Today we recognize that 16 years ago a handful of whacked out turds flew planes into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania….the worse case of terrorism to ever hit the shores of America.
This is an op-ed written for the Washington Times……a look at what has become of the society since that fateful day…..(I do not totally agree with some of their assumptions but a pretty good piece all around)…….
The approach of an anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 always concentrates my mind. It was, astonishingly, 16 Septembers ago that a team of foreign terrorists hijacked three American passenger planes and used them as weapons of mass destruction. Can anyone forget the images of people leaping to their deaths to avoid being consumed by fire and smoke, the twin towers collapsing, the ashes rising, children struggling to come to terms with the fact…
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On November 18, 2012, it took more than an hour for dispatchers to send the police to the home of 44-year old Loretta Barela. One of Loretta’s neighbors called 911 reporting that she saw Loretta shirtless and being hit by a man who was dragging her across the street. About 45 minutes later, the neighbor called again because the police had not arrived. Police knocked on the door and not getting an answer, left.
It was not until about six hours later when Loretta’s husband, Christopher Perea, called the police saying that he killed his wife, that police arrived and found Loretta’s body. Her family has now filed a lawsuit alleging “a pattern of inadequate 911 dispatching.” The lawsuit names the city of Denver, four 911 employees and two officers. One dispatcher resigned pending further discipline in the case. Read the rest of this entry
On February 21, 2014, Maria Montanez-Colon of Punta Gorda, Florida called 911. “There’s no emergency; I need to ask you a question.”
Colon, 58, asked a question about a Corvette. Police responded to her home and said it was clear that she had been drinking.
Her questions became more inappropriate. Police say that Montanez-Colon indicated she wanted to have sex with the responding officer, grabbing his arm and rubbing his chest. Read the rest of this entry
On March 27, 2012, ABC News affiliates reported that 17 yr. old Trayvon Martin called 911 seconds before he was shot to death by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida. The news report stated that the 911 recording captured George Zimmerman’s voice in the background, and that the FBI is enhancing the audio of the 911 call to determine what Zimmerman is saying to Trayvon. Later, that published report was removed from the internet – but not before someone saved it.
People have wondered if it’s true that Trayvon called 911 while he struggled to get away from George Zimmerman’s grip seconds before Zimmerman fired a hollow point bullet into Trayvon’s heart.
Later, the ABC affiliate said that the reporter misspoke, and that the 911 audio he was alluding to was a 911 call made by an ear-witness in the gated community where Trayvon was shot and killed by George Zimmerman, (GZ). Hence, we now know that the 911 call where GZ is heard speaking to Trayvon in the background is a call made by a resident/witness. Those are witnesses number 11 and Jeremy, witness 20.
Emphasis: There was an effort to identify the voice of the person screaming for help. THIS ENHANCEMENT IS NOT TO DETERMINE THAT VOICE. It’s to determine the words spoken by George Zimmerman to Trayvon Martin.
Listening to the audio of that call is like listening to a 4-piece band all playing different songs. There is the 911 operator; the woman on the phone with the 911 operator; the husband telling his wife to tell 911 to hurry up; and the screams of pain and help in the background. Each voice is playing a different song. After figuring out what song each instrument is playing and listening to the audio again, you find that there is a 5th instrument.
No wonder the public did not notice this previously! Other than GZ’s non-emergency call reporting a suspicious person, the public had not heard his voice. GZ has since made sure that the public knows his voice – from his first bond hearing; to his jailhouse phone recordings; to his interview with Sean Hannity; to his website; his has made his voice known.
In the background of the 911 call of Witness 11, the instrument is now identified as that of George Zimmerman. He is not screaming. He is talking. His words are difficult to make-out with the exception of one word that he almost shouts. That word is “fuck.” Could this be what Mark Osterman was actually referring to in his Fox interview when saying that the FBI confirmed, “by a 90 to 95% match,” that the voice captured on a 911 call during the altercation is Zimmerman’s?
Just as GZ has appropriated Trayvon’s cries for help to himself, he appropriated his words to Trayvon, making it reasonable to believe that it was GZ who cupped his hands over Trayvon’s mouth while saying, “Shut the fuck up.” That in fact, GZ does a Freudian slip during his re-enactment when stating, regarding Trayvon, “… he put his hand on his nose, no on my nose …” (At 9 minutes 20 seconds of the 12 minute, 27 second re-enactment video.)
George Zimmerman’s voice is captured in the background of the 911 call at 7:16:48-49. Also keep in mind that the audio released to the public redacts the caller’s personal information as the agonizing screams for help are heard in the background. George Zimmerman’s voice might also be heard during those redacted moments.
The State Prosecutors know the evidence they have to convict GZ. Make no mistake about it. Let the immunity hearing begin!
The 911 call of witness number 11:
All audio recordings of witness statements are on manybuddies’ Youtube Channel.
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