posted on Jun, 17 2008 @ 11:33 PM
reply to post by MGTONY
I haven't checked out your blog.
There was an independant investigation of 9/11 which was underway before 9/11 took place. That investigation was being led by FBI agents who were
derailed by a supervisor who was subsequently promoted. I think we might get somewhere if we tapped the people who were thwarted the first time and
fired the guy who thwarted them.
The same general thought would apply to the situation around "Abel Danger".
Here again we find people who were doing their jobs who were thwarted and in fact persecuted. There is a pattern here.
Personally I think that we might get an independant investigation if we allowed the existing investigative bodies in the police, FBI, CIA, insurance
companies, news agencies and other regulatory bodies, FAA etc. to do their jobs. Task them to find out what happened on 9/11 and let them do their
When we do that we get results. The problem arises when the results are filed under G, or suppressed in some way. There is no problem getting an
investigation, the problem is getting disinterested, let the chips fall where they may, oversight.
Maybe President Obama will be able to do something about that. Remember the government won't be convicted. Hopefully individuals will.
Incidentally two tools that could be very helpful in cracking this thing open are (1) a presidentially appointed 9/11 ombudsman to handle complaints
from investigators that feel that they are being interfered with and (2) judicious offers of immunity to key perps at important nodes of the criminal
organisation that carried out 9/11.
[edit on 18-6-2008 by ipsedixit]