Thursday, June 16, 2016

9/11 Texas War Criminal Dick Armey, protected Orlando 'Islamic Gay Terrorist' Omar Mateen's Employer From Procecution 

G4S formerly Securicor

US Hdqr for G4S is in Jupiter, FL. That's just a few miles south of the Hdqrs for Durand Jirga. Omar had ties to both.

G4S ties to CIA, Wackenhut:
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Orlando gunman worked for security firm in Jupiter


9/11 War Criminal Dick Armey protected Orlando 'Islamic Gay Terrorist' Omar Mateen's Employer From Procecution


Rep. Armey's measure would exempt airport-security firms from liability


Critics are lining up against an amendment to the landmark Homeland Security bill that would grant immunity to airport screening firms whose negligence may have contributed to the 9-11 attacks.
The amendment, introduced last summer by House Majority Leader Dick Armey, R-Texas, “has nothing to do with homeland security … and is nothing less than a special-interest gift to the airport screening companies,” said Rep. James Oberstar, D-Minn., ranking minority member on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, in a July 25 letter to colleagues urging them to reject the proposal.
Specifically, the amendment “would eliminate the provision in the Airport Security Act that insures that negligent screening companies do not benefit from the statutory liability protections in the [Act] for airlines,” Oberstar wrote.
“The conference report from [airport] security bills passed Sept. 22 and Nov. 19 specifically excluded security companies from immunity,” confirmed an assessment by the National Air Disaster Alliance and Foundation.
If the final version of the Homeland Security bill, now in the Senate, were to include that provision, Globe Aviation Services and Huntleigh USA Corp., two firms responsible for providing security at Boston’s Logan International Airport – where 10 of the Sept. 11 hijackers boarded two of four hijacked airliners armed with box cutters – could not be found negligent and liable.
Also exempted under the amendment is security firm Argenbright, responsible for security at Logan as well as Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C., and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.
Airliners from Washington and Newark were hijacked and crashed into the Pentagon and a field in western Pennsylvania, respectively. Argenbright, which has an extensive history of security violations, was fined nearly $1 million last year for hiring convicted felons, among other breaches.
“Last year, when we passed the Aviation Security Act, we expressly decided that private screening companies should not be relieved of liability,” said Oberstar. “There were good reasons for insisting that these screening companies be fully responsible for any security deficiencies that played a part in the Sept. 11 tragedies.”
Worse, critics add, all three companies are foreign owned: Argenbright is a division of Securicor PLC, of Surrey, England; Globe Aviation Services is a unit of Securitas AB, based in StockholmSweden; Huntleigh USA Corp. is a unit of ICTS International NV in the Netherlands.



Note this letter to U.S.Senators SHORTLY AFTER 9/11 names Swedish,Dutch and British companies were responsible for and protected from even civil litigation in U.S.courts however ICTS International of 'Holland' is really an Israeli government connected operation that could have been tried and easily convicted for negligent homicide at the very least for allowing flights 11 and 175 from leaving Logan and allegedly hitting and causing the WTC twin towers to fall or collapse according to official 'international' government's official story as told by BBC,CNN,Fox, CNBC,ABC,ET.AL.

