Tag: Harry Samit

Jon Gold’s C-SPAN Collection

Jon Gold For the last year or so, one of my "pet projects" has been to search the video archives of C-SPAN for statements made about different people, different events, and make short movies out...

Debunking 9/11 Conspiracy Debunkers with Stewart Bradley

Debunking the '9/11 Debunkers' With Stewart Bradley by John-Michael Talboo Debunking the Debunkers John-Michael Talboo (JMT)-Q: So Stewart, let's jump right into our shared passion of debunking the so-called 9/11 debunkers shall we? You have put together some...

Debunking NIST’s Conclusions About WTC 7: Shooting Fish in a Barrel

Symmetrical Collapse NIST lamely tried to explain the symmetrically (sic) collapse as follows: WTC 7's collapse, viewed from the exterior (most videos were taken from the north), did appear to fall almost...

New Resource!

Submitted by Jon Gold Some of you may have noticed that I have started a new "Who Is?" series with regard to 9/11. The reason I started this was because I thought too much emphasis...

Tenet-Bush Pre-9/11 ‘Small-Talk’

Consortium News' Robert Parry discusses some of the new 9/11 revelations in George Tenet's memoir, "At the Center of the Storm". We learn that Tenet went to Crawford, TX in late August 2001 and interrupted W's vacation because of the confidence he had in the intelligence pointing to an imminent terrorist attack. The president was apparently unmoved. This was Tenet's first visit to the ranch, and he reports that his conversation with the president descended into Tenet's "trying to make small talk about the flora and the fauna, none of which were native to Queens." This meeting took place about two weeks before Andrew Card whispers into Bush's ear at Booker Elementary School, and that strange look of recognition dawned on the president's face.

FBI Headquarters Thwarts Pre-9/11 Moussaoui Search, But Why?

An FBI agent who interrogated Zacarias Moussaoui before Sept. 11, 2001, warned his supervisors more than 70 times that Moussaoui was a terrorist and spelled out his suspicions that the al-Qaeda operative was plotting to hijack an airplane. What is striking about agent Samit's account, like the account of his office-mate Coleen Rowley, is the assumption of "criminal negligence" on the part of FBI headquarters, and RFU head David Frasca and Michael Maltbie in particular. Best I can see, criminal complicity has not been ruled out whatsoever.