Saturday, January 08, 2005
Major Overlooked 911 Issue
*Stanley Hall (Flight 77) was director of program management for Raytheon Electronics Warfare. One Raytheon colleague calls him "our dean of electronic warfare." [AP, 9/25/01]
*Peter Gay (Flight 11) was Raytheon's Vice President of Operations for Electronic Systems and had been on special assignment to a company office in El Segundo, Calif. [AP, 9/25/01] Raytheon's El Segundo's Electronic Systems division is one of two divisions making the Global Hawk. [ISR Journal, 3/02]
*Kenneth Waldie (Flight 11) was a senior quality control engineer for Raytheon's electronic systems.
*David Kovalcin (Flight 11) was a senior mechanical engineer for Raytheon's electronic systems. [CNN, 9/01]
*Herbert Homer (Flight 175) was a corporate executive working with the Department of Defense. [CNN, 9/01, Northeastern University Voice, 12/11/01]
Raytheon employees with possible links to Global Hawk can be connected to three of the four flights. There may be more, since many of the passengers' jobs and personal information have remained anonymous.
Seems like Global Hawk was presenting some sort of demonstration on 9-11-2001 that went terribly awry? Maybe wiping out these mainstays of the Global Hawk technology was a good way to coverup Global Hawk involvement from the get-go of the coverup? This sounds eerily familiar with all of those scientists involved with biological weapons programs to suddenly "die" after 9-11. And speaking of wiping out professional who can talk, what about all those firefighters in the Trade Centers, who if allowed leave the building BEFORE the demolition of the buildings, would have related the TRUTH about the inside damage to the buildings? Then there is the "healthy" air that the cleanup workers had to breathe every night and day, poisonous dust that filled the air, despite claims by the Bush administration that the air was healthy to breathe.
Does anyone see a pattern of kill-the-prime-witnesses here? What better way to cover up a crime, right? First we had the Clinton Death List, and now we will get the encore presentation, Bush Death List. United States is certainly an interesting and varied nation. Not only can knowledge enlighten you here, it can also get you killed!