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9/11: The 28 Missing Pages

March 16, 2013

Since September 11, 2001, Washington has not succeeded in crushing public distrust of the official 9/11 story.

On Feb. 2, 2013, Philip Marshall, author of "The Big Bamboozle: 9/11 And the War on Terror", was found dead, along with his two teenage children and his dog, at his home in California.

Marshall's book documents the role of Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 attacks and how the Bush administration stood down.

Local police have called it a murder/suicide...but former National Security Agency officer Wayne Madsen, who was at the scene of the crime to investigate, says it is a black-ops assassination, not only for what Marshall reveals in his book, but for other information he was about to reveal.


In the introduction to his book, Marshall cites the fact that in the final version of the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11, the indisputable evidence about the role of Saudi intelligence was "classified" and redacted (removed). The importance of Marshall's book is that it provides evidence as to why those 28 pages must NOW be declassified.

Former US Senator Bob Graham was the co-chair of the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11. He wrote a novel called Keys to the Kingdom about a Senator who is killed while investigating 9/11. Marshall was in contact with Graham who is demanding the declassification of the 28-page document on the Saudi role in 9/11.


J.H. Hatfield, author of The Fortunate Son, reported that George W. Bush's missing year was spent in rehab. Hatfield was also found dead, allegedly by suicide, on July 18, 2001.

Journalist Gary Webb, who exposed the fact that crack cocaine was being shipped to the U.S. to fund arms for the Contras in a newspaper series entitled "Dark Alliance," allegedly committed suicide on December 10, 2004.

On Feb. 19, 2005, journalist Hunter S. Thompson allegedly committed suicide while working on an article exposing the truth about 9/11.


Bandar has been the Bush family connection to Saudi Arabia for decades. As Marshall points out, in the past two decades, the Prince "has spent time with the President's family at their Texas ranch, their Kennebunkport home, at Camp David and of course the White House. He has had visits to the Pentagon and has been flown on Air Force One."

George H.W. Bush celebrated his 80th birthday on Bandar's A-340. At one point the Vice President proclaimed that Bandar was an official member of the Bush family. His new name in Kennebunkport was announced as Bandar Bush.

In less than 48 hours after 9/11/2001, Prince Bandar and George W. Bush would be smoking cigars together on the White House balcony.

In his book State of Denial, Bob Woodward reports that when George W. Bush began planning to run for the Presidency, his father told him to visit Bandar. According to Woodward, Bush said to the Prince, "My dad told me before I make up my mind, go and talk to Bandar."

Although Marshall does not make this point, Prince Bandar became the head of Saudi Intelligence where he does the bidding of the British in arming al-Qaeda in Syria. President Barack Obama has not only covered up the Saudi role in 9/11/2001, but in the Benghazi 9/11/2012.


What Marshall presents in his book is evidence that Osama bin Laden's role in 9/11 was a false flag, to cover the fact that the funding, logistical support, planning and training of the 9/11 terrorist attack were all supplied by Saudi Arabia. Osama bin Laden was the scapegoat with no real means of carrying out the sophisticated operation.

It is well known that the Bush team effectively stood down while the attack was occurring and ignored all the advance warnings of the impending attack.

Marshall's book confirms these facts:

Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia was a close friend of the Bush family.

Bandar was Top Gun for his unit in the Royal Saudi Air Force and, of course, the two Saudi intelligence operatives in San Diego, Bayoumi and Bassnan, were associated with the Saudi Civil Aviation Authority.

Prince Bandar's wife, was the sister of Prince Turki, the then-head of Saudi intelligence. She sent money to Saudi Intelligence agent Omar al Bayoumi.

Bayoumi met with a member of the Saudi consulate in Los Angeles before going to a restaurant to meet with the two first hijackers - Khalid al-Mihdhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi. He invited them to San Diego.

Bayoumi worked for the Saudi Civil Aviation Authority. The two hijackers lived for a time in the home of a longtime FBI informant, whom the Joint Inquiry was prevented from interviewing. In fact, the FBI refused to serve the informant a committee subpoena.

Marshall's book points out that the 9/11 Commission never sought the expertise of a civil aviation expert. "The flight profiles revealed that a tailored operating procedure was used to fly directly to predetermined targets, followed by a series of advanced hand-flown maneuvers that included rapid descents, steep turns and coordinated roll-outs." None of this could have been done without "critical inside help from aviation and tactical experts."

As a twenty-year Boeing pilot and captain, Marshall writes that he would be "challenged to duplicate this performance without several practice flights." The pilots could not have done this on the basis of the training they received in single-engine airplanes. Their flight instructors all said in early 2001 that none of the pilots was competent to fly Boeing airliners.

Marshall concludes that the 9/11 pilots received advanced training in the final phase from Saudi instructors.

Washington's Dark History Of Double-Crossing

Washington is cold-blooded in its mad pursuit of hegemony in the Middle East. In the late 1970s, Washington threw the Shah of Iran under the bus. Instead of letting the Iranian people decide their own political fate, Washington destabilized the Shah's regime while covertly supporting his successor, Ayatollah Khomeini.

Did Washington throw Prince Bandar under the bus too? He hasn't been seen in a long time.

Historian Webster G. Tarpley reveals that Prince Bandar has moved Saudi Arabia closer to nuclear Pakistan and China, and away from the United States because of its “color revolution” policy. Tarpley says that the prince was wise to Washington’s plot against the Saudi royal regime and sought a future in which Washington was no longer Saudi Arabia’s superpower patron.

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, who have been totally dominated by the US (bombed in the case of Pakistan) "are trying to make a jailbreak.”

An alliance between Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, China, and Russia would signal the end of U.S.-British dominance in the Middle East. Washington would essentially be checkmated had Prince Bandar succeeded in disconnecting Saudi Arabia from Washington’s iron grip. This bold move would’ve marked the start of a whole new ball game in world politics.


The coverup of 9/11 is well documented by Marshall and resembles the coverup of the Kennedy assassination by the Warren Commission. Just as Allen Dulles was appointed to the Warren Commission to control it, similar appointments were made to obstruct the investigation of both the 9/11 Commission and the Joint Congressional Inquiry.

The person appointed as Executive Director of the 9/11 Commission was Philip Zelikow, a former member of the National Security Council for Bush Sr.

Zelikow was the author of the policy paper that the White House used to justify a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq. Evidence against Bandar was hidden in the final report because Zelikow argued that it was not conclusive.

Marshall argues that the 9/11 false flag operation covers up the Saudi involvement and the true intention of the plotters of 9/11. Marshall also argues that key to selling the 9/11 official story to the public is the torture-induced confession of Khalid Shaykh Mohammad, the so-called mastermind of 9/11.

Obama, along with John Brennan, has continued the Bush policy of covering up the Saudi involvement in 9/11 by refusing to declassify the Joint Congressional Inquiry 28-page chapter on Saudi involvement in 9/11, which he promised the families of 9/11 victims he would do. He lied. Again.

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