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Like so many of 9/11 Review's pages, this one is interesting for what it fails to mention, including:
  • The cancellations of travel plans by Pentagon officials
  • The meeting with billionaire Warren Buffett on September 11th at Offutt Air Force Base that took World Trade Center CEOs out of harm's way
  • The warning received by San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown the night before the attack
  • Scotland Yard's grounding of Salman Rushdie on September 11th
  • Ariel Sharon's cancellation of his plans to address Israeli support groups in New York City on September 11th
  • The warning received by employees of Odigo early on the morning of the attack
  • The arrest -- and release within days -- of a group of Israelis filming the attack from Jersey City and celebrating
911Review.org had the benefit of Paul Thompson's Timelines, which contains all of these facts, and the list compiled by 9-11 Research (one of 911Review.org's banned sites). 911Review.org avoids mentioning this information.

Many people had Prior Knowledge of 9/11, and some tried to profit from it.

Stock market traders knew in advance:

    Unknown individuals -- with accurate foreknowledge of the attacks -- had purchased an obvious and unusually large number of "put" options on United and American Airlines shortly before the attacks. See InsiderTrading.

The FBI knew in advance:

    The day before 9/11 the FBI closed down 500 Muslim web sites:

      Five hundred websites - many of them with an Arab or Muslim connection - crashed last Wednesday when an anti-terrorism taskforce raided Infocom Corporation in Texas. The 80-strong taskforce that descended upon the IT company included FBI agents, Secret Service agents, Diplomatic Security agents, tax inspectors, immigration officials, customs officials, department of commerce officials and computer experts. Three days later, they were still busy inside the building, reportedly copying every hard disc they could find. Infocom hosts websites for numerous clients in the Middle East, including al-Jazeera (the satellite TV station), al-Sharq (a daily newspaper in Qatar), and Birzeit (the Palestinian university on the West Bank). It also hosts sites for several Muslim organisations in the United States, among them the Islamic Society of North America, the Muslim Students Association, the Islamic Association for Palestine, and the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development. [http://www.guardian.co.uk/elsewhere/journalist/story/0,7792,549590,00.html The Guardian, Monday, September 10, 2001.]

While the timing of this raid is suspicious it hardly constitutes proof that The FBI knew in advance.

Some of the TwinTowers tenants seem to have known in advance:

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