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John Young wrote:
> 9-14-96. WaPo:
> "Empty-Head Network Fails to Link TWA Crash to Terrorism."
> The frantic overseas intelligence-gathering effort,
> which has included eavesdropping, use of informants and
> offers of large cash payments for leads, has been
> undertaken by the CIA, the NSA and the DEA, as well as
> a number of foreign investigative agencies. The NRO has
> analyzed voluminous archives of intelligence drawn from
> spy satellites, intercepted phone calls and electronic
> eavesdrops gathered before the crash.
> Since right after the TWA crash, the NSA started
> monitoring phone conversations of people believed to
> have ties to terrorists groups, as well as trying to
> track the movements of suspected terrorists. The CIA,
> working through its sources, has been offering money for
> leads on any kind of terrorist role. The DEA has been
> using overseas agents to gather intelligence; the FBI
> liaisons stationed in 23 countries are working to gather
> intelligence on the crash; and Scotland Yard and the
> Mossad are also empty-handed (not Red-handed -- yet).
> http://jya.com/mthead.txt (10 kb)
All these multi-BILLION-dollar agencies, seeming to have no clue?
Is this not a suggestion of some kind of inside job?