Senator Mark Dayton on 911 Commission - Confirms Cheney Ordered the Stand Down Orders

Senator Mark Dayton on 911 Commission - Confirms Cheney Ordered the Stand Down Orders

Thanks Greenback

Unfortunately, the third Norad story looks to be as bogus as the others. So, I don't know if anything Dayton says is actually accurate as to what happened that day.

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Wolf's Head (Yale secret society)

"Known originally as "The Third Society" and members as "Grey Friars", the society's incorporation abated the ardor of those who sought to abolish the secret society system. "The Third Society" was accepted immediately and could manage its affairs similarly to the extant groups. The society changed its name to Wolf's Head in 1888 after undergraduates noted approvingly the design of the society's pin. By contrast, members of Bones or Keys wore their pins face down on their lapel or cravat. The seemingly Masonic-inspired rituals of Bones and Keys were described by "Grey Friars" as "poppycock"."'s_Head_(secret_society)

Notable alumni:

Mark Dayton (1969) - Senator, Minnesota

James Bush (1844) - great-great grandfather and great-grandfather, respectively, 43rd and 41st Presidents of the United States

Reeve Schley, maternal grandfather of Christine Todd Whitman, was a member of Wolf's Head Society at Yale.

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Not sure about your blog title

Can you point to the dialogue here that establishes a confirmation of a stand-down order? I don't see it.

Dayton is suggesting that incompetence has been covered up by the commission report. He nowhere (that I can see) suggests a stand-down was ordered.

Where does he confirm that?

Please provide a quote and the time on the video of the statement from which you draw that conclusion.

Are you still assuming that only Rumsfeld could order a shoot down, as you said in the Mineta blog? If so, you are mistatting the DOD regulations, as I explained at that blog, and as David Ray Griffin also explains on pages 49-50 of Debinking 9/11 Debunkng.

Dayton misrepresents the transponder issue -- FAA and the military do not need transponders to track planes. FAA gave coordinates of "Flight 11" to NEADS and Otis airbase, and they could not find the blip on their radar. David Ray Griffin dismisses this as an excuse for delay, and I agree that even if true it is not an excuse for delay, but the fact that NEADS could not find the planes on their radar should not be dismissed so lightly.