Counter-terrorism experts presumably have some insight into terrorism, right?
In fact, numerous high-level counter-terrorism experts question the government's
investigation of - and explanation for - 9/11.
- Terrell (Terry) E. Arnold was the number 2
counter-terrorism official at the U.S. State Department, and is one of the world's leading
experts on terror. Arnold served as the Deputy Director, Office of
Counter-Terrorism and Emergency Planning, at the U.S. State Department. He is also the
former Chairman of the Department of International Studies at the National War College.
skeptical of the government's explanation for 9/11
- Bogdan Dzakovic was a 14-year counter-terrorism expert in the Security Division of the
Federal Aviation Administration. Dzakovic was Team Leader of the FAA's Red (Terrorism)
Team, which conducted undercover tests on airport security through simulated terrorist
attacks. Dzakovic said
about the 9/11 Commission:
"The best I could say about it is they really botched the job by not really going
into the real failures.
At worst, I think the 9/11 Commission Report is
- John Loftus, former Federal Prosecutor, Office of Special Investigations, U.S.
Department of Justice under Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan; former U.S. Army
Intelligence officer, and currently a widely-sought media commentator on terrorism and
intelligence services questions the
government's version of 9/11
- Col. David Hunt, MA, is an expert in Special Operations, Counter Terrorism and
Intelligence Operations. Hunt says that
the Able Danger program was real, and that high-level White House officials were briefed
about the 9/11 terrorists - including Mohamed Atta - before 9/11
Military leaders don't buy the 9/11 Commission's
version of the story either. Neither do intelligence