Ex-employee says FAA warned before 9/11
Saturday. 11.25.06 11:35 am
This is another case of retaliation against a whistle blower. Ex-employee Bogdan Dzakovic
, a member of the elite squad for security systems at the airport states that he warned the FAA of potential security breaches in their system. He said that his team was able to sneak in bombs and submachine gunsright past the screeners. When he reported these findings to the FAA they told him to cover it up.
Once 9/11 hit numerous FAA officials were stating,"How could we have known this was going to happen?" They did know. They were even warned of the holes in their security.
As a result for whistle blowing, Dzakovic was demoted to a desk job where he does remedial tasks such as, hole-punching, updating agency phonebooks and twiddling his thumbs. He cant really complain though. They did not give him a pay cut so he gets paid $100,000
for doing his entry-level job.
Categories: 9/11 [t], FAA [t], ex-employee [t], government [t], cover-up [t], news [t], Bogdan [t], Dzakovic [t]
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I didnt go out with my mum to breakfats today.... But.. I will be tomorrow.. Haha... Every Sunday we go out for breakfast together... And.. I love breakfast too... Its the meal that gets you going... » Xboyz
on 2006-11-25 11:56:58
Ahh... the wonders of the United States government! Makes me feel all proud inside. » elessar257
on 2006-11-25 02:02:16
Haha, I love our government, full of funny stories like this. sometimes sad and tragic however. » ryan444123
on 2006-11-25 05:58:17
I haven't finished it, I've bought Dave his, and another friend of mine his. I have another 6 or 7 gifts to buy. » ikimashokie
on 2006-11-25 08:51:47 Whoa!
I'm likin' your background and profile pic. ;)
As for the demoted guy--Santa, I'd like his job, please. ;P » Silver-dot-
on 2006-11-25 09:31:04 carazy!
though rather typical US government, I am sad to say. blah =/
At least we get to do pretty much whatever we want. ha XD » invisible
on 2006-11-25 10:16:50
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