Calling the FBI on Criminal Destruction of Steel Evidence from 9/11
May 11, 2011
In my quest to find who is responsible for the destruction of the crucial steel evidence from the World Trade Center I have turned to two of the key people involved in the FBI investigation of 9/11, code-named PENTTBOM – FBI Director Robert Swan Mueller III and Pasquale “Pat” D’Amuro, Inspector in Charge of the investigation. Mueller is still director of the FBI, until September, and D’Amuro works for Giuliani Partners in New York.
Robert S. Mueller, Director of the FBI
(September 7, 2001-September 2011)
The subject of its latest cover story, TIME asks: “Has FBI Director Bob Mueller fixed the bureau that blew 9/11?” The article notes that “Mueller ran the largest criminal investigation in FBI history” but ignores the fact that he allowed the crucial steel evidence from the World Trade Center to be destroyed without being examined. Mueller’s negligence was not the result of ineptitude, but a criminal conspiracy at the Department of Justice to destroy the evidence that could expose the people behind the false-flag terrorism of 9/11.
From: Christopher Bollyn
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011
To: Bresson, Paul E.
Subject: Press Question on Destruction of WTC Steel
Dear Mr. Bresson,
I am an independent journalist working on an article about the destruction of the steel from the World Trade Center. As I said on the telephone message, I don’t understand why the FBI allowed the steel from the WTC, some 280,000 tons, to be hastily recycled via the two junkyards in New Jersey. Why did the FBI allow the agencies of New York City to take control of this crucial evidence? Can you explain this?
Since the FBI led the PENTTBOM investigation and had special investigative jurisdiction over the 9/11 crime scenes, the FBI should be able to explain why they allowed the steel to be destroyed without it being scrutinized by steel experts.
Because Robert S. Mueller was the director of the FBI at the time, I would like to have a comment from him about how and why this decision was made.
Thank you for your consideration of my request.
From: Bresson, Paul E. Paul.Bresson@ic.fbi.gov
Subject: RE: Press Question on Destruction of WTC Steel
Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2011
I don’t know if this is accurate or how crucial steel is/was to the investigation. In any case, I would check with FBI in New York or NYPD for anything further.
Dear Mr. Bresson,
Thank you for your prompt response. I am afraid that there is some misunderstanding here. I am writing to you as a journalist with questions about the destruction of the steel from the World Trade Center. I was told that because I am an author working on a research article that my questions about the FBI’s role in the investigation should go through you.
You wrote that you don’t know how crucial the steel was to the investigation? Are you a trained criminal investigator? If you were I would be shocked to hear such a comment, so I assume you are not. How can the evidence remaining at the World Trade Center crime scene in which nearly 3,000 people were murdered NOT be crucial to the investigation? It is certainly obvious that the remains of the collapsed towers should be examined to determine HOW they collapsed. Is this not clear to you, Mr. Bresson?
The first part of my article on this subject is here. Please forward it to Director Robert Mueller:http://www.bollyn.com/the-911-cover-up
With all due respect, Mr. Bresson, I am really not interested in your opinion. I am going through your office, as directed by a person at the press desk at FBI HQ, in my quest for comments from people who were directly involved in this historic investigation, in this case, Director Robert S. Mueller III and Pasquale D’Amuro, the Inspector in Charge of the PENTTBOM investigation.
Please let me know if you can help me with this. If you cannot, please direct me to the person who can. Thank you for your prompt consideration of my request.
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