Friday, September 09, 2011

Who Killed John O'Neill?

As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 quickly approaches, anyone who has researched beyond the official story, undoubtedly, has more questions than answers. There are far too many coincidences; far too many inconsistencies; far too many twists and turns, and absurdities that manifest once one starts to investigate the sanctioned version.

Who is John O'Neill?  Well, on September 10, 2001, John P. O'Neill, former Deputy Director of the FBI, and Osama bin Laden's main pursuer in the US government, started his new job with Kroll Assosciates, a global securities and intelligence firm, publicly traded and privately managed, who specializes in large building security and industrial espionage. In 1993, Kroll received the contract to manage security at the World Trade Center and held that position until the moment the towers fell. 

So, just two weeks, prior to the 9/11 attack, O'Neill left his job with the FBI, publicly charging that the Bush administration "slowed down FBI investigations of al Qaeda and terrorism in Afghanistan, in order to do a  deal with the Taliban on oil -- an oil pipeline across Afghanistan", and blocking attempts to bring  Osama Bin Laden to "justice".

O'Neill, who was in his 34th floor office at the time the planes crashed into the towers, called his son and a friend to reassure them he was fine. Conveniently, he also called FBI headquarters, and then re-entered one of the towers to help others. The official story is that O'Neill was inside when the buildings collapsed.

At around 5PM on 9/11/2001 fires raged on floors 8,11,12, and 13, in WTC building #7. In order, those floors were American Express Bank, the SEC (which was ground zero for the preemptive investigation of pre 9/11 insider trading), Standard Charter Bank and Citigroup. Not to mention, building #7 housed the Secret Service, IRS, and the NY branch of the CIA, headquarters for the joint FBI/CIA investigation into Al Qaeda headed, prior to his departure, by none other than John O'Neill. Moreover, Omar Shiekh Saeed used Standard Charter bank to wire $100,000 to lead hijacker Muhammad Atta.

The following film, Who Killed John O'Neill? made 5-years ago, is not a documentary. Rather it's an artsy and compelling psychological drama which features one man, who challenge - sometimes, quite humorously - the many different aspects of himself - the paranoid psycho, the "reasonist", the sarcastic cynic, the nerdy Asperger - as he tries to piece together and connect the dots, focusing mainly on the financial, money trail, of 9/11 in a similar fashion to artist, Mark Lombardi, who mapped out global criminal corporate-government connections, exposing the players and their front companies that may have possibly cost him his life. However, Ty Rauber and Ryan Thurston, who produced, directed and acted in "Who Killed John O'Neill? did not know anything about Mark Lombardi prior to making their film.

"Mark Lombardi: Global Networks" is a traveling exhibition of 25 drawings, some as large as 4' x 12,’ organized by New York-based Independent Curators International (ICI) and curated by Robert Hobbs of Virginia Commonwealth University. In graphic terms, the drawings document the major financial and political frauds of the late 20th century. They are flow charts of illicit money and power, solid and dotted lines and curves as well as broken arrows denoting the flows of illicit financial operations and covert revenues.


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