How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

"It was an inteilligence failure"

Yeah, there was some failed intelligence involved on the now infamous day of the World Trade Center incident.

Sibel Edmonds happened to be translating information from terrorist networks that confirmed plans to use aircraft as missles. Moreover, there were several attempts to gag her on this subject- she claims. She's been paraded before several committees, including the 9/11 Comission, Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate Select Intelligence Committee.

What I personally want to hear and see is more corroboration of her testimony. I find it hard to believe that she was the only person to handle and translate that information- there must be other individuals that can confirm her claims.

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