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Guest Stephen Turner

Report from the Vancouver Sun newspaper, June 2002.

Tennessee drivers licence examiner Katherine Smith died in Mephis under most unusual, and suspicious circumstances. One day before her arrainment on charges she conspired to provide phoney licences to five Arabs tied, by the FBI to the 911 attacks, her car crashed into a utility pole the car was only slightly damaged, the gas tank was full and intact, but the vehicle was immediately engulfed in flames. One report claimed Smith, and the interior of the car were doused with gasolene.

I found this on the Sun website whilst searching for something else, anybody else hear of this, got any more on it?

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Stephen-

Never heard of this before -

Did some searching, and besides seeing the same thing you stated on many of the 9-11 CT sites there wasn't really much on the normal news sites.

Found this article from St. Petersburg Times, FL which has an AP by-line.

And this from CNN.

The link to 9-11 apears to be tenuous - but if there was a link, it supports the "Arab Hijacker" theory, not the government/cia/fbi/iluminati/mossad/mi6/etc. did it theory.

One of the men, Sakhera Hammad, had a visitor's pass for the World Trade Center dated September 5, 2001. He told authorities he and his cousin, Abdelmuhsen Mahmid Hammad, also charged with trying to obtain a fake license, worked on the tower's sprinkler systems -- a claim authorities have not been able to corroborate.
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Thanks for the legwork Steve. Yeah, i couldn't figure out how if she was passing out phoney licences to Arab hijackers the "authorities" would want her dead, if true, this information only bolsters their case. A strange little story non the less. Steve.

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The link to 9-11 apears to be tenuous - but if there was a link, it supports the "Arab Hijacker" theory, not the government/cia/fbi/iluminati/mossad/mi6/etc. did it theory.

It supports the "Arab Hijacker" theory and, more specifically, some kind of work, involving at least one Arab, going on inside the WTC a week before the hijackers arrived. Do you suppose there could be a connection?

BTW Smith's death was not the only mysterious death in Memphis around that time. Two months earlier, one of the mysterious microbiologist deaths occurred there. Both are covered here:

http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=4037

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Stephen-

Never heard of this before -

Did some searching, and besides seeing the same thing you stated on many of the 9-11 CT sites there wasn't really much on the normal news sites.

Found this article from St. Petersburg Times, FL which has an AP by-line.

And this from CNN.

The link to 9-11 apears to be tenuous - but if there was a link, it supports the "Arab Hijacker" theory, not the government/cia/fbi/iluminati/mossad/mi6/etc. did it theory.

One of the men, Sakhera Hammad, had a visitor's pass for the World Trade Center dated September 5, 2001. He told authorities he and his cousin, Abdelmuhsen Mahmid Hammad, also charged with trying to obtain a fake license, worked on the tower's sprinkler systems -- a claim authorities have not been able to corroborate.

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In 1997 Zbigniew Brzezinski (first director of the Trilateral Commission) wrote THE GRAND CHESSBOARD, referring several times to "ruling national elites," and describing the importance of a pipeline from the Caspian region to the Arabian Sea via Afghanistan. He explained: "America is now Eurasia's arbiter....How the United States both manipulates and manages Eurasia's key geopolitical pivots will be critical to the longevity and stability of America's global primacy....A possible challenge to American primacy from Islamic fundamentalism could be part of the problem in this unstable region...and would be likely to express itself through diffuse violence." And concerning American power, he continued: "The pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public's sense of domestic well-being....America may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus on foreign policy issues, except in the circumstances of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat.(my emphasis).

There have been other ominous statements and writings as a prelude to 9-11, most notably the PNAC manifesto of 2000, so it's not as if this larger perspective of The Elites hasn't been in plain sight.

As the Donald Sutherland character, Mr. X, says in "JFK": "That's the real question, isn't it -- "Why?" -- the "how" is just "scenery" for the suckers . . . Oswald, Ruby, Cuba, Mafia, it keeps people guessing like a parlor game."

Recognize the "...keeps people guessing like a parlor game" excerpt? Not to spoil our fun (dammit, it is fun) but take a look around here. This is the sort of shortsighted stuff we're all swimming within here and I think it sidetracks us into 'sucker' status. There are many, many, examples in the threads and postings.

Meanwhile, we do the marginalizing to ourselves while they practically scream their plans in our faces. A sentient public is no more; maybe it never was.

JG

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