Suspects orhestrating sept. 11. 2001

Dick Cheney

From (born January 30, 1941) was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Halliburton Energy Services; he is still a major stockholder. Halliburton was granted a $7 billion no-bid contract in rebuilding Iraq. In 1997, he, along with Donald Rumsfeld and others, founded the "Project for the New American Century," a think tank whose self-stated goal is to "promote American global leadership through military strength." He was also part of the board of advisers of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) before becoming Vice President. Cheney directed the National Energy Policy Development Group (NEPDG)[21] commonly known as the Energy task force. Comprised by people in the energy industry, this group included several Enron executives. In March 2003 Executive Order 13292 gave the Vice President the power to classify documents. "President" Cheney was in command in the White House on 9/11 while George W. Bush was parked in a school in Florida along with the press corpse doing absolutely nothing while "USA was under attack".

Quote from Dick Cheney from 1999, in a speech while boss for Halliburton. "Where is the oil going to come from" to slake the world's ever-growing thirst, asked Cheney, and then answered his own question: "The Middle East, with two-thirds of the world's oil and the lowest cost, is still where the prize ultimately lies."

On september 16, Cheney stated there were no warnings or spesific threats against USA that required actions. Later, we heard that some 20 countries warned USA about something going to happen on 0/11. Cheney lied.
Cheney's Plan for World Control from "The Hidden History of 9-11"

Jeb Bush

    From (born February 11, 1953), was the 43rd Governor of Florida, in the United States, as well as the first Republican to be re-elected to that office. He is a prominent member of the Bush family: the younger brother of President George W. Bush. Questions have been raised about Bush's involvement in the notorious "Florida Felons List" affair, in which primarily black and Democratic voters were erroneously listed as felons and thus declared ineligible to vote. Bush ignored at least one direct warning from a state computer expert that the list was flawed and should not be used. Bush has also been active in the neoconservative think tank Project for the New American Century, whose stated goal is to promote American global leadership.
Why did Jeb Bush and federal agents seize records from Huffman Aviation - Florida flight school of Mohammed Atta, and other 9/11 hijackers - in the middle of the night following the attacks of September 11th and load them onto a C-130? And why did Jeb Bush know, hours after the attack, where to look two weeks before the hijackers were identified?

Donald Rumsfeld

    From (born July 9, 1932) 21st Secretary of Defense under President George W. Bush from 2001–2006. Rumsfeld was a founder and active member of the Project for the New American Century. He co-signed a January 29, 1998 PNAC letter sent to President Bill Clinton. Rumsfeld had held a close relationship with Vice President Dick Cheney from previous White House administrations. Following the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Rumsfeld led the military planning and execution of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan and the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Critics of the second Bush administration accuse it — and Rumsfeld in particular — of taking power determined to go to war with Iraq.

I en rapport sammen med andre medlemmer av PNAC (Project for New American Century) skriver Donald Rumsfeld med flere i september 2000: "the process of transformation ... is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event - like a new Pearl Harbor."

Similarly Rumsfeld was so determined to obtain a rationale for an attack on Iraq that on 10 separate occasions he asked the CIA to find evidence linking Iraq to 9/11; the CIA repeatedly came back empty-handed (Time Magazine, May 13 2002).

Paul Wolfowitz

    From (born December 22, 1943) is most famous as a prominent architect of the foreign policy of the George W. Bush administration known as the Bush Doctrine, which resulted in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. According to Cobra II, during the initial months of the Bush Administration and prior to the September 11th attacks, "Wolfowitz sought to enlist the Joint Staff's support to develop a strategy for aiding an anti-Saddam resistance. Wolfowitz later explained “9/11 really was a wake up call and that if we take proper advantage of this opportunity to prevent the future terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction that it will have been an extremely valuable wake up call.”
"For bureaucratic reasons, we settled on one issue, weapons of mass destruction (as justification for invading Iraq) because it was the one reason everyone could agree on."

