Marvin Bush Mystery?
I've commented before on the idiocy of the 9-11 "Truth" movement's focus on Marvin Bush, who supposedly provided security for the World Trade Center. In fact, Marvin was apparently on the board of directors of the company that provided security for the World Trade Center, from 1993 until fiscal 2000.
Some of the ditzier folks out there even claim that Securacom had a two-year contract with the World Trade Center that expired on September 10, 2001. This claim is repeated in the Wikipedia page on Marvin Bush.
He was a director of the Sterling, Virginia company Securacom, also known as Stratesec, from 1993 until fiscal year 2000. The Securacom/Stratesec company was publicly traded and backed by an investment firm, the Kuwait-American Corporation. Marvin Bush and Securacom/Stratesec were in charge of security at the World Trade Center, Dulles International Airport, and United Airlines during a two year contract which was set to end on September 10th, 2001, only a day before the 9/11 attacks. 
The footnote refers to "Barbara Bush's Memoirs".
But when we visit the Wikipedia 9-11 Conspiracies page, we're told:
According to its president CEO, Barry McDaniel, the company had an ongoing contract to handle security at the World Trade Center "up to the day the buildings fell down". This last statement has been used by some conspiracy theorists to say that the contract "expired" on September 11, 2001. Barbara Bush confirmed this theory in her book 'Reflections' also stating 9/11 was the day the contract expired.
Barbara Bush has written both a "Memoir" book and a "Reflections" book. Since "A Memoir" was issued in September of 1994 and Reflections in October 2003, it's not hard to see that it must be the latter book.
Okay, I checked the book out of the library this morning. The book is organized by year, running from 1993-2000. There is an epilogue to the book for September 2001. The only mention of Marvin Bush in that chapter is the story about him being in the subway under Wall Street that day and having to walk back to his hotel. I searched in the book on Amazon for "contract". No mention. There's also no mention of "expired". Looking up "security" comes up with 19 pages cited, but none of them seem to relate to the security firm at the World Trade Center.
So I suspect that both the Wikipedia citations on this are bunk.
Commenter NESNYC points to this article which supposedly proves me wrong. In fact, it confirms that Marvin left the company in question prior to the end of 2000:
Marvin Bush was reelected to the Stratesec board of directors annually from 1993 through 1999. His last reelection was on May 25, 1999, for July 1999 to June 2000.
It does not mention the contract terminating on September 10, 2001.
So this proves me wrong how, NESNYC?