The 9/11 Zionist Kerik Pardoned by Trump
August 26. New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik leaves for a four-day trip to Israel, where he is to meet government officials to discuss terrorism. The trip has been approved by Mayor Giuliani, with New York taxpayers picking up the tab.
August 29. In Jerusalem, Bernard Kerik assures Israeli leaders that the NYPD is "on top of" all potential terrorist threats. See September 16, 2001 and November 8, 2007 for more on Kerik.
September 16. Osama bin Laden denies responsibility for the attacks, but according to Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, the passport of "hijacker" Satam al Suqami has been discovered several blocks from the WTC crash site. Kerik's claim is not credible since, given the physical characteristics such as mass, cross-section and drag coefficient of a passport, even if it had survived the fireball, flying over rooftops for several blocks would be in contravention of the laws of aerodynamics. In another attempt, the passport is said to have been found "in the vicinity of Vesey Street", to the north of the Twin Towers. Unfortunately, the scriptwriter forgot that Suqami was supposed to be on Flight 11, said to have approached from the north. The "Bukharis drove the rented Nissan Altima to Portland" story has evolved into "Mohamed Atta and Abdul Alomari drove the rented Nissan Altima to Portland", which necessitated abandoning the previous claim of "Atta rented the Mitsubishi found at Logan" since that would make even less sense. However, the "Abdul Alomari hijacker" was originally Abdul Rahman Alomari, a pilot, friend and neighbor of Adnan Bukhari. When Alomari was found to be alive, as was Adnan Bukhari, the hijacker was said to be Abdulaziz Alomari. Problem is, he is alive too. And he's a non-pilot.
November 8. Bernard Kerik - who announced Sunday September 16, 2001, that a hijacker's passport had been "discovered" - is indicted on 16 counts including lying, conspiracy, fraud, and taking and failing to report a $250,000 loan that originated with Israeli billionaire industrialist Eitan Wertheimer, with Brooklyn marble and stone merchant Shimon Cohen serving as intermediary in the transaction. Kerik and Wertheimer spent time together during Kerik's trip to Israel at the end of August 2001. The Wertheimer family’s vast holdings include companies with United States Defense Department contracts.