Wolfowitz, som i januar 2005 ble president i verdensbanken mot mange lands ønsker, må nå trolig gå av etter skandale etter at han sørget for å gi sin nye kjæreste et fett lønnstillegg uten å gå tjenestevei. Wolfowitz kjæreste sier hun er uskyldig (

Richard Perle

    From (born September 16, 1941) is an American political advisor and lobbyist who worked for the Reagan administration as an assistant Secretary of Defense and worked on the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee from 1987 to 2004. He was Chairman of the Board from 2001 to 2003 under the Bush Administration. Perle advocates pre-emptive strikes, such as in Iraq, as an extension of America's right to self defence. For example, Perle has expressed support for a theoretical first strike on North Korean and Iranian nuclear facilities. Like many in the neoconservative movement, Perle had long been an advocate of regime change in Iraq. He was a signatory of the January 26, 1998 PNAC Letter sent to US President Bill Clinton that called for the military overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime.

Douglas Feith

    From (born July 16, 1953) served as the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy for United States President George W. Bush from July 2001 until he resigned from his position effective August 8, 2005. Feith also cofounded the organization One Jerusalem to oppose the Oslo peace agreement. Its purpose is "saving a united Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel." "Doug Feith, of course, is without question, one of the most brilliant individuals in government. He is – he’s just a rare talent. And from my standpoint, working with him is always interesting. He’s been one of the really the intellectual leaders in the administration in defense policy aspects of our work here." (Donald Rumsfeld) " I often wondered if their primary allegiance was to their own country or to Israel. That was the thing that troubled me, because there was so much that they said and did that looked like it was more reflective of Israel’s interest than our own." (Former Chief of Staff to the Secretary of State, Larry Wilkerson)

William Kristol

    From (born December 23, 1952) Kristol established, along with neoconservative John Podhoretz and with financing from Rupert Murdoch, the conservative periodical The Weekly Standard. In 1997, he founded, with Robert Kagan, the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), a movement credited in part for some of the foreign policy decisions of the Bush administration as evidenced by their 1998 letter to US President Bill Clinton advocating military action in Iraq, to "protect our vital interests in the Gulf". He is also a member of the conservative think tank the American Enterprise Institute from which the Bush administration has borrowed over two dozen members to fill various government offices and panels. Kristol is currently chairman of PNAC and editor of The Weekly Standard.

Elliot Abrams

    From (born January 24, 1948) Abrams was promoted to be his Deputy National Security Advisor for Global Democracy Strategy, responsible for advancing Bush's strategy of advancing democracy abroad. Abrams took note of a resolution passed on 23 June 1987 by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee demanding the creation of a "democratic government" in Panama, and officially concurred, thus making the toppling of Noriega the official U.S. policy. Abrams also demanded that the Panamanian military be freed of "political corruption." Abrams planned the Venezuelan coup attempt of 2002 against Hugo Chávez.

Larry A. Silverstein

    From (born 1932) is a billionaire real estate investor and operator and the head of Silverstein Properties, a real estate development group. Silverstein is the developer and leaseholder of the World Trade Center towers that were destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks. Silverstein's bid for the lease to the World Trade Center was accepted on July 24, 2001, seven weeks before the buildings were destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks. Silverstein was awarded nearly $5 billion in insurance money following the destruction of the Twin Towers. Construction of the new 7 World Trade Center began in 2002, and was completed in 2006 at a cost of $700 million.

Carl Rove

    From (born December 25, 1950) Rove accepted a position in the Bush administration as Senior Advisor to the President. The President's confidence in Rove has been so strong that during a meeting with South Korean president Roh Moo-hyun on 14 May 2003, he brought only Rove and then-National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. Rove has played a significant role in shaping policy at the White House. On June 30, 2001, Rove divested his stocks in 23 companies, which included more than $100,000 in each of Enron, Boeing, General Electric, and Pfizer. The same day, the White House confirmed reports that Rove had been involved in administration energy policy meetings while at the same time holding stock in energy companies including Enron. Valerie Plame's status as a CIA employee, but was unaware at the time of the name "Valerie Plame." Rove claims to have learned of her name from his conversation with Novak.[37] On July 13, 2006 Valerie Plame sued Vice President Cheney, Rove, Libby, and others, accusing them of conspiring to destroy her career.

