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  • 9/11 on Las Vagas

    9/11 Roundtable Report September 26, 2011 The Effects of 9/11 on the Las Vegas strip In the article "Fear and Managing in Las Vegas" the authors analyze the effects of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 on the gaming industry on the Las Vegas Strip. Coin-in slot machines were used to determine the effects of this downturn in economy because they are the purest gaming volume indicator. Immediately following the 9/11 attacks casino managers made rash decisions, laying off thousands of workers

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  • 9/11 Remember for Ever

    On September 11, 2001, at 8:45 a.m. on a clear Tuesday morning, an American Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The impact left a gaping, burning hole near the 80th floor of the 110-story skyscraper, instantly killing hundreds of people and trapping hundreds more in higher floors. As the evacuation of the tower and its twin got underway, television cameras broadcasted live images of what initially appeared

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  • Conspiracy Theories of 9/11

    Conspiracy Theories of 9/11 Conspiracy Theories of September 11thThere is a lot of speculation on who was actually behind what happened on September 11, 2001. On this date one of America's greatest tragedies occurred. In this tragedy, around three thousand people were killed, with a total of six thousand injured. On this day four planes were hijacked; two of them hit the Twin towers in New York city, one hit the Pentagon in Arlington Virginia just outside Washington D.C., and a fourth one crashed

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  • 9-11 Victims

    I’ve never read anything about the victims of 9-11 before, I knew there were only a handful of them, but I thought that they were all firefighters. Reading this article, I realized how ignorant this country and the people who live in this country can be. I realized that Americans sometimes don’t realize the victims of situations like this have a hard time afterwards, it’s not always the ones who die’s families who have the hardest time. These people were actually inside of this building, they were

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  • Significant Changes in the Army Post 9/11

    The Army we know today does not look anything like the Continental Army established June 14, 1775, nor will the Army of tomorrow look anything like it does today. The events of 9/11 marked the beginning of a new era, requiring not only the change of a nation, but also a complete transformation of the United States Army. The necessity for change within the United States Army covers a broad spectrum including: changes in doctrine and training to better equip soldiers for combat operations; improved

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  • Fahrenheit 9/11

    Fahrenheit 9/11 This is a film that will make U.S. citizens really think about what actually happened on September 11th, 2001 and what is still happening with our country. Whether viewers of this film are fans of Michael Moore’s work or not, he keeps viewers guessing throughout about what he is going too pursued upon them next. It is almost hard as a first time viewer of this documentary to believe everything that is provided throughout the film. Moore has ways of convincing his viewers into what

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  • 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

    9/11 Conspiracy Theories Hannah N. Powell Floyd Central High School 9/11 Conspiracy Theories On the morning of September 11, 2001, the terrorist attack in New York caused a shock to a vast majority of the United States. We have all seen the terrible footage of the twin towers collapsing and the crash of the plane at the Pentagon and in the field in Pennsylvania. It seems almost unthinkable for our own government to potentially control the awful events of 9/11. Around 8:00 am on September

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  • Muslims and 9/11

    Effects on American Muslims After 9/11 A recent survey about American Muslims living in households in the United States range from 0.2 to 0.6 percent. That means the United States holds around 418,000 to 1,254,000 American Muslims that live here. However, it never mattered to the Americans how many Muslims were in the United States till 9/11 happened to us. On September 11, 2001, two American planes were hijacked by Muslims and crashed into the Twin towers in New York City. It shocked and devastated

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  • Post 9/11 Arab-American Discrimination

    individuals in society, would not have to worry about defending their identities, ancestries, cultures or traditions. Since Sept. 11, Arab Americans have been beneficiaries of what it feels like to be a member of the African American community. Although it is wrong to treat Arab Americans like criminals, we should not be surprised that they are treated in these ways. September 11 is a day that no one will ever forget. Everyone can remember where they were eleven years ago when terrorist attacked the twin

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  • 9/11 Historical Event

    9/11 Macario Vidal Devry University Professor Legare April 15, 2013 9/11 On September 11, 2001 members of Al Qaeda were able to take over US planes in an act of terrorism. Two of the planes struck the Twin Towers in New York and caused them to fall taking many lives in the process. Another plane struck the Pentagon and caused damage and casualties. The last plane was on its way to another attack when it abruptly crashed in a field in Pennsylvania

