Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Was the New York Times Guilty of Obstructing Access to its 9/11 Record?

Peter Duveen preserved a hard-copy archive of the New York Times and the New York Post from September 11th, 2001 and onward. He has located five articles from the Times, and three from the Post, which have somehow become so little known and linked to online, that a case for suppression could be made. The ability to purge the electronic archives of the "newspaper of record," as well as the best-selling tabloid, just a few years after a major news event, to the point of something being so little known as to become extinct, is shocking. It isn't any wonder why these articles were suppressed. Each contains information fundamentally at odds with the consensus official narrative. Much of the information printed in those first furious moments of chaos as contained in these 10 or so newspaper articles is most likely, the real truth.

After putting in their titles, all five pieces from the New York Times now pop up as first choice on Google, but how long that has been the case is difficult to determine. For me, one article in particular was a revelation, it was the first of many by the Times' avionics expert Matthew Wald, filed on September 13th, and it is filled with much fresh research harmful to the official story, but almost completely unknown as a cross reference or citation in 9/11 research. Easy to mislay a Wald piece isn't hard to imagine given the amount of work Wald turned out, and that would be with the connivance of the highest levels of management at the New York Times.

In any event---they are here now. I've organized this page to make a important point about the header method system the New York Times' used in posting these stories to electronic archives, perhaps as a way to defeat Google searches.

First, there sometimes comes a header file, AFTER THE ATTACKS: and into that sometimes, but not always, goes a second containing or organizing file, as here, MONITORING THE FLIGHTS; and lastly the title of the actual article dangles abbreviated. I have always had terrific luck finding pieces in search engines by putting in an exact title in quotation marks.

The Times' organizing system was part of the process to hide and obfuscate this important information. Although this system might have worked graphically in the paper editions, here online it is evidence of corruption, IMHO.


AFTER THE ATTACKS: MONITORING THE FLIGHTS; Controllers Say Flow of ...- Dec 28 By MATTHEW L. WALD. Published: September 13, 2001. The controllers assigned to United Airlines Flight 175 on Tuesday suspected that it had been hijacked as ...
query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9E03EEDF1038F930A2575AC0A9679C8B63 - 37k - Cached - Similar pages -

A NATION CHALLENGED: THE SKYSCRAPERS; Engineers Say Buildings Near ... - Dec 28 By ERIC LIPTON AND JAMES GLANZ. Published: September 20, 2001. Though buildings near the World Trade Center show evidence of damage like blown-out windows ...
query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A02E5DA103BF933A1575AC0A9679C8B63 - 42k - Cached - Similar pages -

Defending Skyscrapers Against Terror - New York Times- 7:51am
Defending Skyscrapers Against Terror
. E-MAIL. Print · Single-Page. Reprints; Save. By KENNETH CHANG. Published: September 18, 2001 ...
query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F03E1DF143BF93BA2575AC0A9679C8B63 - 36k - Cached - Similar pages -

A NATION CHALLENGED; Dust Is a Problem, but the Risk Seems Small ...
Sep 18, 2001 ... A NATION CHALLENGED; Dust Is a Problem, but the Risk Seems Small. E-MAIL. Print · Single-Page. Reprints; Save. By ANDREW C. REVKIN ...
query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A05EEDF143BF93BA2575AC0A9679C8B63 - 41k - Cached - Similar pages -

AFTER THE ATTACKS: AFTERSHOCKS; As Remnants Collapse, Workers Run ...
AFTER THE ATTACKS: AFTERSHOCKS; As Remnants Collapse, Workers Run For Cover. E- MAIL. Print · Single-Page. Reprints; Save. By JENNIFER STEINHAUER ...
query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9501E4DE1038F930A2575AC0A9679C8B63 - 36k - Cached - Similar pages -




"In Phone Calls From Airplane, Passengers Said They Were Trying to Thwart Hijackers"
(The New York Times by Jodi Wilgoren and Edward Wong


The New York Times

3 comments:

Peter Duveen said...

Steven, i believe it is only one column by novak, not two.

Peter Duveen said...

Steven, i believe it is only one column by novak, not two.

stevenwarran said...

Thanks Peter. I've rewritten the blog and corrected my error.