Saturday, March 13, 2010

Twin Towers Murders with Al and Mo

Belief that Al Gore & Mo Strong used special operations forces with radio-controlled munitions networks to target Cantor-CO2e and Aon-reinsurance brokers and FDNY firefighters in the Twin Tower murders of 9/11

Open e-mail sent September 21, 2007 to:
Commander ATTN: Warfighter Center 
Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000

Captain Field McConnell, August Dunning, Peter Tedesco and David Hawkins, Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE 
Copies for reference:
Representative Duncan Hunter, 52nd District of California 
US Vice-President, Richard Cheney, 
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@... 
Michael Badnarik, Host 'Lighting the Fires of Liberty', We The People Radio Network, 
Dear Sir/Madam:
Re: Twin Towers Murders with Al and Mo's Radios
Hawks CAFE believes Al Gore and Maurice Strong ('Al & Mo') hired special forces to rig up radio-controlled munitions networks to target and kill three groups of workers (Cantor-CO2e and Aon-reinsurance brokers and F.D.N.Y. firefighters) in the Twin Towers murders on 9/11.
Our research indicates that early in 2001, Al & Mo's Special Forces rigged FDNY Motorola radios to trigger remote detonations over a munitions network which caused the wrongful death of 342 firefighters as they tried to save 712 brokers and potential witnesses atop the Twin Towers.
"Selected Excerpts From the Book: The Betrayal of New York's Bravest .. We are not sure what Von Essen claims to have been testing, because the first shipment of consumer available XTS3500 ™ radios was not received by the FDNY until December of 2000. It is hard to test a radio before you actually have the production models .. If they were such "good radios", as Von Essen said, why were New York's firefighters and officers forced to carry 10 to 18 year old radios that had failed at the World Trade Center eight years earlier, into the World Trade center again on September 11th, 2001 while the "good radios" sat in a warehouse somewhere?"
We have conducted a time-sequenced image analysis of evidence which points to Al Gore and Maurice Strong's use of radio-controlled munitions networks and Picatinny* special operations forces demolition kits on 9/11.
*U.S. Army's Picatinny Arsenal Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, NJ.
Available on request to signatories below, an image analysis
suggesting Gore and Strong selected three target groups for the Twin Towers murders will be incorporated in an explanatory DVD to be released by October 15.

We expect the DVD will help the United States and the next U.S. Attorney General (Mr. Olsen or Mr. Mukasey?) to convert the lawsuit "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians" into a Qui tam action against "Al & Mo" and their named co-defendants, including Rudy Giuliani, for violations of the False Claims Act in the alleged use of radio-controlled munitions networks to murder targeted groups of workers in the Twin Towers on 9/11. 
Any assistance you can give us to help in the validation of our research would be greatly appreciated.
This e-mail will be notarized and added to the legal file below, along with any responses from the Picatinny Warfighter Center, DoJ, FBI, ALPA and/or Boeing.
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell avalonbeef@... Tel: 218 329 2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety
August Dunning 
augustus_dunning@... Tel: 661 867 2707
Professor of Physics, 9th generation descendant of Benjamin Franklin
Peter Tedesco 
getthefacts911@... Tel: 718-736-3413
New Yorker, Independent Businessperson
David Hawkins 
hawks-cafe@... Tel: 604 542-0891
Former oil industry operating engineer, blow out specialist and safety officer - 15 years experience handling radioactive materials, explosives and incendiaries

Copies to file:
Civil Case 3:07-cv-24  "McConnell v. Boeing and ALPA"
Civil Case 3:07-cv-49  "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians"
Clerk's Office, Federal District Court of North Dakota
655 1st Ave. North, Suite 130, Fargo ND 58102
Notes: "Twin Towers Murders with Al and Mo's Radios "
"Selected Excerpts From .. The Betrayal of New York's Bravest Another question arises here, why had Assistant Commissioners Gregory and Stanton not been questioned, under oath, about their knowledge of the problems with the radios, and their knowledge of the facts surrounding the initial set up of a $2.9 million contract and then spending in excess of $14 million of New York's taxpayer's dollars? The documentation exists, which shows the City of New Yorkdid pay at least $14 million to Motorola for those radios. We do not know if the EMS radios that were purchased have been added into that number, nor do we know how much more, if anything, the City of New York has paid Motorola since the $14 million was paid. In his book, Von Essen, when speaking about the fact that the radios, which were purchased and pulled from the field while he was the Commissioner, said, "The fact that they weren't in the field by the summer of 2002 was unconscionable. We feel the fact that they weren't in the field by September 11th, 2001 was unconscionable. Why they could not be issued is why we feel an investigation is called for at this late date." - Page 108 Von Essen said, "In the spring of '99, we began TESTING procedures, during final radio configuration and operational functionality." ... We cannot help but wonder where Von Essen received his information that allowed him to say they were "good radios". There was no field testing done with those radios prior to their being issued and they'd been sitting in a warehouse since they were pulled from the field, less than a week after being issued. So where was Von Essen getting his information that these were "good radios"? On what information was Von Essen basing that statement to the City Council? Where are the results of any testing, from any source, which would lead someone to believe that the XTS3500 ™ radios could be called "good radios"? The only reports we have seen, and there are a number of these reports, each list numerous complaints with the radios. - Page 121 In his memo ordering the removal of the XTS3500 ™ from the field, less than a week after it was first issued, Chief Nigro wrote on March 20th, 2001, to the members of the FDNY and Nigro says the most reported problems were unreceived messages, but on April 10th, 2001, in front of the City Council Committee that was investigating the activities of the top administrators of the FDNY, it suddenly became "a delay" and "an echo". - Page 132 It turns out the FDNY bought radios for one price, without a competitive bid, and that contract was raised, both in numbers and prices. Von Essen admits he violated long established Research and Development rules, as far as his and the department's not having the testing done before the radios should have been issued. Von Essen knows the City Council has found out he has avoided having the radios tested, he knew that Assistant Commissioner Gribbons admitted that the contract went from $2.9 million to as much as $14 million (and possibly much more) and from 750 radios to 3,818 radios. Von Essen further knows he claimed there were no reported problems with the radios for the week of March 14th, 2001 throughMarch 20th, 2001 and yet Von Essen knows there are numerous reports from top fire department officers, who detail many problems. He spends most of his above answer talking about testing a radio system, which he knows was investigated and found to be lacking in 1997. He knows those radios have been replaced with millions of dollars in new radios, the purchase of which he was deeply involved in, yet he says he wants to focus an investigation onto that old system, rather than the $14 million dollar system that was sitting in a warehouse, bought when he was the Commissioner. This was despite the fact that those radios were unable to be issued because of the problems reported when they were first used."

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