On the morning of 9/11, Flight 93 passenger Todd Beamer has been talking by Airfone to Lisa Jefferson, a GTE customer service supervisor from 9:45 a.m.-9:58 a.m.He tells Jefferson that some of the passengers are going to “jump” the hijacker who claims to have a bomb, and try to seize control of the plane. He says, “We’re going to do something. I know I’m not going to get out of this”. Beamer lets go of the phone but leaves it connected. Jefferson can hear him speaking to someone else, saying the words that later become famous: “Are you ready guys? Let’s roll”.
Jefferson continues listening until after the time the plane crashes, yet does not hear any sound when the crash occurs. As she later recalls, “I was still on the line and the plane took a dive and by then, it just went silent. I held on until after the plane crashed—probably about 15 minutes longer and I never heard a crash—it just went silent because—I can’t explain it. We didn’t lose a connection because there’s a different sound that you use. It’s a squealing sound when you lose a connection. I never lost connection, but it just went silent.”
According to a summary of the passenger phone calls presented at the 2006 trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, Beamer’s call lasts for “3,925 seconds.” As it began just before 9:44 a.m., this would mean it ends around 10:49 a.m. Flight 93 reportedly crashed at 10:03 am.The FBI will never explain this.Also released during the Moussaoui trial is a report from Todd’s phone log which it says Beamer made numerous calls that same day, as late as 20:58 at night.
This also has not been explained to this day. See Beamer’s cell phone records thru out the day and night of 9/1101:
Larry Ellison ,a CEO for the Oracle Corporation (a software company) for which Todd Beamer worked,is aware of Beamer’s call from the plane before its existence has been made public.Ellison & Oracle long have had close ties to US intelligence agencies, and in fact the company’s name originated from a CIA project code-named “Oracle.”
There was just one problem. No authority from United Airlines or from the government had yet announced to Todd Beamer’s family or to the public that Todd Beamer had been involved in fighting the terrorists. In fact, Lisa Beamer was told by a United Airlines employee in the evening of 9/14/2001 that the FBI had just publicly released information about Todd’s heroics. So Lisa wonders,as we all do, how did Larry Ellison know about Todd’s heroics one day before the FBI released the information to the public??
An “emergency drill” was scheduled for 8am on the morning of 9/11, to take place on the 97th floor of the WTC South Tower.A team of technology consultants from California’s Oracle Corporation is visiting investment firm Fiduciary Trust for this drill. (Fiduciary Trust has offices on the 97th floor). Oracle Corp. will later report that these six consultants whom were working on the 97th floor of the South Tower and are subsequently missing.
Of interesting note Thomas Kean, the Chairman of the 9-11 Commission was a board member of FIDUCIARY TRUST Company International.
Fiduciary employees trapped between the 90-97th floors of the South Tower told family members (via cell-phone calls) that they were hearing ‘BOMB-LIKE EXPLOSIONS’ throughout the towers. 2) Video cameras positioned atop the World Trade Center which were used to feed daily images to local television stations were inexplicably inoperative that morning. 3) A Fiduciary employee who was on one of the lower floors and escaped immediately after the first (North) tower was struck, reported that he was amazed by the large number of FBI agents that were already on the streets surrounding the WTC complex only minutes after the initial strike.”
During the first week of September 2001, Todd and Lisa Beamer were in Italy. Todd and Lisa were without their kids, but Todd and Lisa were not traveling alone. The Beamers were joined by 500 Oracle employees and guests. This trip was a reward from Oracle to employees who performed well. The trip was a combination of business and pleasure. During the daytime, the employees and guests went sightseeing. During the evening, there were business dinners. The final day of activities (sightseeing and business dinner) was 9/9/2001.
Because of the high number of people on this trip, it is very possible that CEO Ellison himself scheduled the trip.
At some point before the trip to Italy began, Todd was told that he would be attending some meetings in San Francisco on 9/11/2001. Todd would have a meeting at 1:00 PM San Francisco time and a dinner meeting at night. Thus, before the start of the trip to Italy, Todd knew that he would have to be in Italy until 9/9/2001 and then in San Francisco on 9/11/2001.
If the trip to Italy was scheduled by Ellison, then who scheduled the meetings in San Francisco? According to Lisa Beamer, the meetings in San Francisco were extremely important. Todd would be meeting with some executives from Sony Corporation, who would be flying in from Japan. The meetings would also include Oracle’s chief financial officer (CFO).In most American companies, the CFO works closely with the CEO. Therefore, it is very likely that these meetings were scheduled by CEO Larry Ellison.
Given that Todd would be in Italy for all of 9/9/2001 and that Todd had to be in San Francisco by 1:00 PM on 9/11/2001, Todd had two travel options:
1) Todd would fly to Newark International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, from Italy on 9/10/01 and would fly to San Francisco on the same day. On 9/11/01, Todd would attend his meetings.
2) Todd would fly to Newark on 9/10/01 and would fly to San Francisco on 9/11/01. Then Todd would attend his meetings on 9/11/01.
