A recent article and headline has the Duncan Hunter books looking like a Nostradamus manuscript.
“The Nov. 13 terror attacks in Paris has forced France to examine its security policies, including at the Charles de Gaulle Airport, where it was recently discovered that 57 employees who had access to airplanes and runways were on a terror watch list. Now, the security passes of 86,000 workers at the Paris airport will be reviewed, according to a report by the Sunday Times of London. Police carried out extensive searches of the airport under state-of-emergency powers after the Nov. 13 Paris attacks in which 130 people were killed and 350 injured by Islamic State militants.”
From Special Access: “I know how they did it.” Hunter’s voice was forceful but hushed. He called Greg Lynche two minutes after watching the second 767 fly into the South Tower of the World Trade Center.
“Good morning to you too. What do you mean you know how they did it? No one knows anything yet, at least no one is saying anything. This is unbelievable” as he continued to monitor the live television feed of, now, both of the Twin Towers burning.
“Greg, I don’t know anyone at the FBI but I think you might know someone.”
“Hunter, you’re scaring me again.”
“Here’s the deal, those two airplanes had to be hijacked and New York is just one target—Washington has to be next. Then maybe Chicago and LA but there are going to be more of these. I know how they did it and the guys that helped facilitate the hijackings were Muslim pre-board screeners at the departure airports. There will be significant chaos and I doubt the FBI will be able to do it quickly but if they don’t they will lose contact with the accomplices and the evidence will all be erased.”
“Whoa, whoa, whoa…..slow down, what are you trying to say?”
“Greg, the only way to get a weapon aboard an airplane so you can highjack it is if the pre-board screener—the guy sitting at the x-ray machine on the concourse—either doesn’t catch a weapon in someone’s hand carry baggage when it comes through the machine or if the pre-board screener is in on it from the get-go and is told to ignore anything coming through the x-ray machine, say from 8:30 to 9:00. Hell, they can even look up from their screen and see who is in line and is on their way to their x-ray machine. It is probably too late to do anything but this is what the investigators are going to find…..”
Lynch was writing wildly—when Hunter got into one of these outpourings of consciousness, he knew he needed to take notes and hang on. They would talk about it later.
“….a group of Muslims were manning the x-ray machines at every one of the airport concourses that the hijacked aircraft departed from.
Those on a terrorist watch list are just the ones authorities know about. Duncan Hunter would say, “Commies infiltrated the State Department while some of the more radical elements of Islam infiltrated the nation’s airports. And then we have 9-11. Why do you think the government federalized airport security? Contractors couldn’t adequately perform an FAA background check for potential airport screening employees; too expensive and too lengthy a process. But Uncle Sam could. That the French have almost 60 people on a terrorism watch list begs the questions–how many more should be on a watch list that their officials don’t know about and why are those that have been identified, why are they still working at an international airport?
Duncan Hunter is a genius and was again, on top of the problem before the press became aware of “the issue.”
More to follow.