Tag Archives: Rudi Dekkers
More than 14 years and five months after an attack which took more than 2800 lives in ways so horrible that the U.S. Government and the nation’s television networks seamlessly colluded—in real time—to prevent the American people from seeing what … Continue reading
If you’re the kind of man who occasionally relinquishes the remote and “watches what she wants for a change,” you may already understand that there are strange and valuable truths which conjoin very different worlds.
The upcoming trial in Houston of Rudi Dekkers for drug trafficking has been pushed back and may now never happen, according to a lawyer close to the case. “The case has been continued, and a plea agreement is in the … Continue reading
When Rudi Dekkers, the man who ran the flight school where terrorists who crashed airliners into the Twin Towers learned to fly was arrested for drug trafficking in Houston last week, one of the first congratulatory calls I received, after … Continue reading
The long run of Rudi Dekkers, 56, the Dutch national who first passed out bunks to Mohamed Atta and Marwan Al-Shehhi when they arrived in the United States to enroll at Huffman Aviation in Venice, Florida, ended last week when … Continue reading