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Leslie Landry
i heard that the documentation for the missing $2.3 Trillion got destroyed in the pentagon on sept 11, 2001...is this true...if so, could you provide me with information that states this?

Thank you.

~Leslie
richard cranium
QUOTE (Leslie Landry @ Jun 2 2008, 09:42 PM) *
i heard that the documentation for the missing $2.3 Trillion got destroyed in the pentagon on sept 11, 2001...is this true...if so, could you provide me with information that states this?

Thank you.

~Leslie

Leslie,I forgot where I read it but I heard somewhere that the alledged AA77 hit the Pentagon right where the accounting offices were. I think I read it somewhere on Scholars for 911 Truth. I'll see if I can find it.
rc
Leslie Landry
QUOTE (richard cranium @ Jun 4 2008, 07:21 PM) *
Leslie,I forgot where I read it but I heard somewhere that the alledged AA77 hit the Pentagon right where the accounting offices were. I think I read it somewhere on Scholars for 911 Truth. I'll see if I can find it.
rc


Thanks. Someone brought this to my attention today and i couldnt remember if i heard this information before or not. I have tried to search for this information but couldnt find it anywhere.
rob balsamo
http://pilotsfor911truth.org/forum//index....t&p=7360572

After GH wrote up those posts, i put it in PBB2. smile.gif
dMz
Y'all need to remember the important part-- if the $2.3T is found, DoD said that it's mine- after all, I speak their "accounting." wink.gif

I'll be sure to "spread the wealth" if we ever find it...
Ricochet
Take a step back to June 2001 here is a report on the USG in general. Page 15 is the Defense Department. http://www.senate.gov/~gov_affairs/vol2.pdf
I will get back here with more in a while.


QUOTE
One Army office in the Pentagon lost 34 of its 65 employees in the attack. Most of those killed in the office, called Resource Services Washington, were civilian accountants, bookkeepers and budget analysts. They were at their desks when American Airlines Flight 77 struck.

http://archive.southcoasttoday.com/daily/1...01/a02wn018.htm

Yup, must have known which office to hit.


I found the money!!

http://www.american.edu/salla/Articles/BB-CIA.htm
Sanders
doh1.gif he-he, you thought you were mad, you thought 9-11 was outrageous ... think about it this way ....... we wound up paying for it !!!
jellybean
QUOTE (Sanders @ Jun 5 2008, 09:10 AM) *
doh1.gif he-he, you thought you were mad, you thought 9-11 was outrageous ... think about it this way ....... we wound up paying for it !!!


Has that angle ever been explored? That part of the trillions missing went to fund this?
Leslie Landry
for those who never heard about this before...here is the article:







On Sept. 10, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld declared war. Not on foreign terrorists, "the adversary's closer to home. It's the Pentagon bureaucracy," he said.

He said money wasted by the military poses a serious threat.

"In fact, it could be said it's a matter of life and death," he said.

Rumsfeld promised change but the next day Sept. 11-- the world changed and in the rush to fund the war on terrorism, the war on waste seems to have been forgotten.

Just last week President Bush announced, "my 2003 budget calls for more than $48 billion in new defense spending."

More money for the Pentagon, CBS News Correspondent Vince Gonzales reports, while its own auditors admit the military cannot account for 25 percent of what it spends.

"According to some estimates we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions," Rumsfeld admitted.

$2.3 trillion that's $8,000 for every man, woman and child in America. To understand how the Pentagon can lose track of trillions, consider the case of one military accountant who tried to find out what happened to a mere $300 million.

"We know it's gone. But we don't know what they spent it on," said Jim Minnery, Defense Finance and Accounting Service.

Minnery, a former Marine turned whistle-blower, is risking his job by speaking out for the first time about the millions he noticed were missing from one defense agency's balance sheets. Minnery tried to follow the money trail, even crisscrossing the country looking for records.

"The director looked at me and said 'Why do you care about this stuff?' It took me aback, you know? My supervisor asking me why I care about doing a good job," said Minnery.

He was reassigned and says officials then covered up the problem by just writing it off.

"They have to cover it up," he said. "That's where the corruption comes in. They have to cover up the fact that they can't do the job."

The Pentagon's Inspector General "partially substantiated" several of Minnery's allegations but could not prove officials tried "to manipulate the financial statements."

Twenty years ago, Department of Defense Analyst Franklin C. Spinney made headlines exposing what he calls the "accounting games." He's still there, and although he does not speak for the Pentagon, he believes the problem has gotten worse.

