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- II. Afghan, Syria, Libya, Islam
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- IV. 9/11
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- VI. American Issues
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SYSTEM ABUSE / PORT AUTHORITY
Updates: 07/29/2017 page Port Authority started
PORT AUTHORITY with some mixed articles on the broader New Jersey and New York areas
ABC News: New York Cops, Firefighters in Massive 9/11 Fraud, Indictment Says. By Aaron Katersky (2014)
Garlic and Grass
Note from The Golden River: Although there is duplicate material here regarding the Silverstein/Port Authority link (as well as banking and
insurance industry) connection found on other websites, this website has a clear, functional quality to its explanations and is well worth
Excerpt: These problems were, of course, removed from the Port Authority when it leased away the Twin Towers and World Trade
Center Buildings 4, 5, 6 and 400,000 feet of retail space to the consortium led by Silverstein Properties seven weeks prior to 9-11.
The $3.2 billion long-term price for the 99-year lease was widely thought to be low for properties estimated to be worth $8 billion
over that time-span. JP Morgan Chase, the flagship of Rockefeller-controlled Banks, advised the Port Authority in the award of
this lease. The new lease-holders immediately took out insurance policies worth more than the total, long-term price of their
new WTC holdings. Silverstein Properties itself invested only $15 million of the less than $600 million actually transferred to the
Port Authority. The British Financial Times reported on September 14, 2001: The lease has an all-important escape clause: If the
buildings are struck by "an act of terrorism," the new owners' obligations under the lease are void. As a result, the new owners
are not required to make any payments under their lease, but they will be able to collect on the loss of the buildings that
collapses or were otherwise destroyed and damaged in the attacks. This website author helped write a book: Waking Up from
Our Nightmare: The 9-11 Crimes in New York City, a book with Jim Hoffman. He recommends these two websites for more
information: www.wtc7.net for
New Yorker: Andrew Cuomo and the corruption of Albany. By Jeffrey Toobin (09/26/2016)
Excerpt: Cuomo himself is not charged in the case, and Bharara, in a news conference, said that the governor was not personally
implicated in the alleged illegal activity. Cuomo said after the charges were filed that he was unaware of any improper behavior
by his aides. But what would it say about Cuomo’s leadership if he did, indeed, turn over a major part of his power as governor to
this motley collection of (alleged) crooks?
Excerpt: But to what end? Through many years and scandals, the power structure in Albany has proved to be incapable of
policing itself. In the year before the Percoco case, Bharara won convictions against the two most powerful legislators in the
state, Sheldon Silver, the former speaker of the Assembly, and Dean Skelos, the former majority leader of the State Senate. Little
appears to have changed. Albany prosecutors, asleep at the switch, seem to be relying on Bharara, from his distant perch in
Manhattan, to do their work for him. Cuomo, despite this embarrassment, is probably headed for a third term in 2018, in large
part because the stable of plausible opponents is bare. Bharara keeps cutting off branches, but the tree of corruption in Albany,
diseased and unsightly, still stands.
New York Times:
Port Authority and Boeing Can Be Blamed for 9/11 Attacks, Judge Rules. By “The Associated Press” (09/09/2003)
Kerik Is Sentenced in Corruption Case. By Sam Dolnick (02/18/2010)
Excerpt: Federal prosecutors had denounced Mr. Kerik, a former police detective who rose to the upper echelons of power, as a
corrupt official who sought to trade his authority for lavish benefits. He pleaded guilty on the eve of his trial in November.
Excerpt: Mr. Kerik later served as police commissioner, and his performance after the 9/11 attacks turned him into a national
figure, earning him the respect of President George W. Bush, who nominated him to lead the Department of Homeland Security.
That bid quickly collapsed in scandal, marking the beginning of the end of Mr. Kerik’s career.
New Jersey dot come (True Jersey):
Mob infiltration persists at New Jersey ports. By “The Associated Press” (02/13/2011)
Port Authority officers sue to overturn sergeants promotions since 2010. By Steve Strunsky (03/18/2014)
Excerpt: Three Port Authority police officers have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to overturn the promotion of 96 other
officers since 2010, charging the process was rife with "nepotism, cronyism and unlawful practices." The core of the
suit involves a Port Authority police scandal that made headlines in 2012 and resulted in the forced departure of three
high-ranking members of the department that May after revelations surfaced that one of them had photographed
questions and answers to the sergeant’s exam.A report on the incident by the Port Authority Inspector General’s office
has never been made public. But the lawsuit charges that the captain and former PAPD internal affairs chief who took
the photographs, John Ferrigno, provided them to officers he favored after they had worked for him at the department’s
training academy in Jersey City.…Frost said the Hackensack and Port Authority cases shared an underlying theme.
"The similarities I see," Frost said, "are that the City of Hackensack and now the Port Authority engage in cronyism to manipulate
the process in order to help their own."
New York Daily News: TOWERS FELL AND MOB SCHEMES BEGAN. How organized crime civvied up Ground Zero work (12/05/2005)
Next City: It’s Time to Kill the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Grassley dot senate dot gov: More whistleblowers claim nepotism favoritism FBI mobile surveillance team (03/25/2015)
Excerpt: Following the 9/11 Review Commission’s findings of inadequacies in the intelligence operations of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI) and related whistleblower complaints, Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary
Committee, is asking the Justice Department’s Inspector General (IG) to investigate claims of nepotism and favoritism in an FBI
surveillance program. Grassley raised concerns in a March letter to the FBI about alleged improper personnel decisions being
made by officials in the FBI’s Mobile Surveillance Team (MST), which allegedly promoted unqualified staff based on personal
connections. Since then, three additional whistleblowers have corroborated allegations of favoritism, nepotism,
mismanagement and whistleblower retaliation.