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Bombshell Lawsuit Claims FBI Knowingly Hid Evidence from Congress of Explosives Used on 9/11

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In yet another major move from the great folks over at the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, and 9/11 victim family members Robert McIlvaine and Barbara Krukowski-Rastelli, a joint federal lawsuit has been filed to assess any evidence the FBI may have known about that contributed to the destruction of the towers on 9/11 which they may have kept from Congress.

The complaint cites the failure of the FBI and its 9/11 Review Commission to assess key 9/11-related evidence that the FBI can be shown to have had, or been aware of, regarding:

  1. the use of pre-placed explosives to destroy World Trade Center Buildings, 1, 2, and 7;
  2. the arrest and investigation of the “High Fivers” observed photographing and celebrating the attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11;
  3. terrorist financing related the reported Saudi support for the 9/11 hijackers;
  4. recovered plane parts, including serial numbers from all three crash locations;
  5. video from cameras mounted inside and outside the Pentagon; and
  6. cell phone communications from passengers aboard airplanes.

According to the press release on Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, this is evidence relevant to the 9/11 Review Commission’s and the FBI’s compliance with the mandate from Congress, which should have been assessed by the FBI and the 9/11 Review Commission and reported to Congress. The complaint also cites the destruction by the FBI of evidence related to the “High Fivers.” Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth has joined in bringing the counts that involve the evidence of the World Trade Center’s explosive demolition and evidence related to the “High Fivers,” while the other plaintiffs are party to all counts.

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by: Gary Rea (c)copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESRVED

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It is now almost nine years since September 11, 2001, the day “everything changed.” On that day, and for the next six years, I called myself a “conservative.” I had voted for George W. Bush in 2000 and I would vote for him again in 2004, convinced, as most of America had been, that we were attacked by “Al Qaeda” on 9/11.

It was not until May 2007 that I finally awoke from my long slumber of ignorance and began a painful emotional and intellectual journey after having realized that everything I thought I knew was wrong.

I had not only been a “conservative,” following 9/11, I had changed my voter registration from “independent” to Republican. I had been a libertarian for some twenty or more years by then, but I had become disillusioned with libertarianism and had spent most of the nineties in a near apolitical frame of mind. When 9/11 occurred and all the usual sources of information told me it was the work of Arab terrorists, like most folks, I believed it and I was angered by it. I swallowed the Neocons’ explanation of events hook, line and sinker, despite having known as early as 1977 of the international banksters and the conspiracy to create a world government. I had believed in this for a few years, when I was a young man, but had eventually dismissed it as “conspiracy theory” because it all seemed so unreal to me. There was nothing tangible about it that I could point to with any certainty, so I forgot all about it, although, when I heard George Bush, Sr. mention a “New World Order,” in 1991, my ears did perk up. But, I went quickly back to sleep, thinking it was all too fantastic to be real. More

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