"Those numbers are pie in the sky. The books are cooked routinely year after year," he said.

Another critic of Pentagon waste, Retired Vice Admiral Jack Shanahan, commanded the Navy's 2nd Fleet the first time Donald Rumsfeld served as Defense Secretary, in 1976.

In his opinion, "With good financial oversight we could find $48 billion in loose change in that building, without having to hit the taxpayers."


http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/01/29/...ain325985.shtml

more info here
http://www.whereisthemoney.org/


Related: Reps Murtha and Moran don't even know about missing trillions! http://benfrank.net/blog/2006/01/07/incompetent_or_traitors/

The 'blogosphere' has been talking about this story for years, and two Congressmen have never heard of it. They are shielded from info, living in a bubble, just like Bush.
rob balsamo
Heres more from KT's site...

http://killtown.911review.org/flight77/fatalities.html

Alot of the source links no longer work though....
Ricochet
Here is some fancy footwork.

http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/acq_bud_fin/
lunk
QUOTE (Leslie Landry @ Jun 4 2008, 03:42 PM) *
i heard that the documentation for the missing $2.3 Trillion got destroyed in the pentagon on sept 11, 2001.


~Leslie


If, 1 million dollars in 100 dollar bills, stacked, is 1 meter high
then 1 billion dollars would be 1 kilometer high
then 1 trillion dollars is 1000 kilometers high

2.3 trillion dollars would be a stack of hundred dollar bills
2300 kilometers, or 1429 miles high.

just to put this figure into perspective.

http://www.lcurve.org/

I feel like an ant, lunk
SPreston
QUOTE (lunk)
If, 1 million dollars in 100 dollar bills, stacked, is 1 meter high
then 1 billion dollars would be 1 kilometer high
then 1 trillion dollars is 1000 kilometers high

2.3 trillion dollars would be a stack of hundred dollar bills
2300 kilometers, or 1429 miles high.

just to put this figure into perspective.

http://www.lcurve.org/

I feel like an ant, lunk

Yet these Defense Department beauracrats can lose that gigantic ant hill and object if anybody tries to find it, even stooping to murder to keep it hidden.

Sounds more like a pack of thieves to me.

dv8
blink.gif Holy hell is that depressing, thanks lunk!!! LOL!!!
Leslie Landry
If they were wise..dont you think they would have waited till after 9/11...seeing as though the damage to the pentagon was in the accountants office. on that note...maybe they were not sure if the planes would make it and/or hit the planned target?

just a thought. ~Leslie




blink.gif (i added the face cause i think its funny LOL)
Ricochet
The problem is the Pentagon never kept up with technology, ironically it's own clumsy way of accounting prevents it from becoming efficient. I will make my point with the case of the 19 cent washers.
QUOTE
Pentagon Paid $998,798 to Ship Two 19-Cent Washers (Update3)

By Tony Capaccio

Aug. 16 (Bloomberg) -- A small South Carolina parts supplier collected about $20.5 million over six years from the Pentagon for fraudulent shipping costs, including $998,798 for sending two 19-cent washers to an Army base in Texas, U.S. officials said.

The company also billed and was paid $455,009 to ship three machine screws costing $1.31 each to Marines in Habbaniyah, Iraq, and $293,451 to ship an 89-cent split washer to Patrick Air Force Base in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Pentagon records show.

The owners of C&D Distributors in Lexington, South Carolina -- twin sisters -- exploited a flaw in an automated Defense Department purchasing system: bills for shipping to combat areas or U.S. bases that were labeled ``priority'' were usually paid automatically, said Cynthia Stroot, a Pentagon investigator.

C&D and two of its officials were barred in December from receiving federal contracts. Today, a federal judge in Columbia, South Carolina, accepted the guilty plea of the company and one sister, Charlene Corley, to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to launder money, Assistant U.S. Attorney Kevin McDonald said.

Corley, 46, was fined $750,000. She faces a maximum prison sentence of 20 years on each count and will be sentenced soon, McDonald said in a telephone interview from Columbia. Stroot said her sibling died last year.

Corley didn't immediately return a phone message left on her answering machine at her office in Lexington. Her attorney, Gregory Harris, didn't immediately return a phone call placed to his office in Columbia.


the rest of the article at Bloomberg. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...id=aY5OQ5xv9HR8


This is just one supplier. With thousands of transactions per day there is no way to track and verify everyone of them.
amazed!
Leslie

They are not wise, they are arrogant and wicked. Not a kind bone in their collective body.
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