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A Personal Reflection from a 9/11 Whistleblower:
Indira Singh

November 9, 2004 0800 PDT (FTW) - I guess a lot of people are trying to come to terms with what the election result means for them. I was hoping at the very least, given even a worst case scenario regarding Kerry, that his victory would have meant the shape of our national nightmare had changed; we'd have about 3 months breathing room at the very least.

For me, the protections that might have been in place prior to this election are gone. Prior to today, Bush couldn't really claim the American people had a given him a mandate to do whatever he pleased. Today he has such a mandate. Among those who voted for him, many were threatened by my blowing the whistle on the FBI's coverup of 9/11, specifically the case of Ptech [the PROMIS-derived software which ran interoperability between FAA and NORAD, and which proved to have financial connections to "Al Qaeda" personnel. -Editor]. Wouldn't they also assume they have a mandate to do whatever they please and be able to get away with it?

Currently, anyone taking on the Bush administration's complicity in 9/11 is treading on seriously dangerous grounds. Any redemption that I might have gained from a change in Administration, a change in people taking a chance to hire me, has gone. Secret grand juries are as dangerous a concept as secret trials.

Therefore I am seriously making plans to leave the country. I became a citizen of the United States of America, not some Saudi or Nazi version thereof.

For me, this is real. I hold real data implicating the Bush Administration in the events of 9/11. For me to do something with it, I have to leave, if only to be able to breathe.

Indira Singh

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