Watch the video, 5.53 min, published on Global Research TV GRTV, by James Corbett, March 1, 2012.
A new report released on Monday by the Pentagon reveals that some of the unidentifiable remains from victims at the Pentagon and Shanksville sites on September 11th were disposed of in a landfill.
The details come from the findings of a review committee examining operations of the Air Force Mortuaty division at Dover Air Force Base. In the report, it is noted that before 2008, disposal of unidentified remains was delegated of by subcontractors. The guidelines at the time called for the contractors to incinerate the remains and dump the ashes in landfills.
… In the wake of the latest revelations regarding the dumping of 9/11 victim remains in landfills, the Pentagon is being forced to justify their conduct and guidelines and pressure is mounting for those in charge of this desecration to lose their job.
So far, no one has lost their job or even been reprimanded for the frequent and flagrant violation of protocols and crime scene requirements regarding the disposal of 9/11 evidence.
At this time, there is still no word from the FBI or New York city officials how they were able to discover nearly intact passports from the World Trade Center site on the day of 9/11 but have yet to account for nearly 1,000 human bodies. (Full text).
Presenting America’s Ten Greediest of 2011, on Too Much, by Sam Pizzigati, December 11, 2011: One puts on football pageants. Another makes mega millions on a virtual farm. They all remind us how much needs to change, economically and politically, in 2012 and beyond …