Was 9/11 a conspiracy??

Created by djhixx on Oct 13, 2007

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Since: Jan 09

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#255320 May 1, 2013
WasteWater wrote:
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The official story is based upon facts and evidence unlike the Twoofer shill nonsense you present.
The official story is based on limits and stipulations provided by (like the evidence) the very people responsible for the "mission accomplished " press facade. Would this be based on factual events also? LOL Who spouts non-sense? Next thing your gonna tell me is the bible is the official story of religion. ha ha ha ha ha !! I'll admit the entertained ignorant public don't understand how the government manipulates the press , sad thing is they probably don't care that they're being duped into wars on inanimate objects.
One of my favorite rock groups , GWAR, has a song titled "You Can't Kill Terror" , Most of the lyrics ring so true its a little disturbing our national defense agreed to fight this silly war on a feeling.( ps they also sing "bring back the bomb" ,"babyraper", "pre-school prostitute" , and "fu*kin an animal" so don't take this last paragraph in this post to literal)....
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255321 May 1, 2013
That's not evidence, it's an essay, well, it is evidence you are into some really lame music (unless you are 14 or under).
crucifiedguy wrote:
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The official story is based on limits and stipulations provided by (like the evidence) the very people responsible for the "mission accomplished " press facade. Would this be based on factual events also? LOL Who spouts non-sense? Next thing your gonna tell me is the bible is the official story of religion. ha ha ha ha ha !! I'll admit the entertained ignorant public don't understand how the government manipulates the press , sad thing is they probably don't care that they're being duped into wars on inanimate objects.
One of my favorite rock groups , GWAR, has a song titled "You Can't Kill Terror" , Most of the lyrics ring so true its a little disturbing our national defense agreed to fight this silly war on a feeling.( ps they also sing "bring back the bomb" ,"babyraper", "pre-school prostitute" , and "fu*kin an animal" so don't take this last paragraph in this post to literal)....
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255322 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
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Funny how most police officers don't even know the actual laws much less the meaning of these laws.
That I actually totally agree with, it makes my job harder.
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#255323 May 1, 2013
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Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255324 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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FBI Spokesman Richard Kolko in a 2007 statement
"As the FBI has said since 9/11, bin Laden was responsible for the attack," Kolko said in a statement. "In this latest tape, he again acknowledged his responsibility. This should help to clarify for all the conspiracy theorists, again the 9/11 attack was done by bin Laden and al-Qaida."
http://classic-web.archive.org/web/2007121319...
PS: You rarely charge someone in a high profile case until after they are captured, if there is charges, they must be given their Miranda rights immediately, a common and basic prosecution tactic that does not relate to innocence.


This verbal statement is not verifiable proof he was charged in the events of 911. This is merely a statement . A warrant , indictment , or actual charges are required to make his statement true. So your saying High profile people get special treatment in the courts of law where all men are created equal? What a moron! Miranda rights Ha! I guess they read obl his Miranda rights before allegedly murdering and dismembering his body before dumping it in the ocean? Or maybe they dropped these rights from an airplane before bombing innocent villagers with "smart bombs" . I do not agree with you about Miranda rights being related to innocence, they are to protect the innocent from jackass people of "authority" who think they are better than the very public they are supposed to protect.If a prosecutor convicts an innocent person of a crime by withholding key evidence that would help prove innocence and this person is incarcerated do you think this prosecutor , arresting officer, detective, and any other person involved in the false imprisonment should be prosecuted ?

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255325 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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That I actually totally agree with, it makes my job harder.
Lol ! I think a a couple of lessons on criminal justice should be a required to become an officer paid to enforce any laws where the public is concerned . Only thing is most cops wouldn't be a very productive enforcer if they knew how many laws they usually break in the "due process" part of an investigation. When an individual being detained knows more about the law than the officer it tends to cause animosity . This only makes the police look stupid and violates any code of ethics. And yes if you are involved in the prosecution tends to make a conviction more difficult.Good luck with that.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255326 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
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This verbal statement is not verifiable proof he was charged in the events of 911. This is merely a statement . A warrant , indictment , or actual charges are required to make his statement true. So your saying High profile people get special treatment in the courts of law where all men are created equal?
NOPE, Your reading comprehension is suffering. ONCE AGAIN!

PS: You rarely charge someone in a high profile case until after they are captured, if there is charges, they must be given their Miranda rights immediately, a common and basic prosecution tactic that does not relate to innocence.

PPS: High profile, any serious crime such as felonies, low profile, jaywalking.

Exhaustive government and independent investigations have concluded otherwise, of course, and bin Laden and other al-Qaeda leaders have proudly taken responsibility for the hijackings. FBI officials say the wanted poster merely reflects the government's long-standing practice of relying on actual criminal charges in the notices. "There's no mystery here," said FBI spokesman Rex Tomb. "They could add 9/11 on there, but they have not because they don't need to at this point.... There is a logic to it."
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...

