Another Nineteen: Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects Paperback – 14 Jun 2013
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About the Author
Kevin Ryan is the co-editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies and a whistleblower from Underwriters Laboratories. He has contributed to many books and scientific articles on the subject of 9/11, and has made presentations around the U.S. and Canada. He has appeared on National Public Radio, Air America Radio, Pacifica Radio, C-SPAN Book TV, Free Speech TV, and Colorado Public Television.
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Kevin Ryan's initial knowledge concerning Underwriter Laboratory's work on testing the steel used in the construction of the World Trade Centre has led to him to expand his understanding and knowledge of what happened leading upto 9/11 with its possible roots in the failure of Vietnam and the evidence for private networks within Government that ensured the attacks succeed (not wishing to use the LIHOP vs MIHOP argument) to instigate a new "war on terror" to justify the expansion of military budgets.
Kevin identifies the following five key issues centering around the first critical aspect.
1. The FBI and CIA had the knowledge and intelligence to capture the hijackers but they were not and the attack was allowed to go ahead.
2. The planes should not have been hijacked if the measures in place to stop this were carried out effectively
3. The US Chain of Command should have immediately responded to the hijackings but did not.
4. Based on evidence, at least some of the planes should have been intercepted given the ample warnings received by the FAA.
5. All scientific evidence shows each of the three buildings should not have collapsed in the way they did.
Previous books have looked at the evidence but this book takes a step further and looks closely at the possible perpetrators who were in positions to make it happen.
I suggest you don't read this book unless you at least read David Griffin's books "The New Pearl Harbour: 9/11, the cover-up and the expose" and "9/11 Ten Years later: How State Crimes Against Democracy Succeed". This will give you a heads up of the evidence.
Many of the personalities go back to working with “special operations” around the globe, Vietnam, Korea or South America. They are the people the establishment can trust to push things their way. As one character in the book stated “Terrorism is Theatre”. It certainly is, and the “theatre” of 911 has certainly allowed many things to happen.
Is the attack on WTC and the Pentagon one of them? I am not sure, but I am sure the official narrative is incomplete at best. This version requires knowledge of a number of not well known groups and corporations, and is written for information not for those without a brain for recalling many such facts. Still, it is more convincing than what the 9-11 Commission came up with, and it talks about the report at length.
Positive/negative: very detailed, knowledgable, direct, well written; complicated at times (but that is only consequence of the complexity of the issue)
Who should read: anyone interested in the 9/11 "mistery" unfolding
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This is a great analysis of all the intrigue that has surrounded 9-11. No finger pointing just a discussion of who was there and who had what to gain. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is the definition of "conspiracy theory". Despite the fact that 911 was partially an inside job. Save your money. 1*Published on 25 Oct. 2013 by Derek Desmond