posted on Aug, 2 2014 @ 08:57 AM
a reply to: CALGARIAN
The way I look at it, this is criminal on the part of the Bush administration. To cover-up this information at a time when America and 3,000 of it
citizens were murdered is unconscionable. The government and congress had the accountable to get to the bottom of this attack. No stone should have
been left un-turned!
Congress had the responsibility to demand a transparent, unbiased and full investigation into the 9/11 attacks. To allow closed door hearings related
to this event, allowing Saudi nationals an immediate flight home when all flights over the U.S. were immediately cancelled and grounded, questionable
evidence ignored, numerous security video tapes never being made public, accepting without question that indestructible flight recorders were all
destroyed, Ignoring the repeated alarms by veteran airline pilots that those planes could not possibly be controlled at such a low altitude, accepting
the destruction of 3 steel buildings that fell at free fall within their own foot print even after engineers and physics experts have declared it
physically impossible, questioning the stand down orders, and the immediate clean-up of a crime scene which is against all basic criminal
investigation procedures, is in my book not only criminal but treasonous.
The American people and the victims families deserved a full and transparent accounting of the full investigation and media access to every court
hearing. We have video hearings on the OJ case, yet the American public is denied a full media account of the worst American attack in history? Our
representatives were just as guilty as the Bush administration. When our own representatives won't fight for our right to know, you have to ask
yourself, who do they really represent?