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  • Criminal Justice Lessons Learned Post 9/11

    Criminal Justice System Lessons Learned Post 9/11 The purpose of this paper is to discuss the importance of interagency collaboration in the criminal justice system, the changes that were made and lessons learned following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In the wake of the events that followed the 9/11 attacks many problems were revealed within the criminal justice system, especially those affecting the law enforcement community. One of those problems was the lack of interaction between

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  • Fahrenheit 9/11 Analysis

    The documentary genre allows filmmakers to put forward a biased account of events. Michael Moore is one such filmmaker that has exploited this genre. In his latest documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, Moore presents a biased recount of the Iraq war. Analysis of Fahrenheit 9/11, in particular chapter eight, demonstrates the subjective nature of the documentary genre. Moore exploits a toolkit of persuasive techniques to position viewers to accept his own values and beliefs regarding the war. Moore creates

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  • Chapters 9-11 Summary

    Chapter 9 Summary Majority of Chapter 9, Transportation Risk Management, speaks of the Risk Management Process. The Risk Management Process breaks down into four different categories or steps. These steps, not in any particular type of order, include Risk Review and Monitoring, Risk Identity, Risk Analysis and Risk Management. In step 1, risk identification, the goal is to capture as many transportation disruption risks as possible. Some of the techniques that are used for risk identification

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  • 9-11

    America’s military power. When the three planes crashed into these buildings the stability of America was put into jeopardy. These planes not only hit these buildings but they also attacked the groundwork of America’s strength and authority. The 9/11 attacks were the first inland attacks on America, this clearly displayed the global powerhouse’s vulnerability. These unsuspected acts of terrorism were single handedly able to bring the United States to its knees. Most Americans had never thought

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  • 9/11 with First Hand Account

    enough things can happen to change the world. In one day, a revolution can start or a new religion can be made, a new president can be elected, or some foreign country could decide to go to war. All of these event have an impact, and the impact that 9/11 left us with is one that certainly will never be forgotten.

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  • 9/11 Terrorist Attack

    2B(4) 03 May 2011 9/11 Terrorist Attack “Smoke clears, and a wail: Where did it go? Oh, Lord, where did it go?” says N.R. Kleinfield (qtd. in Raines 30). The date of September 11th, 2001, will go down in American history forever. This terrorist attack shocked not only the United States, but every other nation in the world. On this day there was nearly 2,900 deaths, it will go down as the largest and most effective terrorist attack ever to have occurred. After the attack of 9/11 the United States

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  • 9/11 Was Planned by Us Government

    9/11 Planned by U.S. Government maybe it is not declared that the U.S. government planned 9/11 but there is indefinable proof that they were involved. While Bill Clinton was in office, one of his top projects was to capture Osam Bin Laden, because one of the few things he did was bomb the African embassy in 1998. In 2001 Bush became president. Bush was so anti Clinton that he order all Clinton projects to be canceled or given lowest priority including the Osama Bin Laden project. Not only that Bush

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  • Changes in Aviation Since 9/11

    Changes in Aviation Since 9/11 Attacks Kristopher Preston Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Changes in Aviation Since 9/11 Attacks Introduction The September 11th terror attacks were a sequence of four attacks by al-Qaeda terrorists on the United States. They were carried out by al-Qaeda, an Islamic terrorist group. The terrorist attacks were launched in New York City and in the metropolitan area in Washington D.C on Tuesday, 11 September 2001. 19 al-Qaeda terrorists commandeered four

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  • 9/11 Was an Inside Job

    of 9/11 were huge. The body of evidence that the administration, or other agencies within the US government, were involved is also huge. The problem with summarizing the information is that the scale of the operation and its cover-up are so vast. Finding smoking guns is like picking up litter on a field. It's hard to move in a straight line. That makes it hard to create a simple narrative. My personal questioning of the events of 9/11 began a few years later, when my sister went to a 9/11 conference

