Kevin Ryan on the Call for 9/11 Transparency

Prolific 9/11 researcher Kevin Ryan of the 9/11 Working Group of Bloomington joins The Corbett Report to discuss his recent article, “Secret Service Failures on 9/11: A Call for Transparency.” He outlines some of the unusual behaviours displayed by the secret service on 9/11 and points out discrepancies in the 9/11 timeline. We also discuss the Toronto Hearings on 9/11 which took place last year on the 10th anniversary of the events, a DVD of which is now available for purchase.

Listen to the interview:

very interesting but one critical point

thank you for your insights, but it can be, that you misunderstand a very important point:

You said in the interview [04:25], that "just after 9.00" the FAA would have known about 2 hijacked planes flying towards Washington D.C. For that claim, you trust the account of the secret service, in person of Mister Carabino. In contrast to that account his counterpart in the FAA, Mister Steenbergen, made it clear, that Garabito gave him all information about hijacked planes; Steenbergen: "All his information was coming from Nelson Garabito of the secret service, who was calling him from the White House JOC. Nelson fed information to him."

Here is my analysis of their statements:
"Foreknowledge of two more hijacked planes around 09:03 heading towards D.C.":

We have already discussed a bit about it here:

That the FAA had foreknowledge about two hijacked planes stands on quite shaky grounds, because there is weak evidence from within the FAA:

Flight 93 was hijacked around 09:25 and Flight 77 was hijacked 08:50, but disappeared from the radar around 09:00. How should the FAA knew, that these flights will fly to Washington?

So ... are there other flights?

Around 9:09 a.m., the FAA Command Center reports that 11 aircraft are either not communicating with FAA facilities or flying unexpected routes.

The first supposed hijacked airplane (after the second crash, after 09:03) was at 09:21, the "phantom flight 11"