The tragedy is that these tools call it a tragedy. It was an act of war. Stop the crap. And stop the jihad show trial in NYC. It's treason.
And look how they keep these things from the American people, making the world soft and pliable for jihad infestation, infiltration and attack.
Hundreds of thousands of electronic messages from 9/11 — including panicked exchanges from the Pentagon and the NYPD — were released today by a nonprofit activist group.
The riveting pager texts include messages from people at the fiery scene, brave first responders and worried, desperate onlookers just trying to get a word about a loved one.
"We're under another 'terrorist' attack in new york city at the world trade buildings!!!" said one message recorded at 9:11 a.m. "It's horrible. two planes crash into the top floors of each building."
Another message reads: "Please don't leave the building. One of the towers just collapsed! Please, please be careful. Repeat,"
Another was more emotional: "Honey wanted to tell you how much i love you," the sender wrote. "I was a little worried.I Don’t want to lose you now that I got you back. You mean everything to me. You have my whole heart and life. I love you so much."
According to CBS News, one of the pages indicated that Air Force One was a target, a message that apparently led officials to divert President Bush’s plane, which was en route from Florida to Washington D.C.
And remember how the lefturds made fun of Bush for taking defensive measures during the attack.
Although the messages are sure to stir up a range of emotions among families of the victims — particularly given the holiday timing — the organization that put them out on its Web site said the messages document important history.
"The archive is a completely objective record of the defining moment of our time," said a statement from the group WikiLeaks. "We hope that its revelation will lead to a more nuanced understanding of the event and its tragic consequences."
The organization did not explain how it obtained what it called "intercepts" of text pagers, but Wired notes that unencrypted pager traffic has been subject to interception by hackers for years. The group’s Web site said it advocates transparency in government.
Other pager messages, which range from panicked to the mundane, include:
—"Car bomb explodes outside State Department, senior law enforcement officials say."
—"Your Father just called and sd that you cousin Stuart who works at the trade center has called and is ok"
—"Ben, Im at work and Im fine. Where are you? Please go home. If all else, please go home."
—"The B-Day cakes are in the front. Thank you!"
—"FYI, IT IS A 3+ HOUR WAIT TO DONATE BLOOD AS OF NOW. MIGHT WANT TO THINK ABOUT GOING LATER TONIGHT OR TOMORROW."
—"as soon as possible pls ensure your vehicle has a full tank of gas"
—"life is changing - so are our plans - call me when you get a chance"
—"ALL NEW YORK SECRET SERVICES PERSONNEL — DO NOT GO INTO NEW YORK CITY! GO TO THE NEAREST RO!"
—"night coverage. You will not need to come in tonight. The only thing that he asked is that you keep your pager close by"
—"HI MARY. THIS IS SCOTT. JUST CALLING TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU'RE OKAY. WE'VE BEEN PAGING YOU ALL DAY. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE, AND LET US KNOW THAT YOU'RE ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU."
From 3AM on Wednesday November 25, 2009, until 3AM the following day (US east coast time), WikiLeaks released half a million US national text pager intercepts. The intercepts cover a 24 hour period surrounding the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and Washington.
The messages were broadcasted "live" to the global community — sychronized to the time of day they were sent. The first message was from 3AM September 11, 2001, five hours before the first attack, and the last, 24 hours later.
Text pagers are usualy carried by persons operating in an official capacity. Messages in the archive range from Pentagon, FBI, FEMA and New York Police Department exchanges, to computers reporting faults at investment banks inside the World Trade Center
The archive is a completely objective record of the defining moment of our time. We hope that its entrance into the historical record will lead to a nuanced understanding of how this event led to death, opportunism and war.
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An index of messages released is available here.
All pager messages released can be downloaded here as a single compressed text file.