By Captain America
Global Research Editor’s Note:
We bring to the attention of our readers this provocative review of the strategic and corporate interests behind 9/11 including Wall Street, the Texas oil companies and the defense contractors.
The statements in this article are corroborated by numerous studies, books, news articles and research reports published since September 2001.
In the course of almost ten years, Global Research has conducted a detailed review and analysis of the 9/11 attacks, focusing on their broad implications as well as their historical significance. See our 9/11 and the War on Terrorism Dossier.
Posted in 911, Constitution, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Region: Middle East, War and Peace
Tagged 911 qui bono, banksters, civil liberties, class war, Energy, federal reserve, heroin trade, human rights, isreal, military contractors, muslim baiting, oil wars, twin towers rental
By Jeremy Scahill
Pfc. Justin Shults shows some of the burn wounds he received after being electrocuted in a shower facility in Iraq, in this photo taken Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009 in San Antonio, Texas. Shults suffered third-degree burns on 13-percent of his body. He is suing contractor KBR Inc. for faulty wiring of the facility. (AP Photo/San Antonio Express-News, Kin Man Hui)
Lawmakers tell Defense Secretary Gates they ‘are appalled by the Pentagon’s failure to pursue answers’ in death of Adam Hermanson.
Posted in Military, NWO, Region: Middle East, War and Peace
Tagged baghdad electrocutions, contractor negligence, corruption, cover-up, crime, iraq, jeremy scahill, military contractors, rebel reports