Sunday, June 12, 2011

Security Officer Memorial Fund Newsletter, May 2004

Found maintained at archive.org, the newsletter posts a copy of a New York State Senate Resolution, No. 3788, adopted March 9, 2004, which intended to pay "tribute to the lives of the 36 Security Guards who perished during the September 11, 2001, World Trade Center terrorist attack."

However, if you count the names and professional affiliations found in the text, you'll see listed forty of these supposed "fallen," whose "heroic courage" in facing "unspeakable atrocities" and "unprecedented tragedy" led to their "ultimate sacrifice" while working as security apparatchiks on 9/11. Foot soldiers for a corrupt corporatocracy, they served the political fascism underlying a false-flag Casus belli for war of aggression. And in the fog of the aftermath, they came out of the woodwork to take credit.



These are the security-officer fatalities listed on the resolution:
  1. Wesley Mercer, New York City, Director of Security for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter;
  2. Rick Rescorla, Head of Security for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter;
  3. Titus Davidson, Bowles Corporate Services, New York;
  4. Godwin Forde, Bowles Corporate Services, New York;
  5. Charles Laurencin, Bowles Corporate Services, New York;
  6. Nolbert Salomon, Bowles Corporate Services, New York;
  7. Jorge Velaquez, Bowles Corporate Services, New York;
  8. Patrick Adams, Brooklyn, New York, Security Officer, Fuji Bank;
  9. Andrew J. Bailey, New York, New York, Security Supervisor, Marsh & McLennan;
  10. Barry Kirschbaum, Staten Island, New York, Security Manager, Marsh & McLennan;
  11. Francisco Bourdier, New York, New York, Security Guard, Deutsche Bank;
  12. Charles Gregory John, Security Officer, Royston and Zamani;
  13. Alexander Ortiz, Security Guard, Grubb & Ellis Inc.;
  14. Francis Joseph Trombino, Clifton, New Jersey, Security Guard, Brinks;
  15. Anthony Luparello Jr., Security Guard, American Building Maintenance;
  16. Sara Manley, New York, New York, Vice President and Senior Security Analyst, Fred Alger Management;
  17. Mohammed Jawara, MAS Security;
  18. Edward Calderon, Jersey City, New Jersey, Security Guard, Port Authority;
  19. Mannie Leroy Clark, New York, New York, Security Guard;
  20. John R. Fisher, Bayonne, New Jersey, Security Consultant, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey;
  21. Douglas G. Karpiloff, Mamaroneck, New York, Security Director, Port Authority;
  22. John P. O'Neil, Security, Silverstein Partners;
  23. Godwin Ajala, New York, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  24. Larry Bowman, New York, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  25. Francisco Cruz, Staten Island, New York, Summit Security Services;
  26. Denease Conley, New York, New York, Summit Security Services;
  27. Samuel Fields, New York, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  28. Ervin Gailliard, New York, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  29. Jorge Luis Morron Garcia, New York, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  30. Ronald Hoemer, Massapequa Park, New York, Security Manager, Summit Security Services;
  31. Daniel Lugo, New York, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  32. Leon Lebor, Security Guard, Summit Security Services;
  33. Esmerlin Salcedo, New York, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  34. Robert Martinez, Long Island City, New York, Security Officer, Summit Security Services;
  35. Lawrence F. Boisseau, Freehold, New Jersey, Fire Safety Director, OCS Security;
  36. Richard Fitzsimons, Lynbrook, New York, Fire Safety Inspector, OCS Security;
  37. Philip Thomas Hayes, East Northport, New York, Fire Safety Director, OCS Security;
  38. William Wren, Lynbrook, New Jersey, Resident Manager, OCS Security;
  39. Robert J. Mayo, Marlboro, New Jersey, Fire Safety Director, OCS Security;
  40. Stanley McCaskill, New York, New York, Security Guard, Advantage Security;


If you assemble a list of all such names floated in the media record, the numbers in this category of faked fatality soon climbs to an absurd total.




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