Israeli Involvement

Controlled Demoloition

No Plane Theory

Who Killed John O'Neill? Who Killed John O'Neill? One Actor, One Room, Seven Characters: 9/11. Traumatized by the September 11th attacks, one man struggles to dismantle official history, at the expense of his sanity and even his life. Grappling with multiple realities - and multiple personalities - he must retreat into his mind in pursuit of the truth. In a fictional film about non-fictional events, there is a place where belief and faith will blind you, where nothing is sacred, and to get there all you have to do is ask:
General of all American Intelligence: 911 was a fraud!
Who Killed John O'Neill? Who Killed John O'Neill? One Actor, One Room, Seven Characters: 9/11. Traumatized by the September 11th attacks, one man struggles to dismantle official history, at the expense of his sanity and even his life. Grappling with multiple realities - and multiple personalities - he must retreat into his mind in pursuit of the truth.
z. brzezinski note U.S. narcotics policy in Afghanistan has been subordinated ... Who is Tim Osman? Ask Jeeves, he knows Bin Laden's Oxford days Bin Laden Comes Home to Roost (local MHTML) - 1998 MSNBC story on Maktab al-Khidamar, Pakistan, and the CIA. z. brzezinski note
Did bin Laden "mind-meld" the military? Did he drop valium into the coffeepots? Was there a real Al-Qaeda "mole" in the FBI, as Colleen Rowley suggested? Yes. His name is Dave Frasca (see below). Take Over World (Akron, OH) (homepage 1 of 3) Take Over World (Akron, OH) (homepage 1 of 3)
Complete 911 Timeline Complete 911 Timeline The initial trial of militants accused of being involved in the 1999 Millennium Plot (see November 30, 1999) ends with convictions for most of the defendants, as 22 of the 28 accused are found guilty, with six acquittals and six death sentences. [New York Times, 1/15/2001; Associated Press, 12/16/2002] At the start of the trial, only 15 of the accused are present, the rest being tried in absentia. One is Algerian and another is Iraqi, although most are Jordanians of Palestinian origin. [Independent, 4/21/2000] The defendants include: Abu Qatada, a senior militant cleric based in London, is sentenced in absentia to 15 years in prison. He has already been convicted in another case in Jordan (see (April 1999)), but years later will not have been extradited from Britain.