but in the space age that we're living how the rest of the world I mentioned above with their own differing interests and spin on global politics would just let the US slip it by billions of people around the world doesn't make one bit of sense to me.