Text of Air Force Response to Wood/Leaphart Letter + More

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2007-05-10 14:13:16

Below is the text of the response from Rich Garcia. Jerry Leaphart encouraged us to write to the Air Force, and I have included my letter below.   i18.photobucket.com/…   MESSAGE: I received your fax yesterday and your FedEx package today, and had a chance to review the materials you sent. During our telephone conversation I outlined a variety of directed energies that might have future weapons applications but I’m not aware of any that are mature enough to cause the damage at the World Trade Center. Lasers are the most likely candidates for nearer-term weapons use and, to that enc, we have conducted laboratory tests to evaluate the effects of laser energy on different materials. For the most part, those materials have been metals, not concrete structures. Effects on metals are from the heat generated by an intense beam of coherent light, which cause the metals to weaken and split. Given sufficient heat, metals would melt (become liquids) and, given significantly more heat, could turn to gases. Since we haven’t tested concrete I don’t know if the effect would be dust. You report phenomena that we cannot explain here, either because we don’t have enough data or because the phenomena are not within our area of expertise. While on a personal level I may find Dr Wood’s investigation interesting and worthy of further consideration, on a professional level we are unable to devote our limited resources to activities outside of our charter, I wish you success in your endeavor and am available to answer whatever directed energy questions may arise.   Respectfully,   JUVEISTTINO R GARCÍA Director of Public Affairs Directed Energy Directorate Air Force Research Laboratory Kirtland AFB, NM 87117-6776 Re: DEW and WTC FAO: Mr Rich Garcia (FAX: +1 203-825-6256) Cc: Ms. Susan J. Thornton (FAX: +1 202-395-3888) Air Force Research Laboratory Directed Energy Directorate Office of Public Affairs 3550 Aberdeen Avenue S.E. Kirtland Air Force Base, NM 87117-5776     Dear Mr Garcia,   I have been in communication, for some time, with Dr Judy Wood and Attorney Jerry Leaphart, as we have all been investigating matters related to the destruction of the WTC complex on 9/11. Through the work of Dr Wood, the true extent and nature of the damage there has now been brought fully to my attention.   I was therefore very interested when I saw your message of response to them. Prof Wood has, of course, has compiled a formidable collection of evidence which, beyond reasonable doubt, demonstrates that “exotic weaponry” – likely Directed Energy Weaponry – was used there. There is considerable information in the public domain which indicates the DEW technology is in use in some places in the world. One interesting example, which can be seen in Internet Videos, is the MTHEL, developed my Northrop Grumman. It is odd to consider that Donald Rumsfeld and General Myers were, at a Press Conference, reluctant to discuss, or even acknowledge the existence of such weaponry or its usage.   Now, it strikes me as rather odd, that when there is such clear and voluminous evidence that very advanced DEW technology was, indeed, used as the primary method of destruction of WTC towers 1 and 2 (and it also seems to have been used on some of the other buildings), the Air Force seems rather non-committal about and even disinterested in this evidence. Therefore, I am given to venture some observations regarding this:   1)      The Air Force does not believe DEW technology was used in the destruction of the WTC. But, it did not comment specifically to this effect. 2)      The Air Force did not regurgitate the “official” (bogus) story that this conflagration was caused by 60,000 gallons of kerosene and aircraft impacts. Looking at the evidence, of course, we can clearly show this story is false. 3)      The Air Force DOES believe DEW technology was used in the destruction of the WTC (but hasn’t said so).   Observation (3) would lead me to think, if I was in the Air Force, “My goodness me!” (or perhaps a rather more colourful phrase) “Who used the technology? Who has it? How on Earth did it ever become advanced to this level? Why didn’t we know about it?”   In other words, why is the Air Force not asking its own questions regarding the evidence Prof Wood has compiled? Why is the Air Force wishing Judy Wood “all the best” in her own investigations?  The conclusion I have come to is, that the Air Force already knows that advanced DEW technology (likely developed in USAPs) was used in the destruction of the WTC, but it cannot say so. The reason it cannot say so is/was probably the same one that caused Dwight Eisenhower to issue this warning in 1961.   “In the counsels of Government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the Military Industrial Complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals so that security and liberty may prosper together.”   So, who is the Air Force protecting? What is its role, now, in defence, considering it has no apparent interest in the most destructive 20 seconds of time ever witnessed in a major populated city since 1945?   Thank you for reading this message.   Yours in puzzlement,   Andrew Johnson

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