posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 09:09 PM
reply to post by Boone 870
If that is the case, it had to be expected to malfunction which is not true. There was no malfunction at the Oberlin center at all on 9/11 nor at
NORAD. No other centers or terminals reported any radar malfunctions. The fact is the FAA personnel, not being invited to testify, were those highly
suspected to be willing to tell the truth. Their DC agency head supervisor prevented them from doing so. Choosing instead to testify and word his
statements very carefully to agree with the "official" report. Same with NORAD.
No one from NORAD or FAA, willing to veer from the "official" version, was allowed to testify. The same way any independent experts, not in
agreement with the "official" version, were not allowed to testify either. That is the same way it went for every department and agency under the
control of the Bush administration. Kean and Hamilton made that very clear in public interviews and their co-authored book.