Florida Bulldog and Nova Southeastern University present: Sen. Bob Graham and Unanswered Questions of 9/11 on 15th Anniversary

On Sept. 8, join former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham, co-chair of Congress’ Joint Inquiry into the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, for a lively panel discussion at Nova Southeastern University about the continuing search answers and justice 15 years on. A question and answer session will follow.9-11-plan200x200

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Nearly 3,000 men, women and children died and more than 6,000 were injured when terrorists attacked New York and Washington, D.C., but the public record about what happened is woefully incomplete. In July, President Obama declassified the famous 28-censored pages from Congress’ Joint Inquiry into the attacks, which point a finger at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Thousands of other government records, however, remain secret, including FBI reports about a once secret investigation that found “many connections” between Saudis living in Sarasota and individuals tied to 9/11.

Florida Bulldog Founder and Editor Dan Christensen will moderate the panel featuring Sen. Graham; Sharon Premoli, a victim advocate who was at work on the 80th floor of the North Tower when the first plane struck; Sean Carter, a partner with Philadelphia’s Cozen O’Connor law firm who represents victims; Thomas Julin, Florida Bulldog’s attorney and a partner with the Gunster law firm in Miami; and Dr. Charles Zelden, an NSU history and political science professor.

After the program, Sen. Graham will sign copies of his books, which will be available for purchase.

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Ticket Options:
5:30 p.m. VIP Cocktail Reception. $100 ticket includes wine and hors d’oeuvres, lecture, upfront seating and priority access at the book signing.

7 p.m. General admission tickets to panel discussion are $25 in advance; $15 for students with ID; $30 at the door.

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  • the answer is easy enough:

    – Pres Bush did not take the report of an imminent threat of Condi Rice with the proper gravity and thereafter had to cobble a diversion about WMDs and mushroom clouds etc etc

    – as for the bin laden led episode they were simply smarter than our homeland security and airport checkpoints that had untrained staff that did not even speak english and could not identify box cutters as weapons in the end BUT years before no one would question why someone would want to learn to fly a plane yet never learn to land it as the FBI had but only a handful of Arab translators

    why is it so difficult to conclude we were outsmarted and taken advantage of in our pluralistic and open society and indeed had the wrong people in charge at that time

    it is really that simple = period

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    ……………..otherwise, i guess former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham has to keep himself occupied thus, since he was large and in charge and presided over the end of the Everglades, which has DIED, and now Lake O is on life support, yet Graham’s friends at BIG SUGAR are as financially healthy as ever and no longer threatened with that “make the polluter pay” nonsense anymore and even GOV SCOTT has found a way to blame oBaMa for the blue green algae from nutrient rich nusaince flooding waters…………..what a show this is

  • ……………and lastly what i posted back in JUN about those 28 pages:

    America got addicted to crude oil and Saudi Arabia became our main dealer who we the people paid TRILLIONs of US dollars to for their product to satisfy our growing needs – we never asked who they really were or what their beliefs and customs were and when on occasion we would LEARN they would throw around a goat head as a soccer ball for sport or stone dead a young woman who was raped or drink camel piss in the arid desert – and then we the people paid them TRILLIONs more for our addiction – how could anything in those pages be a surprise ?

  • well here is one of the distinguished authors ROGER STONE who apparently has taken an interest in this: (maybe he does know more about 9/11 than the Everglades but apparently he protects BIG SUGAR here)

    Roger Stone Hey Frank- BULLSHIT–crazy enviros want to kill the US Industry. The Everglades is not dead by any scientific measure and only an asshole would say otherwise. Like · Reply · September 4 at 5:34am

    Like · Reply · September 4 at 8:16am

    Frank Daddario- Roger Stone I KNOW REDNECKS WHO ARE LIFELONG residents here and they go gator hunting for thirty PLUS years now so i guess they’re ALL assholes too – they tell me they never knew of blue green algae or nutrient rich polluted water back int the 70s and 80s – and they are out there EVERY other weekend their WHOLE LIFE Like · Reply · 9 mins

    Frank Daddario – Roger Stone another authority for me is ALLIGATOR RON (bergeron) who tells me the same thing – BIG SUGAR won and the Everglades are D E A D but as a best selling author YOUR RESEARCH should cite YOUR authority IF YOU THINK otherwise – please POST your sources – i know RON for more than twenty years now Like · Reply · 1 min · Edited

    Frank Daddario – Roger Stone as for authority on 9/11 a relative RICHARD DADDARIO was under NYC Mayor BLOOMBERG the one in charge – so i have sources also and i know all i need to know about 9/11 – and as i said often i would have NUKed SAaudi ARabia on 9/12 = period Like · Reply · 5 mins

    Frank Daddario – Roger Stone ………FYI from the WSJ 2010
    U.S. Prosecutor to Fill NYPD Terrorism Post – Commissioner Cites Prosecutor’s ‘Impeccable Reputation’ By Sean Gardiner Updated June 25, 2010 12:01 a.m. ET A long-serving federal prosecutor was named Thursday to head the New York Police Department’s antiterrorism efforts.Richard Daddario, 59 years old, who has worked as an assistant U.S. attorney in Manhattan since 1996, has been appointed as the NYPD’s deputy commissioner for counterterrorism, according to a statement by Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly.”Richard Daddario brings vast experience and an impeccable reputation in law enforcement to this most important post,” Mr. Kelly said. Like · Reply · 2 mins

    Frank Daddario – Roger Stone otherwise IF you think “assholes” aren’t important – try living without yours

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