Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Another Example Of How U.S. Intelligence Agencies Conveniently Ignore Responsibility For Their Actions While Placing The Blame Elsewhere

There were many victims on 9-11-2001, not the least of which were the airlines whose aircraft were alleged to have been hijacked and used to foment these terrorist attacks. However, given that many people have stated that at least one of the planes which hit the World Trade Center was not a commercial airliner as the media reported, as well as the complete farce of a 757 crashing into the Pentagon (more than likely a cruise missile struck the Pentagon), there's little wonder why these airlines want full disclosure of what the FBI and CIA knew before these attacks occurred.

Information that these agencies have refused to supply. From their past history, it's become quite obvious that if the Intel community is caught up in their own lies, their only recourse is to foment a cover up in regard to what they've done, so that they cannot be made accountable for their treasonous crimes.

In its entire history, the U.S. Federal Government has never been less accountable for its crimes than in post 9-11 America. A situation in which our constitutional rule of law has been replaced with what now borders on outright tyranny. And one in which our legislators appear to be more interested in settling on a lie which they can all comfortably live with, then prosecuting the real terrorists who still harbor themselves within this government, and are likely planning an even more aggressive attack in the near future which will allow their legislative pawns to impose a state of martial law in the United States.

However, this government's lies in regard to the attacks on 9-11 are beginning to crumble just like the World Trade Center Towers did, when they were imploded by the ignited dynamite charges which had been planted in these buildings perhaps weeks or months in an advance of 9-11-2001. A deception of such enormity that it could not have been carried out without the cooperation of both the U.S. Military Intelligence complex as well as the American media system.

The price that this government will now pay for such a deception -- a complete and utter loss of credibility with the American Proletariat.

Aviation companies blame FBI, CIA and terrorists for 9/11
The Associated Press Published: May 1, 2008

NEW YORK: Aviation companies sued by the families of Sept. 11 victims for failing to safeguard air travel are in turn blaming federal investigators — arguing the Federal Aviation Administration was not alerted that al-Qaida was poised to launch terrorist attacks.

In court documents filed this week in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, aviation companies are seeking to force five FBI employees to provide testimony that may help defend against claims the companies share blame in the attacks.

"The aviation parties anticipate that the FBI witnesses' testimony will demonstrate that the FBI had information before Sept. 11 indicating that al-Qaida may have been about to launch terrorist attacks on civil aviation, which it did not timely pass along to the Federal Aviation Administration," lawyers wrote.

The airlines and aviation companies are defending themselves against lawsuits seeking billions of dollars in damages for injuries, fatalities, property damage and business losses related to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack.

The companies in turn filed separate lawsuits against the CIA and the FBI last August to force terrorism investigators to tell whether the aviation industry was to blame for the Sept. 11 attacks.

The latest documents filed by the airlines, airport authorities, security companies and an aircraft manufacturer argue that if the FAA had known about an FBI investigation of Zacarias Moussaoui weeks before the Sept. 11 attacks, it could have amended security measures to guard against the type of terrorist attack Moussaoui was planning.

The aviation defendants said the FBI has refused to permit even a single deposition, although the agency does not deny that five potential witnesses in the case have already testified and made other public statements before the 9/11 Commission, the Moussaoui trial jury and the media.

In the lawsuit against the CIA, companies including American Airlines Inc., United Airlines Inc., US Airways Group Inc., Delta Air Lines Inc., Continental Airlines Inc. and The Boeing Co. are seeking to interview the deputy chief of the CIA's bin Laden unit in 2001, and an FBI special agent assigned to the unit at that time. The names of both are secret.

The lawyers said testimony from both agencies was critical to their defense.

"After weighing this evidence together with the criminal acts of the terrorists, the jury would be entitled to conclude that any act or omission by the aviation parties was so dwarfed by the other causal factors of the attacks that the aviation parties' conduct was not a substantial cause of the plaintiffs' injuries," the lawyers wrote.

U.S. Attorney Michael Garcia said last year that the request for depositions with FBI agents was rejected because the aviation companies didn't explain how FBI information before the attacks would relate to their defense efforts.

Garcia said much of the information was protected from disclosure, "because it involves classified national security information or matters protected by the law enforcement investigative privilege."

He also said it would be "extremely difficult and burdensome" to separate the classified information from the non-classified information and risk that some classified materials may be inadvertently disclosed.

Yusill Scribner, a spokeswoman for government lawyers in the case, said there was no comment Wednesday.

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