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  • Text 9 and 11

    Compare the attitudes towards food in text 9 and 11. I will be comparing the attitudes of writers who are vegetarians and a chef who eats red meat. Firstly, both texts are very enthusiastic about their topics of food. Text 11 which is about turning vegetarian or being vegetarian it eases the readers in to the passage as it’s not in an imperative or bossy tone. It relaxes readers as the author begins with “take your time” which immediately removes all pressure away which is a tactic to persuade and

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  • 9/11 Gift Shop Controversy

    ------------------------------------------------- 9/11 Memorial & Museum gift shop controversy ------------------------------------------------- 9/11 Memorial & Museum gift shop controversy David C. Bolden David C. Bolden September 11 Memorial & Museum commemorating the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 where around as well as the bombings back in 1993. September 11 Memorial & Museum located in the center of where the Twin Towers once stood. Michael

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  • Case 11-9 Goodwill Impairment Test

    Case 11-9 Goodwill Impairment Testing  Galaxy Sports Inc. (Galaxy), a U.S.-based manufacturer of sports equipment, is a calendar year-end SEC registrant with one operating segment and the following three reporting units: o Fitness Equipment. o Golf Equipment. o Hockey Equipment.   Galaxy is in a competitive industry with several publicly traded companies in which growth and profitability are tied to the market and consumer demand. Three reporting units are appropriate because discrete financial

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  • 9-11-2001

    September 11th the day both Flight 175 and Flight 11 hit the World Trade Center I was too young to remember, But my mother remembers it as if it were yesterday. At 8:46am as the North Tower was struck by Flight 11 my mother was driving my grandmother to her Chemotherapy. She heard it on the radio of her blazer. “I was shocked and afraid, I had the constant thought of wondering what was going to happen next” she recalled as she relived the day in her mind. By 9:04am, the time that the South Tower was hit

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  • 9/11 Address to Nation

    (Brief Introduction) Today I will be reciting President Bush’s address to the nation regarding the terrorist attacks that took place on 9/11. (Memorized Speech) Good evening. 

 Today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. The victims were in airplanes or in their offices: secretaries, businessmen and women, military and federal workers, moms and dads, friends and neighbors. Thousands of lives were

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  • The Events of 9/11

    9/11 There are many factors and events that have impacted and changed America from 1946-2012. One major event from this time period was the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, which is referred to as 9/11. 9/11 was one of the worst terrorist attacks in American history, and changed the country forever. This article will be discussing 9/11 in detail. In particular, we will go over the events that led up to the attack and who was involved. After that the details of the attack will

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  • 9/11 Reaction

    9/11 Reaction Paper This documentary is centered on Ladder 1 and Engine 7’s response to 9/11. Before 9/11 James Hamlon explains that him and his team would do practice drills in the World Trade Center. By doing this they were able to learn the building layout. Ladder1 was one of the first firehouses to respond to the 9/11 disasters. James and his team responded to building one of the World Trade Center. When the tower was hit it knocked out all the internal communications, except for emergency

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  • Case 11-9

    Case 11-9 Yes management should have performed an interim goodwill step 1 impairment test as of September 30, 2012. The FASB Accounting Standards Codification detailed when an impairment test for goodwill is needed based on various circumstances. To determine whether a two-step test is necessary a qualitative assessment must be completed first. One of the most important pieces of information of Galaxy Sports Inc. at the September 30, 2012 date was the current market environment. Galaxy had experienced

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  • 9/11 Tach

    Since 9/11, The People in This Country Have Become More Security Conscious The terrorist attacks of 9/11 will be remembered as one of the most profound events that changed America drastically. People do not feel safe when the travel as they did before the terrorist attacks. Today just about everyone is a suspect. I saw on a talk show where a 5yr old boy from Normandy Park, FL. was detained and searched by TSA all because he has the same name as a terrorist who was wanted by the Federal Government

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  • Civil Liberty Implications of 9/11

    the civil liberties of citizens through unjust surveillance. In “Playing with Fire: The Civil Liberties Implications of September 11th,” Jon B. Gould discusses the heightened security policies that have arisen from the great tragedy which occurred on 9/11. Gould claims when Congress originally passed these provisions, it was seen that American citizens would be willing to accept greater limits on their freedoms; however Gould concludes that as time progresses, these permanent restrictions will not only

