Friday, November 4, 2016

Donald Trump: 9/11.WTC 7 site brainchild of Bill Diamond:Sam Caspersen,Andrew Caspersen,Harvard Law School,Blackstone Capital,Donald Trump,Rudy Giuliani

Donald Trump:9/11.WTC 7 site brainchild of Bill Diamond:Sam Caspersen,Andrew Caspersen,Harvard Law School,Blackstone Capital,Rudy Giuliani,Donald Trump

Bill Diamond - The American Israel Public Affairs Committee ...
William J. Diamond ... reported recently on Zionist pharmaceuticals tycoon Stewart Rahr's expressed interest, dating back to 2011, in running Donald Trump as a… ... Bill Diamond's 'Palm Beachers for Trump' committee foresees victory in Florida .... Giuliani weighs in for pal Bill Diamond in big-spending Palm Beach race.

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Mar 10, 2016 - Former Town Councilman Bill Diamond is leading the charge on the island to help part-time Palm Beacher Donald Trump win Florida in ...

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Mar 18, 2016 - Bill Diamond, a real estate investor who has known Trump for 40 years, .... Donald Trump, fingering his belt buckle, is photographed with ...

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Apr 17, 2011 - But after Donald Trump spoke at a South Florida Tea Party rally on Saturday, ... 10,7:30pm ... As owner of a condo in Palm Beach Towers, he used his unseemly relationship with town councilman Bill Diamond to hold up ...

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3 days ago - What links Jeffrey Epstein to 9 11 and to Mossad? .... Les Wexner, former British Cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, and Bill Clinton aide Doug Band. ... records of ongoing investigations into financial crimes were destroyed when Tower 7 collapsed.TrumpDiamond, Sater, Maxwell, the Mossad, and Florida.

Sam Caspersen,well connected Wall Street insider and father of recently convicted hedge fund con artist Andrew  Caspersen was part of W Bush-Dick Cherney 9/11 Commision farce.Andrew financial scams have connection to Blackstone Capital as does he.

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Andrew Caspersen Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Bilking ...

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A federal judge sentenced Andrew Caspersen to four years in prison ... had been a managing principal at buyout giant Blackstone Group's Park ...

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Andrew Caspersen, the disgraced scion of a wealthy Wall Street family, was ... family members and a large hedge fund foundation in a Ponzi-like scheme. ... 2016, on page B3 of the New York edition with the headline: Wall St.

9/11:The 7 WTC site was the brainchild of Bill Diamond

Giuliani and the Bunker, Re-examined - The New York Times

May 15, 2007 - That center, commonly known as the bunker, was in 7 World Trade Center, which collapsed after the Sept. ... His exit out of the building was blocked and he was in danger. .... Rudy Giuliani couldn't even handle NYC during the 9/11 disaster. He was ... How would you like to be told how to think, Diamond?
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The 7 WTC site was the brainchild of Bill Diamond, a prominent Manhattan Republican that Giuliani had installed at the city agency handling rentals. When Diamond held a similar post in the Reagan administration a few years earlier, his office had selected the same building to house nine federal agencies. Diamond's GOP-wired broker steered Hauer to the building, which was owned by a major Giuliani donor and fundraiser. When Hauer signed onto it, he was locked in by the limitations Giuliani had imposed on the search and the sites Diamond offered him. The mayor was so personally focused on the siting and construction of the bunker that the city administrator who oversaw it testified in a subsequent lawsuit that "very senior officials," specifically including Giuliani, "were involved," which he said was a major difference between this and other projects. Giuliani's office had a humidor for cigars and mementos from City Hall, including a fire horn, police hats and fire hats, as well as monogrammed towels in his bathroom. His suite was bulletproofed and he visited it often, even on weekends, bringing his girlfriend Judi Nathan there long before the relationship surfaced. He had his own elevator. Great concern was expressed in writing that the platform in the press room had to be high enough to make sure his head was above the cameras. It's inconceivable that the hands-on mayor's fantasy command center was shaped—or sited—by anyone other than him.  

Of course, the consequences of putting the center there were predictable. The terrorist who engineered the 1993 bombing told the FBI they were coming back to the trade center. Opposing the site at a meeting with the mayor, Police Commissioner Howard Safir called it "Ground Zero" because of the earlier attack. Lou Anemone, the highest-ranking uniformed officer in the NYPD, wrote memos slamming the site. "I've never seen in my life 'walking distance' as some kind of a standard for crisis management," Anemone said later. "But you don't want to confuse Giuliani with the facts." Anemone had done a detailed vulnerability study of the city for Giuliani, pinpointing terrorist targets. "In terms of targets, the WTC was number one," he says. "I guess you had to be there in 1993 to know how strongly we felt it was the wrong place."

