Security Courtesy of Marvin Bush

What Really Happened has an interesting round up about the Bush family's control of security at both the World Trade Center and Dulles airport on 9/11:

"Marvin P. Bush, the president’s younger brother, was a principal in a company called Securacom that provided security for the World Trade Center, United Airlines, and Dulles International Airport. The company, Burns noted, was backed by KuwAm, a Kuwaiti-American investment firm on whose board Marvin Burns also served. [Utne]

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."

The company lists as government clients "the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S Air force, and the Department of Justice," in projects that "often require state-of-the-art security solutions for classified or high-risk government sites."

Stratesec (Securacom) differs from other security companies which separate the function of consultant from that of service provider. The company defines itself as a "single-source" provider of "end-to-end" security services, including everything from diagnosis of existing systems to hiring subcontractors to installing video and electronic equipment. It also provides armored vehicles and security guards.

The Dulles Internation contract is another matter. Dulles is regarded as "absolutely a sensitive airport," according to security consultant Wayne Black, head of a Florida-based security firm, due to its location, size, and the number of international carriers it serves.

Black has not heard of Stratesec, but responds that for one company to handle security for both airports and airlines is somewhat unusual. It is also delicate for a security firm serving international facilities to be so interlinked with a foreign-owned company: "Somebody knew somebody," he suggested, or the contract would have been more closely scrutinized.

As Black points out, "when you [a company] have a security contract, you know the inner workings of everything." And if another company is linked with the security company, then "What's on your computer is on their computer." [American Reporter]

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John O'Neil..... you got us again JimmieB

We really need to get our weak ass arguments together here cause JimmieB is going to lay the smack down. He really knows his stuff,
Ignorance is NOT Bliss

Could you kindly

provide links for your info?


You can find out more by reading their 10-Qs, so I suggest visiting your local library.

Thank you.

I will take a look.

John ONeill "died" on his first day--

so he wasn't in charge of security there for very long. Didn't Jerome Hauer hire him?


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was my understanding. Who was actually in charge up to that point? And who had the authority to authorize 'repairs and/or construction' in the building and detrmine who would be awarded the contracts to perform the 'work'?


If Marvin is any thing like his brother he cant even organize a game of solatire who had control of the building? Larry who?

I just read this intresting article From Esther to AIPAC
It a great read from a Jewish Perspective

Also he is one of the best Jazz Musicans of our generation.

The truth of the matter is ,

The truth of the matter is , Kroll and associates were responsible for security. And yes, Jerome Hauer was the man in charge of Kroll at the time. He was the man who hired John Oneil and he was also the very first director of the OEM untill I belive the year 2000.
So hauer was in charge of the building of the bunker in WTC7 also.
see here...

I found many articles which

I found many articles which said that Securacom was in charge of security at the WTC until 9/10/01. (But since we know how fast they rigged those charges in WTC7 on 9/11, at least that one is on Hauer's watch!)

This is from Wikipedia:

He was a director of the Sterling, Virginia company Securacom, also known as Stratesec, from 1993 until fiscal year 2000. The Securacom/Stratesec company was publicly traded and backed by an investment firm, the Kuwait-American Corporation. In 1996 Marvin Bush had 53,000 shares in the company's stock he bought at 52 cents a share. In 1997 the stock sold for $8.50 a share. Marvin Bush was no longer listed as a shareholder by the end of 2000. The chairman of the board of Stratesec is Wirt Walker, a cousin of Marvin and George W. Bush. Stratasec had contracts to provide security for United Airlines, Dulles International Airport (the airport from which American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon, took off), and the World Trade Center in New York up to the 10th of Setpember 2001, just before the September 11, 2001 attacks [1]. Marvin Bush's childcare provider was run over in the Bush family driveway in 2003 under suspicious circumstances, ruled later as an accident.

Wirt Walker

Wow, if it is on Wikipedia, it must be true. Wirt Walker is not a Bush cousin BTW, which it ironically states in his Wikipedia entry.

Jerome Hauer - managing director of Kroll/CBS expert

Kroll, the official security and bodyguard company for all American presidents since World War II!
Kroll was responsible for the security of the World Trade Center on 9/11, The firm had hired FBI top counter-terrorism agent John O'Neill as Director of World Trade Center security upon his retirement from the FBI. O'Neill dies in the 9/11 attacks.
and from their website...because they did such a fine job at the wtc
Sears Tower Security
Sears Tower, the tallest building in North America, was one of more than 10,000 buildings whose security was entrusted to Kroll after the terrorist attacks of September 11. Kroll's engineers conducted a comprehensive threat assessment, recommended systemic and policy changes, and advised on implementation and tenant relations. (2001)
and more...
In 2004 Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. (NYSE: MMC) acquired Kroll Inc. in a $1.9 billion cash transaction. As a result of the acquisition, Kroll became an operating unit of MMC, the global professional services firm with annual revenues of approximately $12 billion.