Another Israeli "art student" story in USA prior to 9/11....revealed
A reliable source in London has revealed to us additional information about the activities of Israeli "art students" in the United States prior to and after 9/11. ....Clinton Foundation contributors: http://www.clintonfoundation.org/contributors , PNAC started planning works since 1996.
On June 9, 2008, we reported: "One of the over 120 Israeli 'art students' who cased federal office buildings and military bases during a year and a half before the 9/11 attacks has revealed details of her 'assignment' in the United States to a source. The former art student, who is now assigned to work with a non-governmental organization (NGO) in South Africa on research on violent crime against South African whites by blacks, said she was first assigned to work at an Israeli-owned shopping mall kiosk in Orange County, California in early 2001 to 'brush up on her American English language skills.'
From California the young Israeli woman was transferred to Chicago and then to Houston where she worked in an office close to the sprawling port facility. Her 'cover' was as an accountant for an Israeli intelligence front company involved in the shipping business . . . After her stint in Houston, the Israeli art student was transferred to New York City for a two-week 'holiday.' However, she and her group were ordered by their superiors to be 'out of the city' on September 11, 2001.
Another female Israeli "art student" who lived on an Israeli kibbutz for a year and who is also a British national, told our source in London that in the weeks prior to 9/11 she was "selling art in Washington [DC]."
Before her arrival in Washington, the Israeli art student said she was in the San Francisco Bay Area attending college as an "art student" but denied selling any art while in the Bay Area. She also said she spent some time in South Carolina prior to 9/11.
A leaked Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) report on the activities of Israeli art students prior to 9/11 revealed that female Israeli art students were active in Palo Alto and Fresno, and many parts of Florida shadowing the 9/11 stooges....
The British-Israeli art student said that on the morning of 9/11 she was standing outside the Pentagon. She admitted she never saw a plane hit the building but saw a huge "hole" in the building after an explosion. The art student also said that she was in Times Square in New York the next day, September 12, attending a memorial service for the 9/11 victims. She said she had a ticket to fly out of New York's John F. Kennedy Airport on September 12 but that because commercial planes were grounded she had to find another way to leave the country.
The art student said she "had to get out" of the United States because she did not have a proper visa to continue working in the United States. She said she left the United States over the Canadian border.
When quizzed why she left so quickly after 9/11, the art student replied that she "had to leave because the United States Government thought Israelis had something to do with 9/11....of the PNAC Killers and the White House Murder Inc. of the evil axis of CIA2/MOSSAD."
The art student became suspicious when asked detailed questions about her stint in the United States but we are able to gather that the Israeli art selling firm she worked for was phonetically pronounced "Overbreak" and, apparently, is now out of business. The director of the firm was a female whose first name is reported to be "Rekefek."
Modus operandi of a pre-9/11 Israeli "art student" in USA revealed
One of the over 120 Israeli "art students" who cased federal office buildings and military bases during a year and a half before the 9/11 attacks has revealed details of her "assignment" in the United States to a source. The former art student, who is now assigned to work with a non-governmental organization (NGO) in South Africa on research on violent crime against South African whites by blacks, said she was first assigned to work at an Israeli-owned shopping mall kiosk in Orange County, California in early 2001 to "brush up on her American English language skills."
From California the young Israeli woman was transferred to Chicago and then to Houston where she worked in an office close to the sprawling port facility. Her "cover" was as an accountant for an Israeli intelligence front company involved in the shipping business. It should be noted that former CIA Southeast Region station chief Roland V. Carnaby, shot to death on April 29 by two Houston police officers, was known to have been concerned about the lack of security at the port of Houston, was monitoring the activities of Israeli intelligence in the greater Houston area, and was known to have clashed with the Department of Homeland Security over its lack of interest in providing security for the port of Houston."
After her stint in Houston, the Israeli art student was transferred to New York City for a two-week "holiday." However, she and her group were ordered by their superiors to be "out of the city" on September 11, 2001.
