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05-27-2007, 05:57 PM
SEC Investigates 9/ 11'Short' Stock Sales Profits
by TBRNEWS.ORG

Editor's Note: Who made money on the 9/11 attack of the World Trade
Center? Investigations by SEC, DoJ and FBI have mysteriously stopped
dead in their tracks. Who called off the dogs and why?)

Between August 26 and September 11, 2001, a group of speculators,
identified by the American Securities and Exchange Commission as
Israeli citizens, sold 'short' a list of 38 stocks that could
reasonably be expected to fall in value as a result of the pending
attacks.

These speculators operated out of the Toronto, Canada and Frankfurt,
Germany, stock exchanges and their profits were specifically stated
to be "in the millions of dollars."

Short selling of stocks involves the opportunity to gain large
profits by passing shares to a friendly third party, then buying them
back when the price falls.

Historically, if this precedes a traumatic event, it is an indication
of foreknowledge.

It is widely known that the CIA uses the Promis software to routinely
monitor stock trades as a possible warning sign of a terrorist attack
or suspicious economic behavior.

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