posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 09:24 PM
reply to post by vipertech0596
Hey vipertech. Why, then would large foreign bank authorities conduct rare and expensive investigations of the pre-9/11 trading for their own purposes
if you were able to shrug it off so convincingly?
If this is your true assessment, then you are misinformed about a number of things. However, I am of the mind that you don't really believe this.
Your username, alone reveals the potential that your words are about as authentic as a fresh morning's AstroTurf.
What you don't see or consider is a correlation of things. When one rare occurrence happens followed by another, and the two are separately connected
then the rarity is exponentially more rare.
50,000 shares of Stratasec where bought by Kirt and _ _ _ _ _ (can't recall their names) within a few days of 9/11. They are both Bush cousins. Now,
as you will remember from statistical probability, this is a ping for insider trading.
Now consider the bets against the airlines and their numbers, and there again is a huge ping.
What cracked it open for me and left things with absolutely no uncertainty was the credit card transaction frenzy happening inside the twin towers
after the first plane strike. The perpetrators acted in ways that indicated they were either willing to be caught, or believed that their footprints
would be concealed. They did not act belligerently.
The problem for them was that roughly 400 hard-drives were recovered from the site and the data contained within recovered entirely. Of course, when
the media questioned the FBI and other agencies over the years they always claimed that none had been recovered with anything salvageable.