"big money stench"

As promised to Bill, here's the account of richard grove a sales rep for several software companies developping for big business. It's a long account-transcript, divided in tracks..(to keep them), you could start at track 5

"Here’s where I’ll begin:

In 2000 I worked for a software development entity called SilverStream Software. I worked in Sales- and in October of that year I won the largest client in company history, which soon thereafter led to the acquisition of SilverStream by Novell........."

http://www.rinf.com/columnists/news/911-...

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Hi Rho,

I read the link you posted. I know very little about banking or monetary transactions by major corporations. But the beauty of computers and computer transactions is that information is replicated quickly and is usually redundant in many locations. It would be surprising to me if the damning information was confined to the WTC but I suppose that it is possible.

The tale told is overflowing with names, dates. and accusations. I don't have the ability to verify a single one them. It could be entirely true or entirely false or somewhere in-between.

I do know, on the other hand, that an attempt was made by Arab Islamist terrorists on February 26, 1993 to destroy the North Tower of the WTC. The car bomb was detonated by Ramzi Yousef and others. The attack was financed by al-Qaeda member Khaled Shaikh Mohammed, Yousef's uncle. Subsequent to the attack, Yousef escaped to Pakistan. When captured Yousef was brought back to America. In a statement to the FBI he stated that he regretted not having enough explosives to bring down the WTC towers and added that his fellow terrorists would try again to destroy them. In 1998, Yousef was convicted of "seditious conspiracy" to bomb the towers. In all, ten militant Islamist conspirators were convicted for their part in the bombing, each receiving prison sentences of a maximum of 240 years.

I also know that Khalid Sheik Mohammed (KSM) was named in the 9/11 Commission Report as "the principal architect of the 9/11 attacks". It is also believed that KSM played a significant role in 1993 WTC bombing (see above), the Operation Bojinka plot, an aborted 2002 attack on the US Bank Tower in LA, the Bali nightclub bombings, the failed bombing of AA Flight 63, and the murder of Daniel Pearl. KSM was captured in 2003 by Pakistani ISI. He is now in GTMO in US custody and is scheduled for hearings. Those hearings should prove interesting if he agrees.

Now, for you to convince me that someone other than radical terrorists destroyed the WTC and killed 3000 people, first you would have to convince me that everything just stated is a lie. You can't do that. That lie would involve thousands of people as would any sort of controlled demolition or remote-controlled flights.

Bill