The Israeli woman was granted access to the United States on a student visa and she was identified as an "art student" in her visa application. It was later discovered that none of the Israeli "art students" were, in fact, art students.Those detained as a result of a joint investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Marshal's Service, and other federal law enforcement agencies were simply deported to Israel without facing a trial for wrongly stating their purpose for coming to the United States.
The Israeli "art student" also claimed that while working at mall kiosks in California she was "working on other things."
Missile wing fails nuke inspection...., a new 9/11 is in the offing ?
The 90th Missile Wing at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., will fail its Nuclear Surety Inspection that is set to end Wednesday because its maintenance group did not properly document tests on its missiles, an Air Force official said.
The 90th will be the second nuclear missile wing and at least the fifth nuclear unit known to fail its NSI this year.
Inspectors failed the 341st Missile Wing at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., last month. The Air Force’s third and only other nuclear missile wing, the 91st Missile Wing at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., received failing grades on its NSI this year from Defense Threat Reduction Agency inspectors, but passed after the Space Command Inspector General overruled DTRA, said an official inside the nuclear community.
DTRA and Space Command inspectors failed the 90th Missile Wing after discovering the maintenance group had not properly documented tests done to its missiles, even leaving some tests completely undocumented, said the Air Force official, who asked to not be identified. An unsatisfactory grade on any portion of the NSI fails the entire wing; the maintenance group received an unsatisfactory grade early in the inspection, the official said.
Thus far, the wing has passed all other areas of the NSI including the personnel reliability program — which tracks who can handle nuclear weapons — that caused the 341st to fail along with problems it had in its maintenance group.
Inspectors will brief the wing Wednesday on the final results of the inspection.
Air Force Space Command could not confirm or deny the wing failed because the inspection has not ended, said Maj. Laurie Arellano, an F.E. Warren spokeswoman. The Defense Department does not release details from NSI reports even after inspections are complete.
However, Col. Michael Morgan, 90th Missile Wing commander, did say that improvements need to be made.
"The Inspector General gave us an exceptionally thorough review, looking deep into all areas,” said Morgan. “Improvement continues, but as highlighted by this inspection, we need to do much better in administrative and equipment control processes."
An NSI typically takes place every 18 months and measures a unit's readiness to execute nuclear operations over a two-week period. The wing passed its last NSI, held in September 2007.
The 90th’s NSI failure comes less than a year after Defense Department officials discovered the wing was involved in the mistaken shipment of ballistic missile fuses to Taiwan in 2006.
Airmen at F.E. Warren shipped the fuses in 2005 to Hill Air Force Base, Utah, where they were placed in unclassified storage after being misidentified as helicopter batteries because of wrong labels and classifications, former Secretary Michael Wynne said at a news conference to explain the error. A year later, Hill airmen shipped the fuses encased in ballistic missile nose cones to Taiwan.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates fired Wynne and former Chief of Staff Gen. Michael T. Moseley in June for the erosion of the Air Force’s nuclear mission.
Since then, new Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz has made revamping the service’s nuclear enterprise, including its nuclear inspection process, his top priority.
Only 18 nuclear units received NSIs in 2006 and 2007 combined, according to a report done by a panel led by former Defense Secretary James Schlesinger; this year, 22 NSIs have been held.
Five of those 22 NSIs resulted in failures — only the fourth time since 1992 that at least five failures have occurred, according to the report. The Air Force had zero failures in 2006 and 2007.
Schlesinger wrote that “over the past 10 years, inspection pass rates point to anomalies that indicate a systemic problem in the inspection regime. Something is clearly wrong.”
Nuclear units inspected this year have faced the extra challenge of keeping up with the new nuclear regulations Air Force leaders have added as nuclear handling procedures are re-examined, said 5th Bomb Wing commander Col. Joel Westa in November.
“There are so many policy changes that the inspectors even had trouble keeping up with them,” said Westa, whose wing failed its NSI in May but has since passed its re-inspection.
Inspectors return to wings that have failed three months after the inspection to ensure corrections had been made, Arellano said.