9/11 Panel Suspected Deception by Pentagon Allegations Brought to Inspectors General By Dan Eggen Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, August 2, 2006; Page A03 Some staff members and commissioners of the Sept. 11 panel concluded that the Pentagon's initial story … Read more . . .
White House evacuated 12 minutes before "aircraft hit Pentagon". But the Pentagon was not evacuated. WHY ?
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http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2001/09/20010916-2.html George W. Bush Press Conference 16 September 2001 […] Q Mr. President, would you confirm what the Vice President said this morning, that at one point during this crisis you gave an order to shoot down any civilian airliner that … Read more . . .
Secret Service was told: ‘Air Force One is next’ By Jeremy Laurance 14 September 2001 The Independent, London As the second airliner slammed into the south tower of the World Trade Centre, Vice-President Dick Cheney was staring at a television … Read more . . .
Wednesday, July 07, 2004 Bush and Rumsfeld, off duty Anon.http://xymphora.blogspot.com/2004_07_01_xymphora_archive.html It’s a funny coincidence that at America’s greatest moment of need, in the middle of the attacks on September 11, both the President of the United States and his Secretary … Read more . . .
Analysis of Bush’s inaction at the Booker Elementary School Excerpts from Webster Tarplex’s book ?9/11 Synthetic Terrorism? (2005) “The children were opening their books to read a story together when Bush’s White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card entered … Read more . . .
Bush’s actions on September 11 have been the subject of lively debate, mostly on the internet. Details reported that day and in the week after the attacks – both the media reports and accounts given by Bush himself – have changed radically over the past 18 months. Culling hundreds of reports from newspapers, magazines, and the internet has only made finding the "truth" of what happened and when it happened more confusing. In the changed political climate after 9/11, few have dared raise challenging questions about Bush’s actions. A journalist who said Bush was "flying around the country like a scared child, seeking refuge in his mother’s bed after having a nightmare" and another who said Bush "skedaddled" were fired. [Washington Post, 9/29/01 (B)] We should have a concise record of where President Bush was throughout the day the US was attacked, but we do not.
What follows is an attempt to give the most complete account of Bush’s actions – from Florida to Louisiana to Nebraska to Washington, DC.
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The obscure goat story of 9-11 It is very important to examine the first reactions President Bush had concerning the events of September 11. You can tell much about the truth by observing the reactions of men. Human nature is … Read more . . .
Press Picks Up on Sept. 11’s AWOL Chain of Command On the morning of September 11, Secretary Rumsfeld was having breakfast at the Pentagon with a group of members of Congress. He then returned to his office for his daily … Read more . . .