Monthly Archives: September 2009

Confessions of a drug smuggling CIA hit man

According to the FBI’s official story, repeated in the 9/11 Commission Report, the fact that three of the four terrorist pilots at the controls of hijacked airplanes in the 9/11 attack all attended flight school at the Venice Municipal Airport … Continue reading

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The “Deep History” of the Venice Municipal Airport

Eight years after terrorist ringleader Mohamed Atta practiced ‘touch & go’s’ off the runway at the Venice Municipal Airport, the men he did business with there have not  been called to account for running a continuing criminal enterprise at the … Continue reading

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The War for Control of the Venice Airport

  A fierce war being waged for control of the Venice Municipal Airport has led to the discovery of covert CIA and military operations, dating back to at least 1959, which go well beyond what was previously known to have taken … Continue reading

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Big Safari, the Kennedy Assassination, & the war for control of the Venice Airport

Big Safari, the Kennedy Assassination, & the war for control of the Venice Airport “I knew by now that when a group of individuals gravitated toward one another for no apparent reason, or inexplicably headed in the same direction as … Continue reading

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NOW IS THE TIME

Reopen the 9/11 investigation The news these last days of summer contains at least one story which—because key elements of it remain unspoken, in other words, taboo—doesn't make sense. In the current furor over the Justice Department’s opening of an … Continue reading

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