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Another Nineteen: Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects by Kevin Ryan (2013, Paperback)
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Once new information is ready to communicate to others, there are a lot of venues for doing that. What makes someone a legitimate suspect? An example is Wirt Dexter Walker.
As the CEO of Stratesec, he was in position to provide access to those who planted explosives in the WTC, as well as prevent that access from being detected. Eberhart also appears to have lowered the Infocon communications defense level just hours before the attacks, and gave orders that directly obstructed the interceptors.
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He also lied to the U. Congress about having received documented notification of the hijackings a crime. When one or more of pieces of direct evidence are established for a suspect, it makes sense to evaluate indirect evidence.
Here are five types. Besides having the power to grant access to those who planted explosives in the WTC, McDaniel also had expertise in the distribution of explosives from his days as the U.
That same previous position makes him a suspect in the Iran-Contra crimes. Similarly, Ralph Eberhart is a suspect for whom there exists both direct and indirect evidence. He also failed to cooperate with the official investigations, telling his staff to just change their responses to investigators as those responses were shown to be invalid.
Is it enough to use only indirect evidence? For example, is it enough to say that the suspect benefited from the crimes?