US Air Defense on 9/11: Anomalies and Questions

Posted: November 8, 2012 in -
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New paperattempts to tackle all the inconsistencies and omissions concerning the lack of fighter interceptors during the attacks.  These events are very complex, shrouded in secrecy and obfuscated by conflicting stories.  Here are the paper’s main findings:

  • The key people responsible for managing a hijacking were absent from their command posts right in the crucial hours.
  • Important telephone and radio connections didn´t work until after the attacks were over.
  • A hijacked plane disappeared in a radar gap, and nobody is willing to explain.
  •  A wargame projecting a hijacking was taking place simultaneously.
  •  The airbase that should have protected the capital was not able to send fighter jets within an hour of time.
  • Interceptors from alert bases were scrambled with unexplained delays and then diverted
    several times.


The systematic failure of every level of the US air defense on the morning of September 11th provides one of the clearest “smoking guns” in the full complicity of key elements of the US government and defense department in those attacks.

In his new peer-reviewed article published at the Journal of 9/11 Studies, author and researcher Paul Schreyer outlines many of these key anomalies and the way they have been carefully covered up by the so-called 9/11 investigations.

This is the GRTV Feature Interview with your host James Corbett and our special guest, Paul Schreyer.

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