Rudolph Giuliani

    From (born May 28, 1944) He then gained national attention for his leadership role during and after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center[2] that led him to be named Time's 2001 Person of the Year In September 2006, Village Voice writer Wayne Barrett and senior producer for, Dan Collins, published The Grand Illusion: The Untold Story of Rudy Giuliani and 9/11,[53] one of the strongest reassessments of Giuliani's role in the events of 9/11. After campaigning on behalf of George W. Bush in the 2004 election,he was reportedly the top choice for Secretary of Homeland Security after the resignation of Tom Ridge. When suggestions were made that Giuliani's confirmation hearings would be marred by details of his past affairs and scandals, he turned down the offer.
Giuliani var med på en omfattende øvelse som faktisk begynte dagen før 11. september. Istedenfor å bruke sin kommandobunker som lå midt i det forsterkete bygget World Trace Center nr. 7 (som uforklarig "raste sammen" om ettermiddagen ...) ble det etablert et eget øveles-senter på et annet lokale til New York Port Authority. Hvorfor?

Marvin Bush

    From (born October 22, 1956) He was a director of the Sterling, Virginia company Securacom, also known as Stratesec, from 1993 until fiscal year 2000. With his father being a former one-term president, his brother George W. a two-term president, and his brother Jeb a two-term governor, there is speculation that Marvin Bush will also go into politics. Over the past decade, Marvin has engaged in a multitude of campaign and fundraising events.

Lewis Libby (the first to be convicted)

    From (born August 22, 1950) is an American lawyer who was Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, assistant to the Vice President for national security affairs, as well as assistant to President George W. Bush, from 2001 to 2005 During the George H. W. Bush administration, Libby served in the Department of Defense as principal deputy under secretary (Strategy and Resources) On October 28, 2005, Libby resigned his government position, hours after being indicted on five felony counts (one count of obstruction of justice, two counts of making false statements, and two counts of perjury) by a U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel as part of the CIA leak grand jury investigation, an ongoing federal inquiry "into the alleged unauthorized disclosure of a CIA employee's identity."
Libby ble 6. mars 2007 kjent skyldig i 4 av 5 tiltalepunkter vedr. saker som angår Irak-krigen, han fikk en kvart million dollar i bot og 2,3 år ubetinget fengsel. Men 3. juli 2007 grep president Bush inn og fjernet fengelsstraffen, slik at Libby går fri. Vi er ikke i tvil hvorfor: Libby var Cheney sin stabssjef og handlet på Cheneys ordrer. Og Cheney, som har full kontroll over president Bush, stilte opp og fikk ham fri. Vi har heller ingen tro på at Libby kommer til å betale boten på 2,5 millioner dollar av egen lomme.

Kjent skyldig i CIA-lekkasje (
The secretive Cheney aide at the heart of the CIA leak case

Wirt D. Walker

    From (born ca. 1940) Cousin of Marvin and George W. Bush. Stratasec had contracts to provide security for United Airlines, Dulles International Airport (the airport from which American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon, took off), and the World Trade Center in New York up to the 10th of Setpember 2001, just before the September 11, 2001 attacks Walker was Chairman and CEO of Stratesec/Securacom, whose board of directors included Marvin Bush, from 1999 to the company's liquidation in 2003. He had served as a director of the company since 1987. Securacom had security contracts at the World Trade Center, United Airlines, and Dulles International Airport.

Alberto Gonzalez

    From (born August 4, 1955) Is current Attorney General (justisminister) of the United States. He formerly served under U.S. President George W. Bush as White House Counsel 2001-2005. Gonzales authored a controversial memo in January of 2002 that explored whether Article III of the Geneva Convention even applied to Al Qaeda and Taliban fighters captured in Afghanistan and held in detention facilities around the world, including Camp X-Ray in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Gonzales also authored the Presidential Order which authorized the use of military tribunals to try terrorist suspects. He fought with Congress to keep Vice President Dick Cheney's Energy task force documents from being reviewed. Gonzales was also an early advocate of the controversial USA PATRIOT Act. He is also accused of being involved in the decision to allow foreign combatants in U.S. custody to be deported to nations that allow torture, in order to extract further information from them; he denies that he has ever supported this measure.

    The dismissal of U.S. Attorneys controversy, also referred to as Attorneygate, is an ongoing political dispute concerning the dismissal of eight United States Attorneys by the George W. Bush administration in late 2006 and early 2007. The controversy received nationwide attention in March 2007.

John Ashcroft

    From (born May 9, 1942) was the 79th Attorney General (justisminister) of the United States. He served during the first term of President George W. Bush from 2001 until 2005. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, Ashcroft was a key supporter of passage of the USA Patriot Act.