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9/11 Family Member Patty Casazza: Government Knew Exact Date and Exact Targets (Video Added)

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9/11 family member and “Jersey Girl” Patty Casazza has just revealed that whistleblowers told her that — before 9/11 — the government knew the day, the type of attack, and the targets.

Editor’s Note:
‘Jersey Girl’ Patty Casazza spoke this weekend at the 9/11 symposium held in Hartford, CT. 911Truth.org will post video and transcript of her comments as soon as they become available.11/5 update: Video of Patty’s presentation, with Bob McIlvaine, now available at youtube.com or view below:

Why is this important? Because, previously, whistleblowers such as Sibel Edmonds had given more vague information on the government’s foreknowledge. For example, Ms. Edmonds had hinted that the government only knew of a general timeframe for the attacks, and that they had a list of potential targets, on which the World Trade Center was just one of many potential targets.

Casazza further stated that these whistleblowers saw how Sibel Edmonds was being harrassed and gagged, and were fearful that the same thing would happen to them. So they approached the Jersey Girls to ask them to demand the 9/11 Commission subpoena the whistleblowers. The Jersey Girls tried to bring the whistleblowers before the 9/11 Commission, and the Commissioners agreed, but then never let the whistleblowers testify, let alone subpoena them.

Why is this important? Because defenders of the official government story have argued that 9/11 couldn’t have been an inside job or else whistleblowers would have come forward. Ms. Casaza confirms what many have said: there are a lot of 9/11 whistleblowers who are afraid to come forward — especially without a supboena — for fear of being attacked and harassed.

Ms. Casaza’s statements were made at the 9/11: Families, First Responders & Experts Speak conference.

Source URL: http://georgewashington.blogspot.com/2007/11/911-family-member-patty-casazza.html