The Beamers left Italy in the early morning of 9/10/01. Todd pondered his two choices while on the flight to Newark. Todd decided that he would arrive in Newark on 9/10/01, spend one night at home with his wife and his kids (whom he had not seen in a week), and then travel to San Francisco on 9/11/01.
Actually, it is possible that Todd did not have to make any decision at all. There was a fire at Newark Airport in the late afternoon of 9/10/01. So, the evening flight to San Francisco that Todd thought about taking was cancelled.
According to Lisa Beamer, Jeremy Glick, who would help Todd fight the terrorists, was supposed to fly to San Francisco from Newark in the evening of 9/10/01. Glick’s plane was first supposed to land at Newark. However, the fire caused the plane to be rerouted to JFK Airport in New York City. Glick had the option of traveling from Newark Airport to JFK Airport (presumably by car, bus, or train) and boarding the plane to San Francisco at JFK Airport. However, Glick chose to go home to Hewitt, New Jersey, and to fly to San Francisco from Newark on 9/11/01.
Even without the fire, Larry Ellison could have reasonably assumed that Todd would choose to fly to San Francisco on 9/11/01. Ellison could have assumed that taking two long flights on the same day would be a big strain on Todd. Or, since Ellison knew that Todd’s trip to Italy would be for adults only, Ellison could have reasonably assumed that Todd would want to spend one night with his kids before leaving town. However, the fire improved the chance that Todd would not fly out on 9/10/01. The fire certainly deterred Jeremy Glick from flying out on 9/10/01.
There are a few more items that should be mentioned.
9/10/01 was a Monday. As mentioned above, on the plane from Italy to Newark, Todd Beamer thought about whether he should fly to San Francisco on 9/10/01 or 9/11/01. Another thing Todd thought about on the plane was the workweek ahead. Todd was dreading the upcoming workweek. Todd was not looking forward to that week at all. This attitude troubled Lisa Beamer. In the past, Todd had always been excited about work, even during challenging times. However, Todd was now complaining that he would have a lot on his plate at work that week.
So, the obvious questions are the following: Why was Todd so afraid of work suddenly? What was Todd told by his bosses at Oracle about that workweek? What did Todd think was going to happen?
Jonathan Oomrigar worked in one of Oracle’s California offices and was one of Todd Beamer’s favorite Oracle co-workers. Jonathan participated in the Oracle trip to Italy, and, before the trip to Italy, Jonathan and Todd had traveled together on business to Israel.
According to Todd’s cell-phone records (which Lisa Beamer presumably saw after Todd died), Todd called Jonathan on the morning of 9/11/2001. According to Lisa, Todd and Jonathan spoke about Todd’s San Francisco meetings.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has a connection to Israel. In September 2001, Ellison owned 70% of an Israeli company called Quark Biotech.
1) Both the trip to Italy and Todd’s meetings in San Francisco may have been scheduled by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison.
2) Given the schedule of the trip to Italy and the San Francisco meetings, Todd Beamer had only two options for traveling to San Francisco (9/10/01 or 9/11/01).
3) In order to spend time with his children, Todd chose to travel on 9/11/01. However, even if Todd had chosen to travel on 9/10/01, the 9/10/01 fire at Newark Airport would probably have prevented Todd from doing that.
4) Todd was worried about the workweek of 9/11/01. Previously, Todd had always been excited about work, even during challenging times. Now, Todd was worried.
5) Jonathan Oomrigar, a co-worker with whom Todd had traveled on business to Israel, was in Italy with Todd and received a phone call from Todd on 9/11/01.
6) In September 2001, Todd’s boss Larry Ellison owned 70% of an Israeli company.
7) Larry Ellison knew about Todd’s heroics aboard United Airlines Flight 93 about one day before the FBI released that information to the public.
So, were Todd Beamer, Jonathan Oomrigar, and Larry Ellison working on some operation for Israeli intelligence? Were Beamer, Oomrigar, and Ellison helping Israeli intelligence to perpetrate the United 93 portion of the 9/11 attacks?
LARRY ELLISON,ORACLE AND ‘ZERO DARK THIRTY’
The money behind “Zero Dark Thirty” was provided indirectly by Lawrence Joseph “Larry” Ellison, the co-founder and CEO of Oracle Corporation, “one of the world’s leading enterprise software companies.” Ellison ranked as the third wealthiest American citizen in 2012, worth $41 billion
Ellison is perhaps best well-known throughout the “truth” community as spearheading a project for the CIA, a database he named “Oracle,” which is of course the name of his company today. He is also known for his offer to donate to the U.S. government “software that would enable it to build and run a national identification database and issue ID cards.”
Oracle’s co-President and Chief Financial Officer is Safra Ada Catz, an Israeli-born businesswoman, who has been with Ellison since 1999 and on the board since 2001. In 2009 she was ranked by Fortune magazine as “the 12th most powerful woman in business,” and by Forbes as “the 16th most powerful business-woman.”
Fortune also revealed she was the highest-paid woman among Fortune 1000 companies in 2011, taking home over $51 million. Importantly, since 2008, she has been a director of HSBC, which just last month paid a record nearly $2 billion fine in a money laundering case.