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What Did They Know Page

Who else knew something was going to happen in the United States?

Most of the links below no longer work, but there is enough
information in each excerpt to find the article
at the Internet archive's WayBack Machine or in LexisNexis.


Expert: Russia Knew in Advance, Encouraged Citizens to Cash Out Dollars, Dr. Alexandr Nemets, (a conservative news website), September 17, 2001:

“Russian press accounts and other activities by the Russian government this summer indicate that the Russian government knew in advance that something would happen to America, including a 'financial attack' against the U.S.”  

Instant Messages To Israel Warned Of WTC Attack , Brian McWilliams, Newsbytes{C} News Network (a division of The Washington Post Company), September 27, 2001 :

“Officials at instant-messaging firm Odigo confirmed today that two employees received text messages warning of an attack on the World Trade Center two hours before terrorists crashed planes into the New York landmarks.”

German Firm Probes Final World Trade Center Deals, Erik Kirschbaum, Reuters, December 16, 2001 (archived at

"German computer experts are working round the clock to unlock the truth behind an unexplained surge in financial transactions made just before two hijacked planes crashed into New York's World Trade Center on September 11...

“Not only the volume but the size of the transactions was far higher than usual for a day like that. There is a suspicion that these were possibly planned to take advantage of the chaos.”

Stock Adviser Knew About 9/11 Attacks, U.S. Suggests , Alex Berenson, The New York Times, May 25, 2002:

“A San Diego stock adviser who is accused of bribing an F.B.I. agent to give him confidential government information may have had prior knowledge of the Sept. 11 attacks, a federal prosecutor said yesterday.”

What Did They Know Page

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