Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Nobody (At The Top) Listened

My Way News:
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - A manager at an Arizona flight school that trained one of the Sept. 11 pilot-hijackers testified at the Zacarias Moussaoui trial Wednesday that she called the Federal Aviation Administration with concerns over his qualifications for a pilot license, but her concerns were dismissed by an FAA official.

Margaret Chevrette, manager at the flight school, was testifying in the death-penalty trial of Moussaoui, who has confessed to being an al-Qaida terrorist.

It was the second time this week jurors heard witnesses testify that people in positions of authority in the federal government responded either slowly, negatively - or not at all - to warnings about a possible a possible terrorist attack.
I guess this is part of the testimony the Ms. Martin tried to sidetrack because, gee, it makes it sound like the authorities could have, you know, done something to, uh, prevent the tragedy of 9/11, sort of. Seems like some federal prosecutors will resort to anything, including the truth, when it comes to winning their case. Hey! That reminds me. What's going on with the Traitor Gate case? Come on, Fitz, throw us a bone now and then, will ya'?!

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