The Computer Crimes of 9/11: How Critical U.S. Airport Computers Were Compromised with Israeli Spyware | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


The Computer Crimes of 9/11: How Critical U.S. Airport Computers Were Compromised with Israeli Spyware

Israeli Transtech Control "Airfield Management" software provided by a senior Israeli spymaster was running on the computer systems of many of the airports and U.S. Air Force bases involved in the events of 9/11.

"The deathly precision" and "magnitude of planning" behind the 9-11 attacks would have needed "years of planning." Such a sophisticated operation would require the "fixed frame" of a state intelligence organization, something not found in a "loose group" of terrorists like the one allegedly led by Mohammed Atta while he studied in Hamburg.
- Eckart Werthebach, former president of German intelligence service to Christopher Bollyn, December 2001

"It's really a big breakthrough to have a company from Israel controlling so many airports."
- Simcha Ohrenstein of Transtech Control Ltd., "Israeli firm keeps airports safe," Jerusalem Post, June 18, 2004

"Trojan horse espionage is part of the way of life of companies in Israel. It’s a culture of spying."
- "Israeli Trojan Horse," CounterPunch, September 27, 2008

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