Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Jersey Girl Falls for Con Man

The Troofers are all excited over Patty Casazza's recent appearance at a Troofer rally where she revealed that some unnamed "whistleblower" met with the Jersey Girls at the side of a road in Maryland and revealed that the government had known all about the 9-11 attacks.

I am amused that Jon Gold, who trumpets endlessly his support for the families, introduces her as Patty Casava. Correction: It is pointed out in the comments that the person introducing Patty is not Jon Gold. Looking at the video, it sure looks like him, but it does not sound like him, so my mistake.

She starts out talking about how the planes should have been intercepted immediately as soon as the transponders were turned off. But later:

Sibel brought us many whistleblowers and I submitted them personally to Governor Kean, who was the chairman of the Commission, and I said, "These people are not being subpoenaed. They will not come before the Commission voluntarily unless they are subpoenaed." And he promised me to my face that every whistleblower would be indeed heard. And most were not heard. Sibel was only heard because we dragged her in to surprise the Commission on one of the days we were meeting with them, that we had her with us. We met other whistleblowers on the side of the road of Maryland, you know, to hear what they could tell us. None of them revealed state secrets to us, by the way. But they had information, and basically, the government knew, you know, other than the exact moment, they knew the date and the method of which the attacks were supposed to come. And none of this made it to the mainstream media.

The sad thing is that some con man probably did tell them this. Which gives me a renewed distaste for Sibel Edmonds

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