posted on Jan, 27 2007 @ 08:58 PM
i just couldn't spend 1hr 40 min 23 sec, going thru the story,
so, i'm not specifically informed on your topic, let alone give 'expert' opinions.
John P O'Neil, imho, 'talked too much' as the saying goes.
i guess his passion & emotion & desire to untrack this potential
disaster, caused him to drop some of his self-preservation instincts.
what really seemed extradordinarily strange to me is His accepting
the position at the WTC complex in the 1st place...after years of warning
the Intel Community department heads, all with deaf ears,
that the WTC complex was a prime target for terrorists.
...at some near future strike date.
He should of told his network of friends & relatives to never work or visit
either the WTC complex or the Pentagon for that matter...and considerd the matter closed!
A private audience or a 'in personal confidence' approach would have served him and his cause better.
Then he might have lived to tell & authenticate the deadends the culture of hubris
at the various agencies of intelligence threw up to derail or detour, his accurate in hindsight, warnings