"Rabbi" Chertoff - The Angel of Death?
Interesting article written by a true patriot Christopher Bollyn.
Michael Chertoff, the head of the criminal division of the Department of Justice, oversaw the FBI investigation of 9/11 and collection of evidence.
Because it was Chertoff’s responsibility to oversee the gathering of the evidence from the crime scenes of 9/11, I first turned to him to ask if he had authorized the destruction of the steel. Chertoff wrote back saying, “No.” Asked if he knew who had, Chertoff said, “No idea.” If the criminal destruction of the evidence from the World Trade Center were to be prosecuted as it should be, Chertoff should be charged with criminal negligence because it was his official duty to oversee the proper collection and protection of evidence to prosecute those behind 9/11.
Chertoff's abdication of his responsibility and the failure of the FBI to protect the steel evidence allowed officials of New York City to oversee the removal and disposal of evidence from the crime scene. As head of the criminal division of the Department of Justice, Chertoff had authority over the FBI investigation. Under the guise of the “clean-up” of the rubble, Chertoff allowed the control of the crucial steel evidence to devolve upon an agency of the city of New York headed by an official appointed by Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Richard J. Sheirer, then commissioner of Giuliani's Office of Emergency Management (OEM), was the local official who was given complete authority over the “clean-up” at the World Trade Center. As New Yorkmagazine of 15 October 2001 reported:
Since September 11, Sheirer has taken charge of the biggest clean-up effort in American history, coordinating 100 federal, state, and local agencies, including FEMA. He's become, in effect, the CEO of a company with thousands of workers and a budget that could run up to $40 billion -- or, if you prefer, the mayor of the hot zone..."OEM is in charge," says Mike Byrne, deputy federal coordinating officer of FEMA for this incident. "Sheirer gives the marching orders. So far, we're blown away by OEM's performance." Sheirer delegated the handling of the steel to an agency under his command, the Department of Design and Construction (DDC), headed by Kenneth Holden. When Holden gave his statement to the 9/11 Commission on April 1, 2003, he said that he had received "verbal permission" to send the steel to scrap yards in New Jersey, but failed to name the person who had authorized the removal. Seeing that Richard Sheirer of the OEM was in charge of the clean-up and giving “marching orders” to the DDC, it is logical to assume that it was Sheirer who authorized the removal of the steel to the two junkyards in New Jersey, Hugo Neu and Metal Management Northeast, where it was cut into small pieces, mixed with other scrap, and shipped to Asian smelters.
Hugo Neu and Metal Management Northeast were the final links in the closed system that was set up by the terror masterminds to ensure the secure destruction of the steel evidence from the World Trade Center. In three easy steps from the FBI to the junkyard, the control of the crucial steel evidence passed from one Zionist-controlled agency to the next until it was destroyed in the smelters of Asian steel companies.