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  • How 9/11 Changed the World

    How 9/11 Changed the World The first major change that took place after 9/11 was more security was created. For example, the screening that happens now wasn’t as intense as it is now. It seems as if you are stripped from everything before entering the security screening process. Prior to September 11, 2001 you only had to show you’re identification card. You were even allowed to carry on knives and scissors. Although I do not remember this because I was only 4 years old, but my mother

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  • Tracking Al Qaeda Since 9/11

    Tracking al Qaeda Since 9/11 NAME SCHOOL Author Note (text). Tracking al Qaeda Since 9/11 Al Qaeda is a ubiquitous organization in the world today; it exists and operates on multiple continents, it has more funding than some small countries, it has ties and tacit support from state governments. This essay seeks to describe the pre 9/11 al Qaeda and compare that to the al Qaeda that we know and love (to hate) today. Background al Qaeda is a Sunni Islamist terrorist organization that operates

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  • Why Bush Did 9/11

    To my mind, the most damning evidence against George W. Bush is this: George W. Bush read a children’s story aloud about a pet goat throughout the entire unfolding of 9/11. There were four hijacked planes, two towers hit and he still kept reading the story. He did not monitor what was going on. He did not order any action. He did not even get himself to a safe location. I know this story is true because I have him on video tape. I bought a copy of the Great Conspiracy video showing Bush at the school

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  • 2,976: the Effects of 9/11

    English Thursdays - 5:30 2,976: The Effects of 9/11 Eleven years ago, the United States of America had a hugely different attitude towards terrorism than it does now. There was no thought of any act of violence being done on "our soil" only those "other" countries. Ten years later, the effects of 9/11 and its aftermath are still being seen in America. Even more than Pearl Harbor or the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the 9/11 attacks stand alone as a seminal moment in the modern

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  • Acc 307 Week 11 Quiz 9

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  • Psy 110 Wk 11 Quiz 9 Chapter 11 & 12

    PSY 110 WK 11 QUIZ 9 CHAPTER 11 & 12 To purchase this visit here: http://www.activitymode.com/product/psy-110-wk-11-quiz-9-chapter-11-12/ Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM PSY 110 WK 11 QUIZ 9 CHAPTER 11 & 12 PSY 110 WK 11 Quiz 9 Chapter 11,12 Match the letter with the correct definition. a. The idea that we seek out and maintain those relationships in which the rewards exceed the costs b. The decrease in perceived attractiveness of a target when viewed after an attractive person

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  • Lung Conditions Caused by Wtc - 9/11

    Lung Conditions Caused by WTC - 9/11 The World Trade Center tragedy and the list of injuries and illnesses evade our world and our resilience. People exposed to toxic dust after 9/11 still suffer from diminished lung and reduced lung function capacity1. People are not able to take deep breaths or push air out as routinely as normal2. An estimated 40,000 people, including rescues workers were exposed to noxious pollution. Itchy eyes and runny noses envelope people including nearby residents

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  • 9/11 Media Coverage

    9/11 Media Coverage The attacks that took place on September 11, 2001 were one of the biggest tragedies in the history of the United States. It is reported that in these attacks 2,996 people were killed and there was at least $10 billion dollars in property and infrastructure damage. As soon as the attacks took place, media coverage began. Everyone was shocked at what had just happened and no one could believe that the United States was under attack. Media coverage of this event lasted for months

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  • Conspiracies 9/11

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  • Acc 307 Week 11 Quiz 9

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  • 9/11 the Terrorist Attacks

    Ashton T. Mason Ms. Denny Engl. 1101 28 Jan 2016 The Consequences of 9/11 September 11, 2001 is a day that many Americans will never forget. On that morning, the United States of America was viciously attacked by terrorists, resulting in thousands of lives being lost. Both the Twin Towers in New York and the Pentagon in Washington DC were destroyed. The tragic events of September 11, 2001, forever transformed American society by implementing new defense mechanisms and combating terrorism

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  • President Bush 9/11 Address to the Nation

