Unanswered Questions About 911
1. Why are FBI-listed
suicide hijackers still alive,
interviews, and calling family?
2. Why did Senator Bob Graham have breakfast on 911 with
3. Why did George H. W. Bush meet with
Osama bin Laden's brother on 911?
4. Why did the bin Laden's
fly out of the US without FBI questioning, while all US flights were
5. Who profited on 911 by insider
trading through a firm once managed by A.B.
Krongard, CIA Executive Director?
6. What are the large seismic spikes at the
start of the collapse of WTC1 and WTC2?
7. Why do jets
of debris shoot from the right side of WTC
1 during its collapse?
8. What are the flashes during the collapse
of WTC 7, clearly seen in closeup?
9. Who warned Mayor Willie
Brown and Pentagon
officials not to fly on 911?
10. How could the Pentagon be hit by an aircraft at 9:40, when it
had been on crisis alert
for 50 minutes?
Myers: "At the time of the first impact
on the World Trade Center, we stood up our crisis action team. That was
done immediately." President
Bush: "I was sitting outside the classroom waiting
to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower -- the TV was obviously
on. And I used to fly, myself, and I said, well, there's one terrible pilot. I said,
it must have been a horrible accident." How can both be true?
How did Bush see the first impact on TV, when it wasn't televised until
the next day?
Rice: "And the director of the FBI and the director
of the CIA, had they received information, I am quite certain _ given that
the director of the CIA met frequently face to face with the president of
the United States _ that he would have made that available to the president
or to me. " NPR Correspondent
David Welna (on 9/11): " I spoke with Congressman
Ike Skelton—a Democrat from Missouri and a member of the Armed Services Committee—who
said that just recently the Director of the CIA warned that there could be
an attack—an imminent attack—on the United States of this nature. So
this is not entirely unexpected." How can both be true?
Further Reading: The
New Pearl Harbor, by David Ray Griffin, 2004.
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