Of Goats and Men
February 20, 2010
|L-3 is included among corporations which were investigated by the SEC for unusual stock put-options in relation to 9/11.|
The client list from the software programmer believed to have crashed his plane into the Echelon* building in Austin Texas reads like a guidebook to defence contractors with connections to 9/11, NSA and Homeland Security.
The FBI had his webpage removed (the screen message previously said that the FBI had it removed) from the internet, but of course the client list from the webpage has been archived and has corporations on it such as Interstate Electronics Corporation, which needed Mr. Stack’s help on developing a GPS-based Fight Management System of all things. IEC is a wholly owned subsidiary of L-3 which is a defence contractor with obvious Homeland Security and NSA connections. There is also this report from Wayne Madsen on Oped News of an L-3 consultant to the NSA who had watched a live feed of the first 9/11 plane impact as it happened. L-3 is included among corporations which were investigated by the SEC for unusual stock put-options in relation to 9/11.
Cylink Corporation, another on Mr. Stack’s client list had as it’s Chief Executive Officer, William P. Crowell who “came to Cylink from the National Security Agency, where he held a series of senior positions, including Deputy Director of Operations and the Deputy Director of the Agency. From 1989 to 1990, Crowell served as a vice president at Atlantic Aerospace Electronics Corporation, now a subsidiary of Titan Systems, leading business development in space technology, signal processing and intelligence systems.”
Hughes Aircraft, one of Stack’s clients developed the ground mission control segment of the Global Hawk, and L3 supplied its communications system.
Other clients on the list such as DMC Stratex Networks and Sorrento Electronics also are defence contractors and probably a closer examination of these and other corporations on Stack’s client list will reveal more interesting details.
*Note: the name echelon itself refers to a “signals intelligence (SIGINT) collection and analysis network.”
This article was posted: Saturday, February 20, 2010 at 10:58 am