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| 9-11/Whistleblowers |
Barry Jennings, minutes after being rescued from WTC7, tells ABC News that an explosion had trapped him and Michael Hess in the building.
|Many people have sought to share important evidence about 9/11, using inside knowledge from a professional capacity.|
Many people have blown the whistle about different aspects of 9-11. Some of these are listed at 9-11/Premature death.
|Bogdan Dzakovic||Federal Aviation Administration||A 14-year veteran of the Security Division of the Federal Aviation Administration who warned his superior that the air security system was next to useless, but was not heeded.|
|David Graham||9-11||David Graham was a dentist who became suspicious after meeting two of the "19 hijackers". He reported being first ignored and then threatened by the FBI. He compiled a large report of his investigations into why the FBI were ignoring his warnings. Poisoned.|
|Richard Grove||Marsh & McLennan||Late for a meeting, Richard Grove was not in the World Trade Center when it was attacked.|
|Barry Jennings||9-11/WTC7/Destruction||A key 9/11 witness whose testimony contradicted the 9/11 report. He was reported dead without further explanation, aged 53. No death certificate is available on the internet, the cause of death is unknown & his entire family went missing without explanation at the same time.|
War on Terror/Purposes
|Whistleblower who exposed the FBI's cover-up of the information from the Minneapolis FBI field office that might have prevented the 9/11 attacks.|
|Kevin Ryan||A former Site Manager for Environmental Health Laboratories, a division of Underwriters Laboratories, who became interested in 9/11 and had the tenacity to keep asking questions. Now a very productive 9/11 researcher.|
|A 9-11 whistleblower who exposed Ptech|
|Kurt Sonnenfeld||One of four FEMA photographers who were given exclusive access to Ground Zero following the September 11 Attacks in New York in 2001. After gradually coming to doubt the official narrative, his residence was raided and he was charged with murder, a charge at first dismissed but later brought back. By this time, he had been granted refugee status in Argentina.|
|Michael Springmann||Saudi Arabia/Visa fraud||Head of the visa section in Saudi Arabia, who blew the whistle on the granting of visas for training of terrorists and was fired as a result.|