Sunday, May 8, 2011

Yes, we still have many doubts

Thanks for your article, IDS.  

Apparently, the Bloomington Herald-Times continues to feel superior to the local citizens who question 9/11, as there is no coverage of our questions today.  Despite that fact, like many Americans I have a lot of doubts about the official story (a conspiracy theory) of 9/11.  And there are many good reasons to have those doubts.  Here are just a few.

One of my recent articles is in a book that's been on the NY Times bestseller list for a few weeks. 
http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2010/11/18/evidence-for-informed-trading-on-the-attacks-of-september-11/ 

Here's an excerpt my latest article, that has some timely discussion of JSOC, the special operations command that reportedly just killed Osama bin Laden. 

"The hijack coordinator at FAA headquarters, Lt. Gen. Michael A. Canavan, had been in his position for only nine months, and would leave the job within a month of 9/11. Surprisingly, although Mike Canavan was mentioned in the 9/11 Commission report, he was not cited for his role as the FAA's hijack coordinator, a role that was at the center of the failure to intercept the planes on 9/11.

Instead of being mentioned as the hijack coordinator, Canavan was in the report because he had been the commander of the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), which ran the military's counterterrorism operations and covert missions. The report described Canavan's part in the failure to follow-through on a carefully laid-out 1998 CIA plan to capture Osama bin Laden (OBL) in Afghanistan. Canavan was quoted as saying that the plan put tribal Afghanis at too much risk and that the 'operation was too complicated for the CIA.'"

http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2011/04/29/why-the-planes-were-not-intercepted-on-911/  

Kevin Ryan

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