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video: 2.3 Trillion Dollars announced missing from Pentagon budget, day before 9/11

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posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 01:41 PM
2.3 Trillion Dollars announced missing from Pentagon budget, one day before 9/11

See May 2003: Pentagon mission 1 trillion dollars

The Comptroller of the Pentagon at the time of the attack was Dov Zakheim, who was appointed in May of 2001. Before becoming the Pentagon's money-manager, he was an executive at System Planning Corporation, a defense contractor specializing in electronic warfare technologies including remote-controlled aircraft systems. 3 4 Zakheim is a member of the Project for a New American Century and participated in the creation of its 2000 position paper Rebuilding America's Defenses which called for "a New Pearl Harbor." 5

[edit on 12-7-2008 by counterterrorist]

posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 02:04 PM
It's corrupt system, yet the people do nothing. This is why this happens.

Were to busy watching reality shows to notice.

By the time we notice, everything is already starting to collapse.

posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 02:28 PM
It was an elaborate hoax and the money had to come from somewhere.
Tax payers money used to kill tax payers and bribe people.
In this day and age money doesn't dissapear. Money is electronically exchanged between banks, from the gov to the pentagon, from the pentagon to suppliers banks and employees bank accounts. So how did that money disappear?
It didn't, it was stolen and the goverment was in on it. Money doesn't disappear, just request a bank statement and check to see where the money was transferred to. Easy right?
Well not for people that beleive muslims in caves are a dangerous enemy. And fighting countries that haven't got a hope in hell of defending themselves is honorable. I work in IT and I can assure you that money can always be traced, unless the bank deletes transactions and you don't keep copies of statements, highly unlikley because in that case they wouldnt even know the money disappeared. If they can prove they had it then they know where it is. Thats just a fact.


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