Pilots For Truth Continues To Grow - New Core Members Added

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post Nov 17 2010, 10:55 AM
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In just 4 short years, Pilots For 9/11 Truth has grown to over 300 Verified Pilots and Aviation Professionals, almost 3000 forum members, even more petition signors, and continues to grow.

Visit http://pilotsfor911truth.org/core to browse the long and growing list of Pilots For 9/11 Truth Core Members.

Pilots For 9/11 Truth have made it their mission to determine the truth surrounding the events of September 11, 2001 since it has become the day which has changed the world for us all with an overwhelming and growing number of questions unresolved.

Pilots For 9/11 Truth have analyzed the events which took place at the WTC, The Pentagon, and in Shankville, PA based on data provided by government agencies. Numerous presentations, technical papers and articles have been produced with more in the making including analysis of the Air Response on 9/11. Many radio, TV and Speaking engagements throughout the world have been accomplished, with more to come. There is a growing mountain of evidence which conflicts with the Government version of events.

Over the years, Pilots For 9/11 Truth have contacted numerous Government Agencies attempting to get answers for the clear conflicts within their official narrative. They refuse to comment. Hundreds of Media representatives, Aviation Associations and members of Congress have also been contacted and continue to be informed of the evidence. Affidavits have been submitted in support of the victims, litigation remains ongoing.

As we approach the Tenth year since the year of the attacks, Pilots For 9/11 Truth continue working, attempting to get answers for the growing mountain of conflicts within the official narrative, while pushing for a new investigation. More TV/Radio interviews and speaking engagements to inform the public are also anticipated. Some have already been completed and will be airing soon.

During your research, you may also notice a loud minority attempting to marginalize and suppress the analysis done and evidence uncovered by Pilots For 9/11 Truth. Some claim the work of Pilots For 9/11 Truth is just flat out wrong, yet those who make such claims, have no experience in aviation and have proven to be inaccurate and/or intentionally deceptive in their claims. "Nothing to see here folks, move along" is their underlying agenda. Uncovering such fatal conflicts to the official narrative of the events of 9/11 as Pilots For 9/11 Truth have done, one can expect to see such tactics. "You don't get flak unless you're over the target" is a statement to keep in mind when reading such attacks on Pilots For 9/11 Truth. If you come across such divisive rhetoric, please email pilots@pilotsfor911truth.org or join the Pilots For 9/11 Truth forum with any questions you may have.

Pilots For 9/11 Truth needs your help in our mission to get answers, and eventually, the Truth.

What you can do:

First and foremost - Refuse the Naked Body Scanners at Airports. These scanners are a slippery slope which will eventually lead to having the same type intrusive and illegal search when you just want to buy a loaf of bread or a gallon of milk at your local Supermarket, or enter any public establishment.

Read the US Constitution - We all could use a little refresher now and then. Sit down one day with your favorite beverage and just take an hour or so reading it. You'll be surprised how many times you say to yourself, "I didn't know our Government wasn't allowed to do 'that', then why is 'this' happening?"

Click here - http://www.usconstitution.net/const.html

Call/Write your Congress Representatives and Senators, notify them of the growing list of Pilots and Aviation Professionals, the growing list of Architects and Engineers, Military Officers, Firefighters, Lawyers, Medical Professionals, Family Members and Victims, and Citizen Investigators who not only question the official narrative, but have uncovered several fatal conflicts within the theory dictated to the public through the official narrative.

You can find your local representative here:

Demand a new investigation. Demand justice for the victims, the First Responders, The US Constitution, our Freedoms!

Call into radio shows, TV shows, write producers, notify them of the same. Spread the word! Help others to inform themselves of the evidence. Give them the tools, give them DVD's, direct them to the analysis.

If you are an aviation professional, pilot, etc - tell your co-workers, direct them to PilotsFor911Truth.org. Give them copies of the presentations, the technical papers, the articles, the interviews.

If you are a passenger, do the same when you go to the airport, after you refuse the Naked Body Scanner. Give DVD's to the pilots. Ask them questions based on the work done by Pilots For 9/11 Truth. eg. "Do you think a 767 can fly at 510 knots near sea level? Do you think you can fly this plane at 150 knots over it's max operating and remain in control?" When they laugh, inform them that is what their government wants them to believe.

We want to sincerely thank you all for your support. We would not be here without you. Thank you!
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post Nov 17 2010, 07:04 PM
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Regarding the body scanners I think there is the important part of the U.S. Constitution:

Amendment 4 - Search and Seizure. Ratified 12/15/1791

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Always when hearing about the body scanners I wonder where the TSA gets the warrants required by 4th Amendment if in fact TSA has them at all. I somehow can't imagine how obtaining of such a warrants would be administratively possible for all the screened passengers passing the TSA checkpoints and where the TSA would get the probable causes supported by Oaths or affirmations.