SAFETY 9/11 to U.S. Senators 
National Air Disaster Alliance / Foundation
2020 Pennsylvania Ave., NW #315 - Washington DC 20006-184
(888) 444-6232 - phone - (215) 540-0623 – fax
August 28, 2002
Dear Senator:
We represent survivors and those who have lost loved ones in almost 100 aviation disasters,
including families who lost loved ones in the four plane crashes on September 11, 2001.
On July 26, 2002 on the floor of Congress under the guise of "sundry technical and clarifying
provisions," a provision was slipped in the House version of the Homeland Security bill, HR5005.
This stealth provision received no committee scrutiny and floor debate was limited to just a few
minutes. The provision was narrowly passed as part of an en bloc vote on many changes.
Disguised as a correction to the definition of an "air carrier," this stealth amendment confers
immunity upon three foreign security corporations (Swedish, Dutch & British) that were supposed
to be providing air travel security at key locations on September 11. This hidden provision directly
contradicts the explicit intent and language of the Aviation Transportation Security Act and allows
these security companies to dodge their responsibilities to the families of Americans killed and
injured on September 11, 2001.
We cannot imagine that you would knowingly vote to further harm American families already
devastated by death or injury on September 11, 2001, so we are making sure that every Senator
receives a certified, registered letter (and several other forms of notice) alerting each to the fact
that the U.S. Congress has been used to help foreign corporations at the expense of dead
No Senator should unwittingly cast a vote to protect foreign security companies at the expense of
injured and killed Americans. We are therefore giving you notice of this outrage, so your vote will
be a knowing choice.
Here is how the security companies got immunity from Congress
On September 22, 2001, the President signed legislation passed by the House and Senate,
Public Law No: 107-42 (formerly H.R. 2926), known as the Air Transportation Safety and System
Stabilization Act, containing Title IV known as the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of
In that legislation, U.S. air carriers' liability for September 11, 2001 was limited to their liability
insurance coverage. See Section 408 (a), within the attachment.
The term `air carrier' was defined as a citizen of the United States undertaking by any means,
directly or indirectly, to provide air transportation, including employees and agents of such
citizens. See Section 402 (1), within the attachment.
On November 19, 2001, additional legislation was passed which amended the September 22,
2001 legislation. See Public Law No: 107-71, also known as the "Aviation Transportation Security
Act," formerly S. 1447.
Therein, the liability relief given to air carriers was extended to aircraft manufacturers (all planes
were Boeing, a U.S. company) and airport authorities (obviously all U.S. airports), and the World
Trade Center (obviously a U.S. citizen). See Section 201, within the attachment.
The Conference Report or S. 1447 (H. Rept. 107-296) specifically considered and excludedsecurity companies from limitation on liability. See the attached Conference Substitute language.
In other words, both the House and the Senate specifically rejected in clear legislation language
any protections from liability for security companies. That clear decision not to exculpate the
security companies were directly addressed by the legislation law which clearly stated:
"...Nothing in this section shall in any way limit any liability of any person who is
engaged in the business of providing air transportation security..."
See Section 201(b)(2) and "(a)(3)" thereunder.
But, shockingly HR 5005 strikes the relevant definitions, instead giving protection from liability to
these foreign security corporations, which include:
Argenbright Security a unit of Securicor PLC, in Sutton, Surrey, England
Security at Dulles, Terminal D, where AA Flight 77 departed
Security at Newark, Terminal A, where UAL Flight 93 departed
Globe Aviation Services a unit of Securitas AB which is based in Stockholm Sweden
Security at Logan, Terminal B, where AA Flight 11 departed
Huntleigh USA Corp., a unit of ICTS International NV, in the Netherlands.
Security at Logan, Terminal D, where UAL Flight 175 departed
The information we have since 9-11 shows these security companies appear to have violated numerous
regulations, hired people with criminal records, hired illegal aliens, failed to provide required training and
supervision, failed in their responsibility to the traveling public, and left the United States of America
vulnerable to multiple criminal attacks. Yet, security was the reason they were paid to be at the airports.
Astonishingly, a "technical correction" slipped in at the last moment seeks to give these security
companies immunity from their responsibility. See Section 781, within the attachment. Here is the
shocking language in that bill:
"The term 'air carrier ' means a citizen of the United States undertaking by any means, directly or 
indirectly, to provide air transportation and includes employees and agents (including persons 
engaged in the business of providing air transportation security and their affiliates) of such citizen.
For purposes of the preceding sentence, the term 'agent ', as applied to persons engaged in the
business of providing air transportation security, shall only include persons that have contracted 
directly with the Federal Aviation Administration on or after February 17, 2002, to provide such 
security, or are not debarred."
All these security companies and their U.S. subsidiaries have continued to work at airports in America
after February 17, 2002. Thus Congress would allow a contract with the FAA to extinguish the rights of
families of the dead and the injured. Additionally, only part of Argenbright has been disbarred and only
until October, 14, 2002! The Inspector General continues to investigate. See the Department of
Transportation Press Release of October 16, 2001, within the attachment.
Clearly this amendment is against the intent of the Senate, the President, the American people and
undoubtedly most House Members as expressed in the previous legislation. This amendment shocks the
senses of Americans. Many Senators and House Members told us that those who signed the September
22 and the November 16 legislation didn't know of certain provisions therein which harmed the families of
dead Americans. We are going to make sure that never happens again.
You have to choose: protect Americans from further injury or protect foreign corporations.
So that no Senator is unaware of this shocking provision, we have sent certified, registered notices, in
order to ensure that you could make an informed choice between your obligation to American families and
protecting the finances of foreign security companies shirking their responsibilities for the shocking
security lapses which enabled the horrible attacks on 9/11. We think it's time we hold not only the security
companies responsible, but Congress responsible as well.
Gail Dunham, President
National Air Disaster Alliance/Foundation  