    By a show of hands how many of you were around when 9/11 took place? As assumed this is a college class, all of us were indeed around when this historic event took place. Today we are going to look at the events of 9/11 and the way George Bush handled this situation as president; but before we can look into 9/11 lets take a look at the speaker of this speech. George W. Bush was born July 6th, 1946 in New Haven, CT he was the eldest of 6 children of Barbara and George H.W. Bush. Bush had a moderately

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  • 9-11 Attack

    Al Qaeda Aims at the American Homeland “Jihad against the Americans,” Bin Laden addressed in the 9/11 Commission Report. It is the official report of the events leading up to the September 11, 2001 attacks. Bin Ladin was not the first to introduce this plan to attack the twin towers; the organization and origins of the 9/11 plot was created by three subordinate commanders: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM), Riduan Isamuddin (known as Hambali), and Abd al Rahim al Nashiri. Most of the attention and

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  • How 9/11 Changed America

    How 9/11 Changed America Final Exam Essay 3/11/2016 On September 11, 2001 America watched in horror as an act of terror hit New York City. Two commercial airline planes were hijacked and rerouted to hit the World Trade Center buildings. Today the question is being asked, did this result from intelligence failures? My answer to that is yes. When something is going wrong and you do not know what is happening, that is an intelligence failure. November of 1941, the U.S. intelligence community

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  • Psy 110 Week 11 Quiz 9 Chapter 11 & 12

    PSY 110 WEEK 11 QUIZ 9 CHAPTER 11 & 12 To purchase this tutorial visit here: http://wiseamerican.us/product/psy-110-week-11-quiz-9-chapter-11-12/ contact us at: SUPPORT@WISEAMERICAN.US PSY 110 WEEK 11 QUIZ 9 CHAPTER 11 & 12 Match the letter with the correct definition. a. The idea that we seek out and maintain those relationships in which the rewards exceed the costs b. The decrease in perceived attractiveness of a target when viewed after an attractive person c. Part of the preferred image

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  • Acc 307 Week 11 Quiz 9

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  • Conspiracy Theories of 9/11

    Conspiracy Theories of September 11th There is a lot of speculation on who was actually behind what happened on September 11, 2001. On this date one of America's greatest tragedies occurred. In this tragedy, around three thousand people were killed, with a total of six thousand injured. On this day four planes were hijacked; two of them hit the Twin towers in New York city, one hit the Pentagon in Arlington Virginia just outside Washington D.C., and a fourth one crashed in Pennsylvania, the

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  • Case 11-9 Goodwill Impairment Testing

    Case 11-9 Goodwill Impairment Testing  Galaxy Sports Inc. (Galaxy), a U.S.-based manufacturer of sports equipment, is a calendar year-end SEC registrant with one operating segment and the following three reporting units: o Fitness Equipment. o Golf Equipment. o Hockey Equipment.  Galaxy is in a competitive industry with several publicly traded companies in which growth and profitability are tied to the market and consumer demand.  Three reporting units are appropriate because

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  • Border Security After 9/11

    United States Border Security Post 9/11 ABSTRACT U.S. border security in the post 9/11 era requires careful attention to all potential threats with particular focus on mitigating circumstances that lead to reductions in citizen safety and security. These efforts must be balanced with protection of U.S. citizens’ rights to freedom of movement and commerce. Additionally, security activities must protect borders while minimizing interference with international trade. Primary concerns at the

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  • Post 9/11

    various terrorist groups are hostage taking or kidnaping, they try to gain leverage against the military by using these types of techniques. Terrorist are coming up with many different ways to attack and have included hijacking planes as we have seen on 9/11. There is no possible way to avoid terrorism as they do not follow any laws or respect anything that is put into place. The military is doing its best to keep the terrorism threats down to a minimum. There is no definite way to determine if any

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  • 9/11 Coverup

    9/11 Cover-up America's top military leaders drafted plans to kill innocent people and commit acts of terrorism in US cities to trick the public into supporting a war against Cuba in the early 1960s. Approved in writing by the Pentagon Joint Chiefs, Operation Northwoods even proposed blowing up a US ship and hijacking planes as a false pretext for war. [ABC News, 5/1/01, Pentagon Documents] 1996-2001: Federal authorities are aware for years before 9/11 that suspected terrorists with ties to

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