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Remember Remember The Seventh Of July

On July 7, 2005, at 8:50 AM, three bombs were detonated more or less simultaneously at three stations of the London Underground subway system. Approximately one hour later at 9:47 AM another bomb detonated, this time above ground in a double-decker bus, at the intersection of Tavistock Square and Upper Woburn Place.1 Four men, three of Pakistani descent and a Jamaican, were identified by authorities as the bombers. Their names were Mohammad Sidique Khan, 30; Hasib Mir Hussain, 18; and Shehzad Tanweer, 22. The fourth bomber was Germaine Lindsay.2 Within two weeks of the attacks the authorities’ investigation seemed to be closing in on the party that put the four men up to the bombings. Sir Ian Blair, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (Met), said he expected to uncover a "clear al-Qaeda link".3

As it turned out however, the Met’s investigation into al-Qaeda involvement in the bombings4 would only go so far. Any evidence of "inside" assistance in carrying out the attacks, no matter where it might have come from, was scrupulously avoided by the Met; and there was plenty of evidence for "inside" assistance.

Why 9/11 Happened...

Red March to Global Tyranny

by William F. Jasper

This is the final part of an interview with Christopher Story, editor of the London-based journal Soviet Analyst and of The Perestroika Deception by Anatoliy Golitsyn, the Soviet defector and author of New Lies for Old. The interview was conducted by William F. Jasper, senior editor of THE NEW AMERICAN, and took place just outside the San Francisco headquarters of the Gorbachev Foundation/USA.

Q. Can you explain the various "reforms" and "restructurings" of the KGB over the past few years?

A. Viktor Barannikov was appointed in December 1991 to head the new Security Ministry, consisting of four elements of the KGB: internal security, foreign espionage, border troops, and the Russian intelligence service.

Intercept Protocol for In-Flight Emergency Aircraft on September 11, 2001

ex⋅i⋅gent

1. requiring immediate action or aid; urgent; pressing.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/exigent
e·mer·gen·cy

1. a sudden, urgent, usually unexpected occurrence or occasion requiring immediate action.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/emergency
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CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT
CHIEFS OF STAFF
INSTRUCTION

J-3 CJCSI 3610.01A
DISTRIBUTION: A, B, C, J, S 1 June 2001
AIRCRAFT PIRACY (HIJACKING) AND DESTRUCTION OF DERELICT
AIRBORNE OBJECTS
References: See Enclosure D.

4. Policy.

a. Aircraft Piracy (Hijacking) of Civil and Military Aircraft. Pursuant
to references a and b, the Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA), has exclusive responsibility to direct law enforcement activity
related to actual or attempted aircraft piracy (hijacking) in the “special
aircraft jurisdiction” of the United States. When requested by the
Administrator, Department of Defense will provide assistance to these
law enforcement efforts. Pursuant to reference c, the NMCC is the focal
point within Department of Defense for providing assistance. In the

Inconsistencies of Flight 93 Landing At Cleveland Solved

Inconsistencies of Flight 93 Landing At Cleveland Solved

The following is a response to Woody Box from the comments section to the article posted by 9/11 Bogger titled "CASE STUDY - ACARS UAL UA 93"
(http://www.911blogger.com/node/22732)

I finally figured out the inconsistencies of Flight 93 landing at Cleveland Hopkins Airport:

If the Associated Press reporter had called UAL at or after 9:03 (Flight 175 impacted the south tower at 9:03), then the AP article would have included a mention of that crash. It didn't, which proves that the AP reporter was talking to UAL BEFORE 9:03 about Flight 93. Well, Flight 93 was only known to have had a problem at 9:28, which proves that a UAL flight landed at Cleveland Hopkins Airport that was to be designated Flight 93 in case something went wrong with the primary Flight 93 at Newark Airport.

