Blowback, 9/11, and Cover-Ups

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Silverpeak Enterprises, May 10, 2005 - Corruption
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Blowback, 9/11, and Cover-ups, is a detailed and documented description of behind-the-scene misconduct that caused the conditions to exist that enabled terrorists to hijack four airliners on September 11, 2001. The author, Rodney Stich, held a key air safety position with the Federal Aviation Administration, and was given the assignment to correct the conditions responsible for the worst series of airline disasters in the nation's history. In this position, he discovered the culture and misconduct that enabled decades of preventable airline disasters to occur. His heroic attempts to expose this deadly misconduct is described in the pages, including the cover-ups, the retaliation seeking to silence him, and the deadly consequences. Stich had appeared on over 3,000 radio and television shows since 1978, seeking to inform the people of the endemic misconduct in the three branches of government, seeking to motivate some to show some degree of outrage which could have changed the culture and to have changed the conditions that led to many airline disasters, including those of 9/11.

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