I did some online reasearch about key players involved in the 9/11 attacks.
Some guys here have already reported that Raytheon, the worlds largest missile maker and 4th biggest defense contractor was a key company for 9/11.
They had many employees on the hijacked planes. www.abovetopsecret.com...
1) Stanley Hall (Flight 77) was director of program management for Raytheon Electronics Warfare. One Raytheon colleague calls him "our dean of
electronic warfare." [AP, 9/25/01]
2) Peter Gay (Flight 11) was Raytheon's Vice President of Operations for Electronic Systems and had been on special assignment to a company office in
El Segundo, Calif. [AP, 9/25/01] Raytheon's El Segundo's Electronic Systems division is one of two divisions making the remote controlled Global
Hawk. [ISR Journal, 3/02]
3) Kenneth Waldie (Flight 11) was a senior quality control engineer for Raytheon's electronic systems.
4) David Kovalcin (Flight 11) was a senior mechanical engineer for Raytheon's electronic systems. [CNN, 9/01]
5) Herbert Homer (Flight 175) was a corporate executive working with the Department of Defense. [CNN, 9/01, Northeastern University Voice, 12/11/01]
Peter Gay was on special assignment in El Segundo; CA. Thats where Raytheons Global Hawk and remote flight research labs are! Lockheed-Martin and
Boeing also have plants in El Segundo AND employees on the hijacked 9/11 planes!!!
Here is the result of my online research:
The biggest shareholder of Raytheon (11%) is Franklin Templeton Investments.
They own Fiduciary Trust, who had offices in the "dead zone" of the WTC Southtower. (like Raytheon itself!)
On the board of Franklin sits
head of the 9/11 comission
former CEO of Fiduciary Trust. She only survived 9/11 because she was invited to a "charity" event by Warren Buffet in Nebraska near the US Central
Command where President Bush's Air Force One landed later on 9/11.
"On the morning of Sept. 11, Tatlock herself had just arrived with a small group of business leaders at Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha for a charity
event hosted by Warren Buffett. She then heard the news of the first plane hitting the World Trade Center's north tower.
Moments later, back in Omaha, a television picture flashed on a large screen, and Tatlock witnessed the second plane plowing into the south tower.
"There on the screen, I saw the second plane crash into my office," Tatlock recalled." -San Francisco Business Times (week of 2/04/02)
"Anne Tatlock found out about the collision of a plane with the North Tower while en route to the U.S. Strategic Command headquarters in Omaha. The
62-year-old chief executive of Fiduciary Trust Co. International was one of a small group of business leaders at a charity event hosted by Warren
Buffett. Military officers boarded the bus she was on, and escorted her to an officer's lounge and a television, just in time to see the second plane
hit the South Tower between the 87th and 93rd floors--right where 650 of her employees worked.
Fiduciary, which today manages $44 billion of securities for pension plans, endowments and wealthy individuals..." -Forbes (10/15/01)
Other board members of Franklin:
Joseph R. Hardiman
former COO Alex Brown (9/11 insider trading!)
Robert D. Joffe
Council on Foreign Relations, CEO Fiduciary Trust
director Heinz Foundation of Teresa Heinz (wife of John Kerry)
On the board of Raytheon until 2002 was Gen. John R. Galvin. He's on the Advisory board of the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies at
the Council on Foreign Relations.
Yes! Maurice Greenberg. The owner of American International Group, the insurance company of the WTC. Father of Jeffrey Greenberg , the CEO of Marsh
McLennan. Marsh was tenant at floor 91-92 of the WTC1, the site of the first plane impact. They also own Kroll Inc, the company responsible for the
security of the WTC on 9/11