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9/11 messages by Wikileaks

Website Wikileaks publishes '9/11 messages'

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November 26, 2009

By BBC News[1]

A website has published what it says are 573,000 intercepted pager messages sent during the 9/11 attacks in the United States.

Wikileaks says it will not reveal who gave it the messages - some of which are from federal agencies as well as ordinary citizens.

Internet analysts say they believe the messages are genuine but federal authorities have refused to comment.

The attacks on 11 September 2001 left nearly 3,000 people dead.

The messages are being published over a 24-hour period, ending at 0800GMT on Thursday. They are being released simultaneously on Wikileaks and social networking site Twitter.

'Live' broadcast The website is broadcasting each message at the time it was sent originally in 2001.

The first message was from 0300 local time (0800 GMT), five hours before the first attack in New York and the last 24 hours later.

The messages are not all about the attacks. Some are mundane questions about what people are having for lunch.

However, many are about the deadly plane attacks and range from people trying to find out if their loved ones are safe, to government messages, to computer server errors.

They include messages such as

  • This is Myrna, I will not rest until you get home, the second tower is down, I don't want to have to keep calling you after every event. Pls just go home
  • President has been rerouted won't be returning to Washington but not sure where he will go
  • Bomb detonated in World Trade Ctr. Pls get back to Mike Brady w/a quick assessment of your areas and contact us if anything is needed

New York's fire and police departments said they could not comment on whether messages purportedly sent from them were genuine while the US Secret Service refused to comment.

Pager company USA Mobility said it was troubled by the alleged interceptions, the Associated Press news agency reported.

Wikileaks allows people to anonymously post documents on the web, saying its aim is to promote transparency.

It was created in 2006 by dissidents, journalists, mathematicians and technologists from the US, Taiwan, Europe, Australia and South Africa.

Wikileaks spokesman Daniel Schmitt said the messages were submitted anonymously to the site several weeks ago.

He told Associated Press: "From the context information that the source provided we have strong reasons to believe that this is valid data."

He said the messages would help provide a fuller picture of what happened that day.

As published in BBC News. Thanks to BBC News for covering this material. Copyright remains with the aforementioned.

Imam Anwar al-Awlaki of Virgnia initially condemned the attacks. But just six days after the attack, he wrote on the website a suggestion that Israeli intelligence agents might have been responsible for the attacks, and that the FBI "went into the roster of the airplanes and whoever had a Muslim or Arab name became the hijacker by default.[133] ABC news cited this report on June 21, 2002, adding that the FBI had concluded that the five Israelis had no foreknowledge of the attacks.[134]

Any intelligence agency will disavow any knowledge of the spies actions if they are ever caught.

1 comment:

  1. AN ISRAELI SECURITY COMPANY called ICTS International, owned by an Israeli, Ezra Harel, serviced all of the 9/11 airports. For some strange reason, video surveillance tapes of the passengers who boarded the 9/11 flights have not been used as evidence by the 9/11 Commission headed by the Zionist Jew, Philip Zelikow.

    The hijackers were said to be 19 Arabs. Yet none of the passenger lists revealed Arab names. Somehow or other these unlisted Arab “hijackers” boarded the planes at Logan, Newark, and Dulles airports. Then within only 48 hours of the 9/11 event the FBI provided a list & even photos of the Arab “hijackers.” But of the 19 “hijackers” it is now a known fact that at least 9 of them were never on those planes but remain alive to this day.

    On May 9 2008, Professor David Ray Griffin, author of 9-11 Contradictions, brought out a significant point about Mohamed Atta who was the alleged ringleader of the Arab “hijackers.” Griffen reported that Atta’s luggage never made it on board on American Airlines’ Boston Flight 11 even though there was almost an hour for the luggage to be loaded.

    Atta’s luggage was used as “evidence” to prove that Arab “hijackers” took over the 9/11 planes. Found (rather “placed”) in Atta’s luggage was a copy of the Koran; an Islamic paradise wedding suit; a letter written by Atta that he planned to kill himself so that he could go to paradise as an Islamic martyr; and instructional videos for flying Boeing airliners Here & Here.

    Now here’s the rub. Atta’s alleged Mitsubishi rental car was “found” in Boston Logan Airport’s parking lot containing *yet another* copy of the Koran and *yet even more* instructional videos on flying Boeing airliners Here & Here. And not only this, but Atta’s passport was “found” unsinged from the World Trade Center’s inferno a few blocks away from the catastrophe - even though Atta’s name is not listed on American Airline’s passenger list.

    Methinks that a Zionist plot was behind it all.
    And Zionist “Suicide” Pilots Were The True “Ringleaders” Of The 9/11 Travesty.


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