SFC Buswell, "The 9/11 NCO," Speaks Out
By Captain Eric H. May
CRAWFORD -- May 13. Sergeant First Class Donald Buswell, the war hero who risked his career by challenging the official 9/11 story two years ago, at last speaks out in an interview published today by The Lone Star Iconoclast. Known to the 9/11 Truth Movement as "The 9/11 NCO," Buswell gives the inside details of his confrontation with the U.S. Army, in which he became a recruiting poster of sorts for 9/11 Truth, even while he was being accused of "disloyalty" by military investigators who wanted to put him on trial.
Stephen C. Webster, who broke the original Buswell story in The Iconoclast in the summer of 2006, has clearly developed a rapport with the self-described "average guy" military intelligence soldier whose training led him to question the very institutions he had loyally served for decades. In Webster's interview with him, Buswell emerges as the archetype of an American G.I. -- an ordinary man made heroic by extraordinary demands.
Webster ends his interview with Buswell with a tantalizing promise to explore details of Buswell's involvement in a 2006 Internet effort to expose a possible false flag operation by Bush administration operatives at Southeast Texas oil giant Exxon Mobil. A week after Buswell disclosed suspicious documents about a possible "terror incident" at Exxon Mobil's headquarters in Beaumont, Texas, he was nearly killed by a freak pulmonary embolism in what some insiders called a botched assassination attempt. A month later Exxon Mobil's refinery in Baytown, Texas exploded on July 2, sending per barrel oil prices to all-time highs. Buswell and his Internet associates and been warning for weeks of such a Southeast Texas event on or around July 1. They got the target right on and missed the time by only 24 hours. The Iconoclast has since called for an investigation of suspicious Houston-area explosions that regularly resolved in record profits for Big Oil.
Buswell, Webster and The Iconoclast are a terrific trio who are defining the forward edge of the battle area for the 9/11 Truth Movement. Thankfully, they spend as much time trying to avert "the next 9/11" as they do looking back to the last 9/11. We should all hope that the story of their efforts spreads far and wide, and that Truth Movement leaders and members will emulate them.
Free At Last -- Army Intelligence Analyst Buswell, "The 9/11 NCO," Speaks Out