Bizarrely, Giuliani even tried in the Wallace interview to deny that the early evacuation of the bunker left him searching for a new site, contrary to the account of that frantic morning he's given hundreds of times, often for honoraria reaching six figures. "The way you're interpreting it," he told Wallace, "it was as if that was the one fixed command center. It was not. There were backup command centers." To minimize the effect of the loss of the bunker, Giuliani said that, "within a half hour" of the shutdown of the bunker, "we were able to move immediately to another command center."
In fact, as Giuliani himself has told the dramatic tale, he and his entourage were briefly trapped in a Merrill Lynch office, "jimmied the lock" of a firehouse, and took over a deluxe hotel until they realized it was "sheathed in windows." They considered going to City Hall, but learned it was covered in debris. The only backup center that existed was the small one at police headquarters that had been put out of business when the WTC bunker opened; but Giuliani said its phones weren't working. "We're going to have to find someplace," Giuliani said, according to his Time account, which described it as a "long and harrowing" search. "Our government no longer had a place to work," he wrote in Leadership.

They wound up at the police academy uptown and, according to the account Giuliani and company gave Time, "we are up and operating by 4 p.m."—seven hours, not a half-hour, after the attack. But Giuliani told the 9/11 Commission that they quickly decided the academy "was too small" and "were able to establish a command center" at Pier 92 "within three days," virtually building it from scratch. Hauer said he'd asked for a backup command center years before 9/11, "but they told me there was no money for it." After Hauer left, and shortly before 9/11, the city announced plans to build a backup center near police headquarters—a site quickly jettisoned by the Bloomberg administration. Police officials told reporters that they were looking for space outside Manhattan and underground, citing the lessons of 9/11.


Trump, Diamond, Sater, Maxwell, the Mossad, and the Florida Overlords

The Palm Beach Post’s George Bennett offered these tidbits in a 2011 article:
“I think it’s important that he get in the race. We need as many good Republicans as we can get,” said Diamond, who said he’s known Donald Trump‘s family for 50 years.
In Florida presidential politics, Diamond is best known as a Rudy Giuliani guy. He served in former New York Mayor Giuliani’s administration as commissioner of administrative services from 1994 to 2001. Giuliani officiated in 1996 when Diamond married Regine Traulsen at Gracie Mansion. And Diamond was one of Giuliani’s key Florida financiers during Giuliani’s unsuccessful 2008 GOP presidential bid.
Diamond Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani with patron William J. Diamond
Bloomberg’s Bill Allison brings readers up-to-date on Diamond’s more recent doings:
Bill Diamond, a real estate investor who has known Trump for 40 years, initially backed Rubio [for the 2016 Republican Party nomination], but switched his allegiance to Trump, he said, in the hopes of unifying the party behind a strong candidate. Diamond, a bundler for Senator John McCain’s 2008 campaign, said he’d do the same for Trump. “I’d like to help him any way I can, if he asks,” he said.
“Like Giuliani, Diamond is a New York transplant,” noted Alana Horowitz in a 2010piece for The Village Voice.
Diamond Trump Hat
Diamond, determined to make America great again, dons the baseball cap of destiny.
He was one of Giuliani’s top Republican appointees and ran the city’s Department of Citywide Administrative Services, the agency that oversees city assets and contracts. […] 
Diamond is best known for, as head of DCAS, his instrumental role in helping the then-mayor secure his infamous $61 million dollar command center at 7 WTC. When the site was destroyed on 9/11, the city’s emergency operations were left without a headquarters to help mobilize a response and Giuliani did nothing but blame an aide for the mistake. Diamond again helped out his friend by giving $4,400 to Giuliani’s 2008 failed presidential run. He offered another $2,100, but federal contribution limits forced the campaign to return to donation.

2. 'I don't think there was anyplace in the country, including the federal government, that was as well prepared for that attack as New York City was in 2001.' This assertion flies in the face of all three studies of the city's response—the 9/11 Commission, the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST), and McKinsey & Co., the consulting firm hired by the Bloomberg administration.
Actually, Giuliani didn't create the OEM until three years after the 1993 bombing, 27 months into his term. And he didn't open the OEM's new emergency command center until the end of 1999—nearly six years after he'd taken office. If he "assumed from the moment I came into office that NYC would be the subject of a terrorist attack," as he toldTime when it made him "Person of the Year" in 2001, he sure took a long time to erect what he describes as the city's front line of defense.
The OEM was established so long after the bombing because, contrary to Giuliani's revisionism, the decision to create it had nothing to do with the bombing. Several memos, unearthed from the Giuliani archive and going on at great length, reveal that the initial rationale for the agency was "non-law enforcement events," particularly the handling of a Brooklyn water-main break shortly after he took office that the mayor thought had been botched. Before that, in December 1994, when an unemployed computer programmer carried a bomb onto a subway in an extortion plot against the Transit Authority, Giuliani was upset that he couldn't even get a count of patients from the responding services for his press conference.

