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JUDGE: GROUND ZERO PERIMETER IS PUBLIC PROPERTY
THE COURT: That’s the sidewalk. It says he was on the sidewalk. LT. GILBERT: The train station it is all sidewalk to the exit. The entrance and exit that is part of the station. THE COURT: But the sidewalk is a public place. It is not part of the premises of the Port Authority. MS. KELLY: Your Honor, it is the possession of the Port Authority. That entire area is the property. THE COURT: It is your possession? It is the possession of the Port Authority? MS. KELLY: Ground Zero is technically the property of the Port Authority. THE COURT: Not the sidewalk surrounding Ground Zero, that”s a public sidewalk. Both cases are dismissed. MR. BLANK: Can I ask they be dismissed on constitutional grounds? THE COURT: Go away.

Pod Theory, “Whatzits” and the Pentagon Controversy
Frustrated 9/11 researchers may naturally wish for an instant smoking gun, a killer clue like the one invariably discovered by detectives on the TV show CSI, something to finish off the official story in a single blow. Unfortunately, this impulse invites a lot of breathless misinformation, spurious theories, or e-mail reports from fabricated whistleblowers. Many of these notions are packaged as bombshell revelations in the area of physical evidence. Read on for a discussion of “pod theory,” “whatzits” and the Pentagon controversy…

October 2004

September 11 Mom: An Open Letter to George W. Bush