(WMR) -- WMR
has learned from a well-informed source that in the months after the 9/11
attacks, a group of retired and active duty military officers, with ranks
as high as general, met in an informal and hush-hush working group to discuss
what actually occurred on September 11, 2001.
WMR has been told that those who met did not believe, in
whole or in part, the official line that 19 Arabs nationals armed with box
cutters hijacked four U.S. passenger planes and flew three of them into the
World Trade Center and Pentagon.
The officers included veterans of Marine Corps Special
The officers concluded that it was impossible for the
military’s command and control, intelligence, and other defense systems to
cascade in a total failure on the morning of September 11. They quietly set out
to find out what actually occurred that morning and who or what influenced the
total failure of defense, intelligence, and air traffic control systems.
The officers were forced to hold their meetings in
secret because of retaliation brought against those who revealed information
embarrassing to the Bush administration about both 9/11 and the concocted war
It is now being reported that investigators for the 9/11
Commission drafted a memo in April 2004 stating they believed that the North
American Air Defense Command (NORAD) and the Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) lied to commission investigators by indicating the military’s readiness
was sufficient on 9/11. Commission staffer John Azzerello is reported to have
given the memo to Commission Executive Director Philip Zelikow, a leading
neocon, who then “buried it.”
Commission investigators wanted a strongly worded criminal
referral on NORAD and FAA perjury sent to the Justice Department but Zelikow
downplayed the complaint and later told Phil Shenon, the author of “The
Commission” and New York Times reporter, that he did not know of the
criminal referral issue at the time.
Commission documents about the perjury of NORAD and FAA officials corroborates
the concerns expressed by the retired military officers about the true version
of events on 9/11.
published in the Wayne
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