Unnoticed Passages In The 9/11 Commission Report Destroys NORAD’s And Popular Mechanic’s Stand On Air Cover

[From www.DNotice.org ]

The NORAD Papers VI

Unnoticed Passages In The 9/11 Commission Report Destroys NORAD’s And Popular Mechanic’s Contention That NORAD Did Not Monitor Flights Originating Within Domestic Airspace On September 11, 2001

In the March 2005 issue of Popular Mechanics (PM) magazine an article appeared titled Debunking the 9/11 Myths which, according to the article’s subtitle, “…examines the evidence and consults the experts to refute the most persistent conspiracy theories of September 11.”1 In the section dealing with NORAD, titled No Stand-Down Order, the article explains NORAD’s seemingly lackluster response to the September 11 attacks with the following:

Why couldn't ATC find the hijacked flights? When the hijackers turned off the planes' transponders, which broadcast identifying signals, ATC had to search 4500 identical radar blips crisscrossing some of the country's busiest air corridors. And NORAD's sophisticated radar? It ringed the continent, looking outward for threats, not inward. "It was like a doughnut," Martin says [Major Douglas Martin, public affairs officer for NORAD]. "There was no coverage in the middle." Pre-9/11, flights originating in the States were not seen as threats and NORAD wasn't prepared to track them.2

Another Western Intelligence Sponsored Massacre

The United States is now after the oil in Cabinda, Anglola.

The Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda (FLEC) takes credit for killing three Togo soccer team members. Only a Western Intelligence proxy "freedom fighter" group would attack a convoy of soccer players!

http://ghanafa.org/news/201001/4372.php

Dean Jackson/Editor-in-Chief DNotice.org
Washington, DC

Springtime For Michael Springman Or How A Visa Bureau Chief In Saudi Arabia Learned To Love Denying Visas To Terrorists

I suspect nothing about the year 1987 would cause anyone to associate it with the attacks of September 11, 2001. For me 1987 is the year Arnold Schwarzenegger took the war on illegal immigration (extraterrestrial) south of the border in Predator; the year The Bangles were still making pyramids of money with Walk Like An Egyptian; and the year I had orthognathic surgery to correct a jaw misalignment and returned back to university. For Michael Springman, however, 1987 is intimately linked to the attacks of September 11, 2001. Not that Michael Springman lost friends he first met in 1987 in the attacks. No, Springman's association of 1987 with the September 11, 2001 attacks was, shall we say, professional in nature.....

Read The Complete Article At OpEdNews:

http://www.opednews.com/articles/Springtime-For-Michael-Spr-by-Dean-Jackson-090908-939.html

Springtime For Michael Springman Or How A Visa Bureau Chief In Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Learned To Love Denying Visas To Terrorists

Springtime For Michael Springman Or How A Visa Bureau Chief In Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Learned To Love Denying Visas To Terrorists

I suspect nothing about the year 1987 would cause anyone to associate it with the attacks of September 11, 2001. For me 1987 is the year Arnold Schwarzenegger took the war on illegal immigration (extraterrestrial) south of the border in Predator; the year The Bangles were still making pyramids of money with Walk Like An Egyptian; and the year I had orthognathic surgery to correct a jaw misalignment and returned back to university. For Michael Springman, however, 1987 is intimately linked to the attacks of September 11, 2001. Not that Michael Springman lost friends he first met in 1987 in the attacks. No, Springman’s association of 1987 with the September 11, 2001 attacks was, shall we say, professional in nature.

Read more at www.DNotice.org

What’s In A Name? FBI Says The Nineteen 9/11 Hijackers Used Their Real Names!

On September 21, 2001 FBI Director Robert Mueller announced that some of the 9/11 hijackers may have used false identities.1 The announcement by the FBI director was in response to a rash of media reports that emerged just days after the 9/11 attacks casting doubt on the identities of several of the hijackers. The media was reporting that at least six Saudis had stepped forward claiming that their names and backgrounds had been stolen by the hijackers, and vigorously denied any involvement in the attacks.

In the cases of two of the persons claiming to have been misidentified, Saeed Al-Ghamdi and Abdulaziz Al-Omari, personal details matching that of the hijackers included, "name, place, date of birth and occupation..."3 In the case of Al-Omari, an electrical engineer living in Saudi Arabia, he said that while he was in Denver between 1993-2000, "his apartment was broken into…and his passport and other official documents were stolen"......

Read more at www.dnotice.org

The World Trade Center Attacks in Perspective

After the "collapse" of the USSR in 1991, a decade-long series of bombings against American targets ensued both within and outside the United States.

For the first time DNotice.org explains the connections between the1993 WTC bombing, the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, the bombings of the American embassies in Africa in 1998, the 2000 USS Cole bombing in Yemen and finally the 9/11 attacks.

The World Trade Center Attacks in Perspective

On October 27, 1993 the New York Times revealed that the FBI were in a much better position than previously known regarding events leading up to that year’s February 26 bombing of the World Trade Center’s north tower.1 The story broke thanks to the hundreds of hours of secret recordings made by FBI informer Emad A. Salem of conversations he had with FBI personnel.

