A bit of a coincidence don’t you think?
For those who do not accept the Official Story on the collapse of the Twin Towers, this article is a minor smoking gun. It explains their biggest
problem: if the Towers were brought down with explosives how could anyone get them in. Step in Marvin Bush whose company installed the security
Vol. 9, No. 2021 - The American Reporter - January 20, 2003
SECRECY SURROUNDS A BUSH BROTHER'S ROLE IN 9/11 SECURITY
by Margie Burns
Washington, D.C. WASHINGTON, Jan 19, 2003 -- A company that provided security at New York City's World Trade Center, Dulles International Airport in
Washington, D.C., and to United Airlines between 1995 and 2001, was backed by a private Kuwaiti-American investment firm with ties to a brother of
President Bush and the Bush family, according to records obtained by the American Reporter.
Two planes hijacked on Sept. 11, 2001 were United Airlines planes, and another took off from Dulles International Airport; two, of course, slammed
into the World Trade Center. But the Bush Administration has never disclosed the ties of a presidential brother and the Bush family with the firm that
intersected the weapons and targets on a day of national tragedy.
Marvin P. Bush, a younger brother of George W. Bush, was a principal in the company from 1993 to 2000, when most of the work on the big projects was
done. But White House responses to 9/11 have not publicly disclosed the company's part in providing security to any of the named facilities, and many
of the public records revealing the relationships are not public.
Nonetheless, public records reveal that the firm, formerly named Securacom, listed Bush on its board of directors and as a significant shareholder.
The firm, now named Stratesec, Inc., is located in Sterling, Va., a suburb of Washington, D.C., and emphasizes federal clients. Bush is no longer on
Marvin Bush has not responded to repeated telephoned and emailed requests for comment on this story.
The American Stock Exchange delisted Stratesec's stock in October 2002. Securacom also had a contract to provide security at Los Alamos National
Laboratories, notorious for its security breaches and physical and intellectual property thefts.
According to its present CEO, Barry McDaniel, the company had an ongoing contract to handle security at the World Trade Center "up to the day the
buildings fell down." Yet instead of being investigated, the company and companies involved with it have benefited from legislation pushed by the
Bush White House and rubber-stamped by Congressional Republicans. Stratesec, its backer KuwAm, and their corporate officers stand to benefit from
limitations on liability and national-security protections from investigation provided in bills since
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