Recently the pilot Michael Roberts filled lawsuit against constitutionality of the TSA procedures:

But the body scanners are not the only problem with the TSA. Even more serious problem is that in cases when people refuse the body scans they are then subjected to so called "pat-downs", which in my opinion can have massive legal consequences for TSA.

To ilustrate: another lawsuit is about for me as european almost unbelievable assault on young girl by TSA, which would be in the european countries most probably straightforwardly considered being a fellony (and some in US already warn with prosecutions too - LINK) and of course the reason for the employer compulsorily and immediately suspend the involved officers.

Prisonplanet.com reports:
One of the most disturbing, which is subject to an ongoing lawsuit, involved a 21-year-old college student from Amarillo Texas. The woman was passing through security at Corpus Christi airport on May 29 2008 when she was subjected to “extended search procedures” by the TSA.

“As the TSA agent was frisking plaintiff, the agent pulled the plaintiff’s blouse completely down, exposing plaintiffs’ breasts to everyone in the area,” the lawsuit said. “As would be expected, plaintiff was extremely embarrassed and humiliated.”

TSA workers continued to laugh and joke about the incident “for an extended period of time,” leaving the woman distraught and needing to be consoled. After the woman re-entered the boarding area, TSA workers continued to humiliate her over the incident.

“One male TSA employee expressed to the plaintiff that he wished he would have been there when she came through the first time and that ‘he would just have to watch the video,’” the suit said.

The woman filed an administrative claim against the TSA but was forced to launch a full lawsuit after the agency failed to respond.

The incident bears similarities to a 2002 case involving a pregnant woman who had her breasts exposed by TSA agents in public. Her husband was thrown in the airport jail for complaining about the treatment of his wife.

The above examples clearly constitute federal criminal offence and the threats about the criminal prosecution against the TSA officers seriously are not a joke. 18 USC Sec. 2246/3 defines the legal term Sexual Contact for the purpose of sec. 2244 defining crime of Abusive sexual contact as:
"intentional touching, either directly or through the clothing, of the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner thigh, or buttocks of any person with an intent to abuse, humiliate, harass, degrade, or arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any person"

18 USC Sec. 2244/b makes the merit described by the above definition punishable by fine AND imprisonment if there is not the permission by the one who was touched (even he is adult not speaking about children) - giving the permission to touch the intimate places we can seriously doubt it was anytime expressly given by anybody in cases of TSA officers touching the intimate places of the checked persons -even the checked generally agreed with some check taking place instead of the body-scan. One can really hardly imagine something like the permission required by the sec. 2244 ever happened during the TSA checks.

As it looks to me: Completely generally speaking the legal status of TSA checks is that the body scanners are clearly unconstitutional by 4th Amendment if the TSA has no warrants issued under probable cause and supported by Oaths or affirmations (under penalty of perjury), and moreover the TSA policy to subject the people refusing body-scanners to the "pat-downs" is stragforwardly criminal in general sense from the definition by 18 USC sec. 2244/b and 2246/3 respectively, because the there given definition contains the word "harass" which what it clearly is when TSA refers the people refusing the body-scans to the "pat-downs" involving the touching the intimate body parts without express permission - to reiterate "either directly or through the clothing, of the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner thigh, or buttocks" and can of course then involve abuse, humiliation and degradation as well.

Moreover what I think there could be now federal criminal indictment not only against the particular TSA officers harassing and abusing the air-passengers, but also against the TSA officials for complicity because it was them who in fact ordered the "pat-down" policy for those refusing body-scaners - and this has possible huge repercussions not inly in possible fining and jailing them, but in fact with consequences stemming from the Mandatory restitutions under 18 USC sec. 2248 ("In General. - notwithstanding section 3663 or 3663A (LINK), and in addition to any other civil or criminal penalty authorized by law, the court shall order restitution for any offense under this chapter.") for TSA as a whole -which - if one considers usual amounts in restitutions for sexual harassments ordered by US courts - could quickly send TSA to the bankruptcy if the policy of "body-scan or pat-down" would not be abandoned immediately.

LINK to the full text of the respective USC sections

Some even paradoxicly think TSA activities could even fall under the definition of domestic terrorism in sec. 802 of the Patriot Act:

US Congress already heard from J.J. Duncan the key information the former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff represents the company Rapiscan selling the body scanners - which probably constitutes a case of conflict of interest at the HSD which advocates the body-scanners. J.J. Duncan openly said "This is much more about money than it is about security." LINK
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