The former U.S. attorney in New York who oversaw terrorism cases when Mr. bin Laden was indicted for the embassy bombings there in 1998, David Kelley, said he is not at all surprised by the lack of a reference to September 11 on the official wanted poster. Mr. Kelley said the issue is a matter of legal restrictions and the need to be fair to any defendant. "It might seem a little strange from the outside, but it makes sense from a legal point of view," Mr. Kelley, now in private practice, said. "If I were in government, I'd be troubled if I were asked to put up a wanted picture where no formal charges had been filed, no matter who it was."
http://www.nysun.com/national/bin-ladens-most...
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255327 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
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Please provide a link stating how Osama Bin Laden,... was directly involved in the 911 tragedies.
Bin Laden: Yes, I did it

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml...

BIN LADEN ADMITS 9/11 RESPONSIBILITY, WARNS OF MORE ATTACKS

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/binladen_...

From the links

He said he was first inspired to attack the United States by the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon in which towers and buildings in Beirut were destroyed in the siege of the capital.

"While I was looking at these destroyed towers in Lebanon, it sparked in my mind that the tyrant should be punished with the same and that we should destroy towers in America, so that it tastes what we taste and would be deterred from killing our children and women," he said.

The al-Qaeda leader said the hijackers had planned to have all the attacks take place within 20 minutes because they were sure the Americans would react quickly and start shooting down errant airplanes.

Bush's delay "gave us three times the required time to carry out the operations, thanks be to God," bin Laden said.

In planning the attacks, bin Laden said he told Mohammed Atta, one of the hijackers, that the strikes had to be carried out "within 20 minutes before Bush and his administration noticed."

It is significant that throughout the video he uses the personal pronouns "I" and "we" to claim responsibility for the attacks. In the past, he has spoken of the attackers only in the third person.

"We decided to destroy towers in America," he said. "God knows that it had not occurred to our mind to attack the towers, but after our patience ran out and we saw the injustice and inflexibility of the American-Israeli alliance toward our people in Palestine and Lebanon, this came to my mind." .

Bin Laden Claims Responsibility for 9/11

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,137095,00...

http://www.cbc.ca/story/world/national/2004/1...

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/english/doc/2004...

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255328 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
That's not evidence, it's an essay, well, it is evidence you are into some really lame music (unless you are 14 or under).
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Please refer to the disclaimer at the end of my last paragraph.Actually I think I was around 14 when this "primitive" group became mainstream. So to speak. The first amendment is a wonderful thing when it is understood and allowed. This bands lyrics proves It has to be .
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255329 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol ! I think a a couple of lessons on criminal justice should be a required to become an officer paid to enforce any laws where the public is concerned . Only thing is most cops wouldn't be a very productive enforcer if they knew how many laws they usually break in the "due process" part of an investigation. When an individual being detained knows more about the law than the officer it tends to cause animosity . This only makes the police look stupid and violates any code of ethics. And yes if you are involved in the prosecution tends to make a conviction more difficult.Good luck with that.
Bingo!
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255330 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
<quoted text>
Please refer to the disclaimer at the end of my last paragraph.Actually I think I was around 14 when this "primitive" group became mainstream. So to speak. The first amendment is a wonderful thing when it is understood and allowed. This bands lyrics proves It has to be .
That's why I have a ACLU card in my back pocket.

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Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255331 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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Actually you would be wrong, all investigations start AFTER THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME.
No you are mistaken here . I can see you have never been pulled over because you look suspicious. No crime has been commissioned .
Only the thought of an officer has been committed. Suspicion of an unknown crime is not "after the commission of a crime" , it is profiling.Or to be honest I see this as "criminal negligence". It being a crime to assume guilt before a trial or even any evidence being provided is terrorism at its finest.

