Milo is the host of Touch, a daily program from 5:00-6:00 PM Pacific on The Bridge, 95.1 FM in Guerneville. Milo has invited me (Brian Romanoff) to be a regular guest on his show to try to bring more light into the events of 9/11. I appreciate the opportunity and I hope you enjoy the show.
Today we finish up last weeks discussion about suspicious stock trading before 9/11 and other suspicious financial transactions contained on hard disks found in the WTC rubble. We discuss war profits and the angles of involvement to 9/11, we also listen to an interview with Tim Duffy, the fighter pilot who was scrambled on the morning of 9/11.
Available as a live-stream every Monday 5:00-6:00 PM Pacific at the website provided below:
Col. Tim Duffy visited Sonoma County, Ca on June 25th. He came to the Pacific Coast Air Museum, where the F-15 he flew on 9/11 is on display for the local 9/11 memorial.
Part 1 of 3
Col. Tim Duffy describes the day of 9/11 from his perspective. He also begins to take questions from the audience. Noteably, he describes the towers destruction as an “impolosion”, rather than a “collapse” – and mentions his prior intercept mission in the past.
Part 2 of 3
Col. Tim Duffy answers questions from the audience. Questions include topics of: A prior intercept mission; being held at 2 fighter jets as opposed to 4 or 6 when patrollong NY,
communications, and more…
Part 3 of 3
I am able to approach Col. Tim Duffy after the event to ask if he was able to read the 9/11 Commission Report, and if he was satisfied with his section in it.
Almost a decade after the nightmare of 9/11, former fighter pilot Tim Duffy still fields the questions:
What took you so long?
Why didn’t you get to lower Manhattan from your base on Cape Cod in time to at least protect the gashed and ablaze World Trade Center from being struck by a second airliner?
“I get that all the time,” Duffy said Friday during a visit to the Sonoma County aircraft museum that’s become guardian to the retired supersonic F-15 he flew that September morning in 2001.
Trim and prematurely gray at 49, the combat veteran said he’s concluded after 10 years of review and what-ifs that nothing could have been done to substantially change the timeline of one of the nation’s most ghastly and heartbreaking days.