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By Paul Thompson

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A fascinating video relating to an important unheeded warning of the 9/11 attacks was shown on WPTV, an NBC TV station in Florida on October 7, 2002. This video has been overlooked and forgotten until now.


What did Senator Bob Graham (left) and US intelligence know about the warning from Randy Glass (right) before 9/11?

In this video, Randy Glass, a private US citizen working as an undercover agent in a government sting operation, discusses how he learned about a threat to the World Trade Center and tried to warn various officials in government before 9/11. Florida State Senator Ron Klein and US Senator Bob Graham admit being given a warning by Randy Glass in the months before 9/11. What was the warning, who else knew about it, and why wasn’t it acted upon?

Though the video doesn’t discuss it, the sting operation Glass was part of recorded agents working for Pakistan’s secret service, the ISI, say on more than one occasion before 9/11 that the World Trade Center was “coming down.”

For more information about Glass, ready the Randy Glass timeline

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