Originally posted by outsidethesquare
later on she speaks of her friend dying of cancer, while laughing. Then claims she has absolutely no mental issues or inflictions of any kind. Kinda
contradictory really. I don't know how to take her.
It's a defense mechanism from the stress. I've seen it before. Sometimes, the only way to deal with the pain and terror is to remember it as a
relief to be gone, and to laugh about it. If you don't allow yourself to laugh, then you'll break down.
I just finished watching it, and it was very interesting. The meat of the video is as follows:
She had first-hand knowledge that the 9/11 attacks were imminent, and had personally delivered warnings a month prior to the attack. She was there
during half the year while her area was under high activity, trying to track down any intel about potential attacks by airplanes on the towers.
She would correspond with people from Iraq, and they could not offer any intelligence about upcoming attacks, though it was deemed to be an imminent
After 9/11, under the Patriot Act, she was detained and indicted for being an Iraq spy, though she was given no hearing, no trial, and the charges
were largely secret. She was in prison for 2.5 years, and was still indicted for another 2.5 years, in which saying anything at all would be used
against her in a court of law. Eventually, due to the work of a blogger releasing her psychological records, which showed that she was free of mental
illness and entirely competent, the judge who finally took the hearing (which was to determine whether she would be put on brain-destroying drugs and
imprisoned indefinitely) got wind of the year of psych records, and he deemed that the whole thing was ridiculous, releasing her from custody.
The other things she talks about, such as the late night un-marked vans from the week or two prior to 9/11, is all opinion or second-hand testimony,
though it is still interesting.
She wrote a book which she self-published, and it contains her psych evaluations and affidavits from her father (a corporate attorney who drove 700
miles to try to visit her in prison, and was denied), as well as an explanation about everything.
I'd say that about sums it up, and it fairly concretely solidifies my suspicion that the government did expect and plan for 9/11 to happen. I am
still personally not a believer in the controlled demolition theory, however.