Official Frank Serpico Blog
Thursday, September 27, 2007
9/11 COMMISSION A JOKE
A 2,000 word article, Seven CIA Veterans Challenge 9/11 Commission Report
— Official Account of 9/11 a "Joke" and a "Cover-up", appeared
today on OpEdNews. Link to article.
The article details severe criticism of the 9/11 Commission Report by
seven CIA veterans and their calls for a new investigation. A brief quote
from each of the individuals featured in the article appears below.
Please help disseminate this critically important information.
Best regards, Alan
Raymond McGovern, former Chairman of the National Intelligence
Council and 27-year CIA veteran, "I think at simplest terms, there's
a cover-up. The 9/11 Report is a joke."
William Christison, former National Intelligence Officer (NIO) and
former Director of the CIA's Office of Regional and Political, and
29-year CIA veteran, "We very seriously need an entirely new very
high level and truly independent investigation of the events of
9/11. I think you almost have to look at the 9/11 Commission Report
as a joke and not a serious piece of analysis at all."
Melvin Goodman, PhD, former Division Chief of the CIA's Office of
Soviet Affairs and Senior Analyst from 1966 - 1990, "The final
report is ultimately a coverup. I don't know how else to describe
Robert Baer, 21-year CIA veteran and specialist in the Middle East,
who was awarded the Career Intelligence Medal upon his retirement in
1997, "Until we get a complete, honest, transparent investigation …,
we will never know what happened on 9/11."
Robert David Steele has 25 years of combined service in the CIA and
the U.S. Marine Corps. Second ranking civilian in U.S. Marine Corps
Intelligence from 1988 - 1992. Member of the Adjunct Faculty of
Marine Corps University. "I am forced to conclude that 9/11 was at
a minimum allowed to happen as a pretext for war. … I have to tell
anyone who cares to read this: I believe it. I believe it enough to
want a full investigation that passes the smell test of the 9/11
families as well as objective outside observers."
Lynne Larkin, former CIA Operations Officer who served in several
CIA foreign stations before being assigned to the CIA's
Counter-Intelligence Center. There, she co-chaired a multi-agency
task force, which coordinated intelligence efforts among the many
intelligence and law enforcement agencies. One of twenty-five
signers of a letter to Congress expressing their concerns about
"serious shortcomings," "omissions," and "major flaws" in the 9/11
Commission Report and offering their services for a new
David MacMichael, PhD, former Senior Estimates Officer at the CIA
with special responsibility for Western Hemisphere Affairs at the
CIA's National Intelligence Council. Prior to joining the CIA, he
served for four years as a civilian counter-insurgency advisor to
the U.S. government, and prior to that was a U.S. Marine Corps
officer for ten years. One of twenty-five signers of a letter to
Congress expressing their concerns about "serious shortcomings,"
"omissions," and "major flaws" in the 9/11 Commission Report and
offering their services for a new investigation.