Secret Service Failures on 9/11: A Call for Transparency

The U.S. Secret Service failed to do its job on September 11, 2001 in several important ways. These failures could be explained if the Secret Service had foreknowledge of the 9/11 events as they were proceeding. That possibility leads to difficult questions about how the behavior of Secret Service employees might have contributed to the success of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Answering those questions will require the release of existing interview transcripts as well as follow-up questioning, under oath, of a few key people within the agency.

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2 Responses to Secret Service Failures on 9/11: A Call for Transparency

  1. Kevin Ryan fan says:

    Can you remove my name from the first comment?

  2. When I was in my 30’s with excellent credentials, I applied for the Secret Service and they unjustly turned me down for being Hispanic, independently of my extraordinary professionalism; simultaneously I was directly discriminated by the FBI, by agent Stand Smith. Nonetheless, had they hired me, these “manure of events” wouldn’t had happened on my shift. Unfortunately, these agents are below average in IQ and dedication, which are more inclined to third world countries…more Testosterones than Neurons. I now run a successful SecurityConsultancy Firm, and I would never hire any of these clowns.If you need my services let me know and trust me; none of my EPS crew would abandon an active “Presidential Detail” to have sex with prostitutes as it occurred in Colombia. Priceless!!!

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