Saturday, June 17, 2006

9/11 Thefts Not Prosecuted

So a bunch of people stole artifacts from the World Trade Center site. Big woop. But you've got to read between the lines. Example. The artifacts in question are of the souvenir type: crystal globes, pieces of phone, etc. The FBI was in the middle of investigating this not-so-earth-shattering theft, when it found out that perhaps 16 of its own agents had also liberated a few items themselves and displayed them on their office desks, and so the case was dropped. Magical!

But what about the countless tons of steel trusses and columns that were stolen from the site mere days after the attacks? Yes. Most of the steel from the wreckage was loaded onto trucks, driven to a port, and shipped off to Asia to be melted down and recycled. This was at the behest of the venerable mayor Rudy Giuliani. Being a lawyer himself, Giuliani knows it is a federal offense to remove anything from a crime scene before it has been investigated. When confronted by citizens about this later, he said something to the effect of, "Gee, I didn't know. Oh well. Next question."

Why didn't the FBI investigate that one? Was it involved in some kind of a *gasp!* cover-up? Sure, why not. They were the ones who stole upwards of 84 videotapes from around the Pentagon, allegedly "fueling" the "conspiracy theories" about Flight 77.

Say, who watches the watchers? I'll tell you who. We The People do. And if you're not investigating the FBI and other organizations and individuals concerning the events preceding, during, and following the attacks, then you are derelict in your duties. If the government won't re-open the 9/11 investigation, the people must do it themselves. That is why I will never stop searching for the remaning puzzle pieces.

Join me in my search, won't you?