posted on Jan, 13 2007 @ 01:28 AM
I figured out where the missing money went. Check this out.
"According to some estimates we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions," Rumsfeld admitted.
Rumsfeld admitted to $2.3 trillion missing on September 10, 2001
The British firm "Asset Management and Engineering Consultancy" (AMEC) "had just completed a project to strengthen and renovate a section of the
Pentagon, Wedge 1, when the building was attacked" and "was paid some $752 million for its 2-year renovation and clean-up at the Pentagon",
according to Christopher Bollyn of the American Free Press:
If number 3 is true, and also number 1 and 2 are true, then by using the $752 million for the reinforcement and cleanup of the pentagon crash would
give us a gauge of how much it would cost to cover up each part of their plan. So to cover up the pentagon $752 million went into that + the price of
the airplane and the people involved.
How much would a plan to take out the twin towers cost?
Well guess what if you take $752 Million and multiply it by 3. You get 2 trillion 235 million. Now isn't that very close to the missing $2.3
trillion? I mean assuming that AMEC was involved in reinforcing the pentagon. They would know something about the towers as well. Tower 1 + Tower 2 +
WTC7, which all in my observations and scientists observations were shown to fall at freefall and thus were planned. so 3 targets at 752 million a pop
gives u to 2.3 trillion missing one day before september 11th, i wonder where the money went.
Wow so they knew where the plane was going to hit and decided to pay someone 750 million to reinforce it and later clean it up. I wonder how much the
Twin Tower's job and cleanup costed probably around 5 times as much. 5 x 750 =