And on 9/11, the Army’s financial management/audit area at the Pentagon was badly damaged.
David Ray Griffin in his book, The New Pearl Harbor Revisited, comments about one of Barbara Honegger’s observations on what happened in the Pentagon on 9/11, from page 104, paragraph two of his book . . .
“First, the day before 9/11, Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld stated at a press conference that the Pentagon was missing $2.3 trillion dollars. Second, one of the most damaged areas was the Army’s financial management/audit area. This combination of facts had led Barbara Honegger to ask: ‘Were the auditors who could “‘follow the money,”’ and the computers whose data could help them do it, intentionally targeted?
“According to Honegger, she discussed this issue with Michael Nielsen, the aforementioned civilian auditor for the Army—who in fact was working in the Operations Office of the Army’s Financial Brand and probably survived only because he had gone back to his own (temporary) office shortly before the attack, which killed most of the people in the Operations Office. When she asked Nielson whether he believed that the Operations Office might have been targeted because of the missing money, he replied in the affirmative, according to Honegger, adding that the records then were, in fact, destroyed. In any case, this hypothesis is one that should be considered if and when a true investigation takes place.”
Our thanks to Jerry Mazza for this quote.