Originally posted by yadboy
Originally posted by greenorbs
I have a related question...
Why would they take down WTC 7 with a controlled demolition?
If I remember correctly there were a lot of financial records in WTC 7 that many were probably glad to see disappear.
This reminds me of what a law professor "confessed" to us in class in 2003. He came to our school in 2002, retiring after 25 years from a
white-shoe firm in New York City. The course was Secured Transactions, which deals with lending money and getting a security interest in collateral.
The security interest is filed with a state, but not always. You can read more about secured transactions
Anyway, one day the prof is lecturing about the situation where stock certificates are used as collateral. He was talking about how in the U.S., a
stock issue is noticed by CUSIP number
. The CUSIP number idenitifes each stock issue. If you own
stock, your statement from the brokerage will list the CUSIP number, and the amount of shares, etc. If you are holding the stock in your own name,
then you would have to keep track of the CUSIP numbers, quantity, and other data.
Now, the professor is explaining how one goes about taking a security interest in stock, i.e. loan money to A, and take stock as collateral. The main
thing is keep track of the CUSIP numbers for the stock. He explained how records of such secured transactions must not be lost, for it they are not
filed with a state, and are lost, then the holder of the security interest would have no proof of what the collateral is, which defeats the security
So get this: as he tells us this, he digresses to 9/11, and about the records of secured transactions that were lost when the towers came down.
These secured transactions were private, and not filed with a state, so things were bad for the security holders, so he said.
And then things got weird: he tells us about he knew people who died in the towers. Then, he tells us about one of his clients: the Department of
Defense. He explains how he did work for companies that were controlled by the DoD. Some work involved secured lending by the DoD companies to other
companies. Some of the collateral was stock. He then tells us, as if he were confessing, that his client, a guy from the DoD, showed up in his
office in the summer before 9/11, and insisted that he provide ALL the CUSIP numbers to ALL the stock that was put up as collateral, on one sheet of
paper. He told us it was hard for his secretary to put all those numbers on one piece of paper, and that the DoD guy demanded just one sheet.
I don't know if that means anything, but thought I would share it. I would not be surprised if they knew an attack was coming, but doubt that they
did a false flag.
[edit on 5-4-2009 by greenorbs]