  • It is not possible to overstate the special relationship Wackenhut enjoys with the federal government. It is close. When it comes to security matters, Wackenhut in many respects "is" the government. In 1991, a third of the company’s $600- million in revenues came from the federal government, and another large chunk from companies that themselves work for the government, such as Westinghouse.

    Wackenhut is the largest single company supplying security to U.S. embassies overseas; several of the 13 embassies it guards have been in important hotbeds of espionage, such as Chile, Greece and El Salvador.

    It also guards nearly all the most strategic government facilities in the U.S., including the Alaskan oil pipeline, the Hanford nuclear-waste facility, the Savannah River plutonium plant and the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

    Wackenhut maintains an especially close relationship with the federal government in other ways as well.

    While early boards of directors included such prominent personalities of the political right as Captain Eddie Rickenbacker; General Mark Clark and Ralph E. Davis, a John Birch Society leader, current and recent members of the board have included much of the country’s recent national-security directorate:

    former FBI director Clarence Kelley

    former Defense secretary and former CIA deputy director Frank Carlucci

    former Defense Intelligence Agency director General Joseph Carroll

    former U.S. Secret Service director James J. Rowley

    former Marine commandant P. X. Kelley

    acting chairman of President Bush’s foreign- intelligence advisory board and former CIA deputy director Admiral Bobby Ray Inman

    Before his appointment as Reagan’s CIA director, the late William Casey was Wackenhut’s outside legal counsel.

    The company has 30,000 armed employees on its payroll. We wanted to know more about this special relationship; but the government was not forthcoming. Repeated requests to the Department of Energy for an explanation of how one company got the security contracts for nearly all of America’s most strategic installations have gone unanswered.

    Similarly, efforts to get the State Department to explain whether embassy contracts were awarded arbitrarily or through competitive bidding were fruitless; essentially, the State Department said, "Some of both."

    Wackenhut’s competitors - who, understandably, asked not to be quoted by name - have their own version.

    "All those contracts;" said one security-firm executive, "are just another way to pay Wackenhut for their clandestine help."

    And what is the nature of that help?

    "It is known throughout the industry," said retired FBI special agent William Hinshaw, "that if you want a dirty job done, call Wackenhut."
  • Florida is Bush country - More than one Bush is gay.

    Photo - Bush holding hands with fellow conspirator Saudi Bandar Bush.

    George Wackenhut is a long-time friend of George Bush Sr., and he has contributed generously to the campaigns of George Sr., George W. and especially his state's governor -- Jeb Bush. Has Wackenhut Corp helped the Bushes with other operations as well -- especially a recent biggie in Florida? excerpt ends

    Wackenhut was associated with the INSLAW / PROMIS debacle BCCI, Smuggling nuclear, chemical & Biological Iran Contra.

    Wackenhut has comically been guarding nuclear facilities including Hanford.

    The US has lost much of its nuclear inventory (W54 pits) ask Bibi & Bush about "another Pearl Harbour".
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