Thankfully, the Rocky Mountain News story on "Kurt Sonnenfeld" is soon going supernova. If you recall, I was quick to post my thoughts about Kurt, and especially maddened to learn ths story was virtually buried in the National News. Back in 2002, a couple of folks here were equally impressed with the possible implications of Kurt's story in the connecting the dots on 9/11.
Unfortunately, it hasn't been a bed of roses for anyone. Least of all the berieved.
My first response was one of anger and somewhat self-motivated. Like it or not , I had felt this dude was out to kill Me for the better part of four years. I first met Kurt and his 'partner' upon returning to Denver, After the WTC 'FBI-shut-down,' in 1987. My lack of accuracy with certain dates at that point stems from a recent divorce, ownership of this place on Lincoln St., and family concerns in Woodstock. Through the infamous Parker family I could access nearly any show in the City, and I had two places to crash when I got the WTC gig. And, after NY, I returned to Denver and on to LA and Brisbane. Since FEMA was the first on the scene, (ahhhem,) I certainly couldn't have presumed otherwise. It was a case of 'good cop, bad cop.' And Kurt was/is certainly the more 'lamb-like.' Like the biggest kid in the class, he didn't have to take to confrontation to make a point, the opposite character from Jim Chestnutt, or Mr. up-tight. We saw him on TV, a true spokesman for the NWO, a big-eyed bald-faced liar.
Anyway, it's not about 'vetting' my story any longer, although I thank Michael Ruppert for the kind advice! It's been subjected to the real world, where I was proven right on several points, like the dubious existance of Two sets of plans. Need I mention the fine work of NIST?
Kurt's life is in serious danger, and it's up to the entire 9/11 community to come to his aid. With that in mind, perhaps we can prevent Giuliani from becomming the next pResident. We can stop Bill Ritter from pulling a Eliott Spitzer. And put the heat to the entire Congress.