(8:50 a.m.) September 11, 2001: CIA Director Tenet Told of Attack, Immediately Suspects Bin Laden
CIA Director George Tenet is told of the first WTC crash while he is eating breakfast with his mentor, former Senator David Boren (D), at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington, DC. They are interrupted when CIA bodyguards converge on the table to hand Tenet a cell phone. Tenet is told that the WTC has been attacked by an airplane. Boren later says, “I was struck by the fact that [the messenger] used the word ‘attacked.’” Tenet then hands the cell phone back to an aide and says to Boren, “You know, this has bin Laden’s fingerprints all over it.” “‘He was very collected,’ Boren recalls. ‘He said he would be at the CIA in 15 minutes, what people he needed in the room and what he needed to talk about.’” [USA TODAY, 9/24/2001; ABC NEWS, 9/14/2002]
The seeming “demolitions” were actually the result of airliners’ impact and jet fuels’ fire, Jerry Hauer (then a Managing Director of Kroll, Inc., one of the ‘Security’ firms examined by Kevin Ryan in Part Two of his “Demolition Access …’ study, as well as a Senior Adviser to the United States’ Department of Human Services) immediately told Dan Rather of CBS. Further, the attack bore “the fingerprints of Osama bin Laden,” Jerry Hauer, standing for his interview in dust-shrouded Lower Manhattan, somehow said with uncanny prescience over CBS on the day of ” ‘9/11′ “.
Yes, the fingerprints of:
Cheney Bin Laden
Netanyahu Bin Laden
Rumsfeld Bin Laden
Sharon Bin Laden
Wolfowitz Bin Laden
'Lucky Larry' Bin Laden
Bush Bin Laden
That's whose fingerprints are all over the 9/11 inside job.
President Bush says he is opposed to establishing a special, independent commission to probe how the government dealt with terrorism warnings before 9/11. [CBS NEWS, 5/23/2002]
Fifty Questions on 9/11
US maintained 'intimate relations' with Bin Laden, and the Taliban, "all the way until that day of September 11."
And the coverup continues:
Obama opposes a 9/11 Truth Commission