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255332 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
<quoted text>
Bin Laden: Yes, I did it
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml...
BIN LADEN ADMITS 9/11 RESPONSIBILITY, WARNS OF MORE ATTACKS
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/binladen_...
From the links
He said he was first inspired to attack the United States by the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon in which towers and buildings in Beirut were destroyed in the siege of the capital.
"While I was looking at these destroyed towers in Lebanon, it sparked in my mind that the tyrant should be punished with the same and that we should destroy towers in America, so that it tastes what we taste and would be deterred from killing our children and women," he said.
The al-Qaeda leader said the hijackers had planned to have all the attacks take place within 20 minutes because they were sure the Americans would react quickly and start shooting down errant airplanes.
Bush's delay "gave us three times the required time to carry out the operations, thanks be to God," bin Laden said.
In planning the attacks, bin Laden said he told Mohammed Atta, one of the hijackers, that the strikes had to be carried out "within 20 minutes before Bush and his administration noticed."
It is significant that throughout the video he uses the personal pronouns "I" and "we" to claim responsibility for the attacks. In the past, he has spoken of the attackers only in the third person.
"We decided to destroy towers in America," he said. "God knows that it had not occurred to our mind to attack the towers, but after our patience ran out and we saw the injustice and inflexibility of the American-Israeli alliance toward our people in Palestine and Lebanon, this came to my mind." .
Bin Laden Claims Responsibility for 9/11
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,137095,00...
http://www.cbc.ca/story/world/national/2004/1...
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/english/doc/2004...
Still no charges from the fbi , cia, nsa, or any other alphabet agency? Television is not proof of guilt. BBC reported building 7 collapse before it crumpled . Does this prove a scripted news ?
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255333 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
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No you are mistaken here . I can see you have never been pulled over because you look suspicious. No crime has been commissioned .
Only the thought of an officer has been committed. Suspicion of an unknown crime is not "after the commission of a crime" , it is profiling.Or to be honest I see this as "criminal negligence". It being a crime to assume guilt before a trial or even any evidence being provided is terrorism at its finest.
How do you investigate a non existent crime, you make no sense.

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255334 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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That's why I have a ACLU card in my back pocket.
Right on ! The law works for everyone that wishes to know it. No matter who you are, or your occupation. Knowledge is a powerful thing when used properly.

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255335 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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How do you investigate a non existent crime, you make no sense.

That is my very point. I as well as many other citizens have been targeted by certain factions of law enforcement for strictly being somewhere these agencies assumed illegal activity was taking place. Hence your" After the crime" statement is incorrect.What is a preemptive war? I consider it down right terrorism. Looking "suspicious " is not a crime.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255336 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
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That is my very point. I as well as many other citizens have been targeted by certain factions of law enforcement for strictly being somewhere these agencies assumed illegal activity was taking place. Hence your" After the crime" statement is incorrect.What is a preemptive war? I consider it down right terrorism. Looking "suspicious " is not a crime.
Profiling is not an investigation of a crime, it is an Unconstitutional method of determining if there is any crime to investigate.

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255337 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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NOPE, Your reading comprehension is suffering. ONCE AGAIN!
PS: You rarely charge someone in a high profile case until after they are captured, if there is charges, they must be given their Miranda rights immediately, a common and basic prosecution tactic that does not relate to innocence.
PPS: High profile, any serious crime such as felonies, low profile, jaywalking.
Exhaustive government and independent investigations have concluded otherwise, of course, and bin Laden and other al-Qaeda leaders have proudly taken responsibility for the hijackings. FBI officials say the wanted poster merely reflects the government's long-standing practice of relying on actual criminal charges in the notices. "There's no mystery here," said FBI spokesman Rex Tomb. "They could add 9/11 on there, but they have not because they don't need to at this point.... There is a logic to it."
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
The former U.S. attorney in New York who oversaw terrorism cases when Mr. bin Laden was indicted for the embassy bombings there in 1998, David Kelley, said he is not at all surprised by the lack of a reference to September 11 on the official wanted poster. Mr. Kelley said the issue is a matter of legal restrictions and the need to be fair to any defendant. "It might seem a little strange from the outside, but it makes sense from a legal point of view," Mr. Kelley, now in private practice, said. "If I were in government, I'd be troubled if I were asked to put up a wanted picture where no formal charges had been filed, no matter who it was."
http://www.nysun.com/national/bin-ladens-most...
Reading comprehension..."the wanted poster merely reflects the government's long-standing practice of relying on actual criminal charges in the notices. "

Thanks for providing exactly what I said. OBL was not charged with 911. An alleged tv admission of guilt is not a charge .

Next would be the involvement of Iraq , Afghanistan, and Iran.
Where these countries charged with a crime?

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#255338 May 1, 2013
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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Profiling is not an investigation of a crime, it is an Unconstitutional method of determining if there is any crime to investigate.

Oh I see , An investigation , investigating whether an investigation is warranted or a crime was possibly committed.
That's kinda saying because you leave a bank with a bag of money and enter a vehicle waiting at the curb then speed away it is probable you just robbed the bank. Unconstitutional is putting it mildly...Terrorism is what it is.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#255339 May 1, 2013
crucifiedguy wrote:
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Oh I see , An investigation , investigating whether an investigation is warranted or a crime was possibly committed.
That's kinda saying because you leave a bank with a bag of money and enter a vehicle waiting at the curb then speed away it is probable you just robbed the bank. Unconstitutional is putting it mildly...Terrorism is what it is.
Your defenition of terrorism is strange, while a USC 1983 violation could be terrorism it rarely is, normally it is a simple violation of civil rights, wrong, yes, terrorism, no.

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