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The Secret Service at Booker Elementary: The Dog That Did Not Bark

from What Really Happened:

9/11 White House press briefing:
The United States Secret Service immediately secured the President, the Vice President and the Speaker of the House, and they are all safe.

Okay, let’s have a look at how the Secret Service reacted when President Bush was informed by Andrew Card that America was under attack:

The fictional Sherlock Holmes solved the crime in “Silver Blaze” by deducing it was the owner of the house who was the criminal. How did he know? Because the dog did not bark. The only person who could have committed the crime without arousing the dog was someone the dog knew as a friend; the dog’s owner.

Inspector Gregory: “Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw my attention?”

Holmes: “To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.”

“The dog did nothing in the night time”

“That was the curious incident,” remarked Sherlock Holmes.

From “The Adventure of Silver Blaze” by Arthur Conan Doyle

Now let us turn our Sherlockian logic on 9-11.

Hijacked aircraft were wandering across the eastern half of the country. In theory no-one could have known how many planes had been hijacked. In one of the numerous strange coincidences that occurred on 9-11, there was an ongoing NORAD drill simulating 30 aircraft hijacked by terrorists. Air Traffic Controllers did not know which targets were genuine hijacked planes and which were the simulations.Two genuine hijacked planes had crashed into the World Trade Center, Bush was at a publicized photo opportunity at Booker Elementary School, and there is an airport only four miles from this School.

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Florida Straits:
Bush Presses Education Agenda in Sunshine State

W A S H I N G T O N, Sept. 10 — President Bush headed to Florida today to push for quick passage of his education reforms as the flagging economy commands increasing attention back in the nation’s capital. [ABC News]

The Sarasota Herald Tribune announced Bush’s visit to Booker Elementary on September 8th, giving the 9-11 planners three days to include Bush as a target for a diving jetliner. Nobody could have safely assumed he was not a target.

1913: Congress authorized permanent [Secret Service] protection of the President and the statutory authorization for President-elect protection. []

The Booker Elementary video shows the Secret Service did not rush in to remove the President to a secure location, or at least to the safety of the armored Presidential Limousine. That’s their job. That’s what they do in the case of a real surprise attack with many unknowns. They don’t do anything else.

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1 comment to The Secret Service at Booker Elementary: The Dog That Did Not Bark

  • Christine

    This was posted here on the 17th.

    “Feds take in Record $3,248,723,000,000 in Taxes”

    Who pays most of it? The people who work here, live here and buy here. Federal taxes, state taxes, RE taxes, sales taxes, etc. Many corporations no longer do since they moved their operations abroad and those which do deduct every form of tax from their gross right from the get go.

    Consider this: if people do, indeed, pay most of the taxes, the people ultimately pay the salaries of those who refuse to investigate crime and press charges. If those in charge of investigating and prosecuting don’t to their job, why keep on paying them? Granted, the system here appears to entrap: taxes are being automatically deducted from employees’ wages. Well, aside from state and government employees, increasingly, people are becoming “contractors”. Not employees (no benefits), not corporations (no tax break), single operators/owners.

    Massive walk-outs always happen for a reason. The problem this country has is the lack of leadership, from the bottom up. Almost $3.5 trillion is a mighty sum. There is power behind it. A lot of power. People will have to reclaim their power. Not ready yet…

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