COUSIN OF 9/11 HIJACKER ARRESTED BY LEBANESE AUTHORITIES ON SPYING FOR ISRAEL

COUSIN OF 9/11 HIJACKER ARRESTED BY LEBANESE AUTHORITIES ON SPYING FOR ISRAEL

Ali al-Jarrah, cousin of Ziad al-Jarrah who allegedly was among the 19 hijackers who carried out the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, was arrested by Lebanese authorities on charges of spying for Israel.

Read the New York Times article at: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/19/world/middleeast/19lebanon.html?_r=3&hp

Dean Jackson/Editor-in-Chief www.DNotice.org
Washington, DC

NORAD Removes Web Link Proving Official 9/11 Narrative Is A Lie

NORAD has removed web link that says, "Since the tragic events of 9/11, NORAD’s role – which previously was outward-looking – now includes monitoring airspace within North America." The old link was at: http://www.norad.mil/50/nutshell.html. However, web archive has the NORAD article at: http://web.archive.org/web/20080103124933/http://www.norad.mil/50/nutshell.html

Why does this matter? Because before September 11, 2001, NORAD said the following about its monitoring capabilities: "Before 9/11 NORAD said, "The Air Operations Center (AOC) (also known as the Air Defense Operations Center – ADOC) maintains constant surveillance of North American airspace to prevent overflight by hostile aircraft. It tracks over 2.5 million aircraft annually [http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/usspc-fs/cmoctrivia.htm]."

Looks like DNotice.org has hit a nerve with NORAD!

See the five articles on NORAD at www.DNotice.org for more on NORAD's monitoring capabilities on 9/11.

Dean Jackson/Editor-in-Chief DNotice.org
Washington, DC

NORAD & The Memory Hole

After 9/11 NORAD said, "Since the tragic events of 9/11, NORADs role which previously was outward-looking now includes monitoring airspace within North America [http://www.norad.mil/50/nutshell.html]." Before 9/11 NORAD said, "The Air Operations Center (AOC) (also known as the Air Defense Operations Center ADOC) maintains constant surveillance of North American airspace to prevent overflight by hostile aircraft. It tracks over 2.5 million aircraft annually [http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/usspc-fs/cmoctrivia.htm]."

See the five articles on NORAD at www.DNotice.org for more on this subject.

Error In The 9/11 Commission Report Sheds Light On Flight 93's Whereabouts On September 11, 2001

While researching for a previous article the precise times that each of the four 9/11 hijacked aircraft had deviated from their respective flight plans, I came upon a curious remark in the 9/11 Commission Report. The remark dealt with United Airlines Flight 175 (Flight 175), the second hijacked aircraft that crashed into the World Trade Center at 09:03. The particular remark accompanies the last timeline entry listed for the flight at 09:20, and reads, "UA headquarters aware that Flight 175 had crashed into WTC".

This time is incorrect. United Airlines Headquarters became aware of Flight 175’s impact into Two World Trade Center as soon as the aircraft crashed at 09:03. How did United Airlines learn so quickly where and into what Flight 175 crashed?

Read more at: www.DNotice.org

Air Force Directive In Effect On 9/11 For American Air Defense Included Monitoring American Air Space

Despite what The 9/11 Commission Report claims, NORAD at no point in its existence "define[d] its job as defending against external attacks" only. As the 1 April 2000 Air Force Instruction 13-1AD, Volumn 3 on Air Defense Command and Control Operations states in Chapter 3.1, under Mission, "The First Air Force Commander (1 AF/CC), in his role as the CONUS NORAD Region Commander, provides CINCNORAD/Commander US Element NORAD with TW/AA, surveillance and control of the airspace of the United States and appropriate response against air attack."

All three missions tasked NORAD in 1958 were fully operational on September 11, 2001 as affirmed in Chapter 3.2.4. of the 1 April 2000 Air Force instruction, "Operational control of the three SAOCs and all forces available for air sovereignty, air defense and atmospheric attack warning."

Amongst other instructions to be followed, the Air Force instruction outlines procedures to be followed by units/elements of the Air Combat Command (ACC) Air Defense System (ADS) of the United States, and was current on September 11, 2001. The instruction remains current to date.

Read More At: www.DNotice.org