Jerry Hauer, who was handpicked by Giuliani to head the OEM, testified before the 9/11 Commission that Giuliani was "unable to get the full story" at the firebombing and "heard about the huge street collapse" that followed the water-main break "on TV," adding: "That's what led the mayor to set up OEM." Hauer went through five interviews for the job, and the only time terrorism came up was when Giuliani briefly discussed the failed sarin-gas drill. He even met with Giuliani's wife, Donna Hanover; no one said a word about the 1993 bombing. Hauer's own memos at the time the OEM was launched in 1996 emphasize "the visibility of the mayor" during emergencies (rather than the police commissioner) as a major objective of the agency. The now- ballyhooed new office was, however, so underfunded from the start that Hauer could only hire staffers whose salaries would be paid for by other agencies like the NYPD.
With that kind of history, it's hardly surprising that the OEM was anything but "invaluable" on 9/11. Sam Caspersen, one of the principal authors of the 9/11 Commission's chapter on the city's response, says that "nothing was happening at OEM" during the 102 minutes of the attack that had any direct impact on the city's "rescue/evacuation operation." A commission staff statement found that, even prior to the evacuation of the OEM command center at 7 World Trade an hour after the first plane hit, the agency "did not play an integral role" in the response. Despite Giuliani's claim today that he and the OEM were "constantly planning for different kinds" of attacks, none of the OEM exercises replicated the 1993 bombing. No drill occurred at the World Trade Center, and none involved the response to a high-rise fire anywhere. In fact, the OEM had no high-rise plan—its emergency-management trainers weren't even assigned to prepare for the one attack that had already occurred, and the one most likely to recur. Kevin Culley, a Fire Department captain who worked as a field responder at OEM, said the agency had "plans for minor emergencies," but he couldn't recall "anybody anticipating another attack like the '93 bombing."  

Instead of being the best-prepared city, New York's lack of unified command, as well as the breakdown of communications between the police and fire departments, fell far short of the efforts at the Pentagon that day, as later established by the 9/11 Commission and NIST reports. When the 280,000-member International Association of Fire Fighters recently released a powerful video assailing Giuliani for sticking firefighters with the same radios that "we knew didn't work" in the 1993 attack, the presidential campaign attacked the union. "This is an organization that supported John Kerry for president in 2004," Giuliani aide Tony Carbonetti said. "So it's no shock that they're out there going after a credible Republican." While the IAFF did endorse Kerry, the Uniformed Firefighters of Greater New York, whose president starred in the video, endorsed Bush. Its former president, Tom Von Essen—currently a member of Giuliani Partners—was the fire commissioner on 9/11 precisely because the union had played such a pivotal role in initially electing Giuliani.
The IAFF video reports that 121 firefighters in the north tower didn't get out because they didn't hear evacuation orders, rejecting Giuliani's claim before the 9/11 Commission that the firefighters heard the orders and heroically decided to "stand their ground" and rescue civilians. Having abandoned that 2004 contention, the Giuliani campaign is now trying to blame the deadly communications lapse on the repeaters, which were installed to boost radio signals in the towers. But the commission concluded that the "technical failure of FDNY radios" was "a contributing factor," though "not the primary cause," of the "many firefighter fatalities in the North Tower." The commission compared "the strength" of the NYPD and FDNY radios and said that the weaknesses of the FDNY radios "worked against successful communication."
The commission report also found that "it's impossible to know what difference it made that units in the North Tower weren't using the repeater channel," because no one knows if it "remained operational" after the collapse of the south tower, which fell on the trade-center facilities where the repeater and its console were located. The collapse also drove everyone out of the north tower lobby, leaving no one to operate the repeater console. In addition, the commission concluded that fire chiefs failed to turn on the repeater correctly that morning—another indication of the lack of training and drills at the WTC between the attacks. In the end, firefighters had to rely exclusively on their radios, and the inability of the Giuliani administration to find a replacement for the radios that malfunctioned in 1993 left them unable to talk to each other, even about getting out of a tower on the verge of collapse.

The mayor had also done nothing to make the radios interoperable—which would have enabled the police and firefighters to communicate across departmental lines—despite having received a 1995 federal waiver granting the city the additional radio frequencies to make that possible. That meant the fire chiefs had no idea that police helicopters had anticipated the partial collapse of both towers long before they fell.

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