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OBAMACSI.COM:
  New York City has been the target major terror attacks in the past and would provide the perfect cover for the Osama bin Laden revenge killing of U.S. President Barack Obama. Ground Zero is surrounded by a myriad of sniper nests and just happens to be where Obama was on September 11, 2011, and may again visit in the near future. A potential investigation into the crime of the Obama assassination would be easily controlled by the Mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg, thus making New York City a prime location for the future assassination of Obama.  

1. Osama bin Laden Threat: The handwritten journal of Osama bin Laden found in Pakistan allegedly states that Osama wanted to assassinate U.S. President Barack Obama. The journal also included significant dates for attacking American targets, explicitly the 10th anniversary of 9/11. While the 10th anniversary of 9/11 occurred without incident, the 11th anniversary of 9/11 may have a different outcome. The anniversary of 9/11 is a date forever linked to Osama bin Laden and may serve as a potential assassination date in the near future.

2. Obama at Ground Zero on 9/11: On September 11, 2011, both George W. Bush and Barack Obama were in New York City for the 10th anniversary of 9/11. This was the first time that a U.S. President visited Ground Zero, and on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, two U.S. Presidents visited New York City. While the 10th anniversary of 9/11 occurred without incident, the 11th anniversary of 9/11 may have a different outcome.

3. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg: The current mayor of Mayor of New York City is none other than Zionist Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg has played a key role in restricting 9/11 first responders from adequate heath care, and has stonewalled an independent investigation into the attacks of 9/11. Because of Bloomberg's political allegiances, there is no possible way that an Obama assassination would receive an full, independent and open investigation, thus making New York City a prime location for a U.S. Presidential assassination.



1. OSAMA BIN LADEN THREAT

OBAMACSI.COM: The handwritten journal of Osama bin Laden found in Pakistan allegedly states that Osama wanted to assassinate U.S. President Barack Obama. The journal also included significant dates for attacking American targets, explicitly the 10th anniversary of 9/11. While the 10th anniversary of 9/11 occurred without incident, the 11th anniversary of 9/11 may have a different outcome. The anniversary of 9/11 is a date forever linked to Osama bin Laden and may serve as a potential assassination date in the near future.

Title: Kill Obama: Bin Laden Plotted To Assassinate President Before 2012 Election
Date: May 13, 2011
Source: Daily Mail

Abstract: Osama Bin Laden wanted to assassinate President Obama as in the run up to the 2012 presidential elections, the terror leader's journal seized by U.S. forces reveals. The mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks wanted to kill the President in a follow up mission, 10 years after the devastating 2001 attack. 

U.S. intelligence officials are currently analysing over one million pages of data taken from the terror leader's compound, including his handwritten journal.
Former intelligence officials said that Bin Laden was focussed on killing the President. 'I would say this is probably very personal on Bin Laden's part, to kill [Obama] that he believes has violated the Muslim faith,' Brad Garrett, a former FBI profiler, told ABC News. 'He is incensed, inflamed, obsessed about killing the President.'

The handwritten journal included significant dates bin Laden noted as preferred for attacking American targets, including the Fourth of July and the 10th anniversary of 9/11, a U.S. official said. (Daily Mail, 2011).


2. OBAMA AT GROUND ZERO ON 9/11


OBAMACSI.COM:
On September 11, 2011, both George W. Bush and Barack Obama were in New York City for the 10th anniversary of 9/11. This was the first time that a U.S. President visited Ground Zero, and on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, two U.S. Presidents visited New York City. While the 10th anniversary of 9/11 occurred without incident, the 11th anniversary of 9/11 may have a different outcome.

Title: Obama, Bush To Attend New York’s 9/11 Memorial Ceremony, Bloomberg Says
Date: July 29, 2011
Source: Bloomberg

Abstract: President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush will attend New York City’s ceremony observing the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.

Obama’s and Bush’s presence marks the first time a U.S. president has participated in the annual event, which this year will coincide with the opening of a memorial plaza featuring reflecting pools, meant to be symbolic voids, on the footprints of the destroyed Twin Towers. The attack occurred eight months after Bush took office.

Bush and Obama will join governors Andrew Cuomo of New York and Chris Christie of New Jersey; George Pataki, who was New York’s governor in 2001; former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani; and Bloomberg. The ceremony will include poetry and quotations, and a reading of the names of all who died that day after al Qaeda terrorists hijacked jets that also crashed into the Pentagon in Washington and in Pennsylvania.

“Family members only will be allowed to walk onto the plaza, look at their loved ones’ names, look down into the voids,” Bloomberg said during his weekly appearance on WOR radio. “The first day it’s reserved for those family members who lost somebody on 9/11.”

Visitors must apply for reservations to see the site after Sept. 11, to avoid crowding, Bloomberg said. Tickets may be obtained through the city’s Website, www.nyc.gov.

The mayor is 9/11 National Memorial chairman, and founder and majority owner of Bloomberg News parent Bloomberg LP (Bloomberg, 2011).

3. NEW YORK CITY MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG

OBAMACSI.COM: The current mayor of Mayor of New York City is none other than Zionist Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg has played a key role in restricting 9/11 first responders from adequate heath care, and has stonewalled an independent investigation into the attacks of 9/11. Because of Bloomberg's political allegiances, there is no possible way that an Obama assassination would receive an full, independent and open investigation, thus making New York City a prime location for a U.S. Presidential assassination.

Title:  A New 9/11 Investigation in New York City? The Voters Will Decide—If the Lawyers Let Them
Date:
September 10, 2009
Source:
Baltimore & Sun Sentinel

Abstract: In the five years since the 9/11 Commission released its studious but timid report, Americans of all political stripes have advocated for a new investigation into the attacks of September 11, 2001. Since Obama seems intent upon putatively pardoning the Bush Administration for all of its crimes and misdemeanors, such an investigation will clearly not take place at the federal level. But a New-York based organization has been pursuing a local effort—and on the eve of the eighth anniversary of the attacks, it has achieved what could be an important step toward its goal. The New York City Coalition for Accountability Now (NYC CAN), which describes itself as “a group comprising 9/11 family members, first responders, and survivors,” has gathered signatures to place a referendum for a new 9/11 investigation on the November ballot in New York City.

The Bloomberg administration fought the effort by claiming that only about 26,000 of the 52,000 signatures submitted by NYC CAN were valid, leaving the group some 4,000 short of the requirement for a ballot measure. After the New York courts appointed a “referee” to review the tossed-out petitions, NYC CAN scrambled to validate thousands of signatures, and submitted 28,000 more. And just yesterday, the group announced in a press release that “in a last minute decision, lawyers for the City of New York have conceded that [NYC CAN] indeed did submit over 30,000 valid signatures...The City’s concession...paves the way for lawyers for both sides to argue the legality of the petition.”

There are several more hurdles ahead: New York City has a long history of blocking citizen-generated ballot initiatives on the grounds of legal technicalities.  And all legal issues must be resolved by September 30 for the measure to make it onto the November ballot. But if the referendum were to be presented and passed, it would lead to the creation of what its authors describe as “a local, independent commission with subpoena power that would be tasked with comprehensively reinvestigating the attacks” (Baltimore & Sun Sentinel, 2009).

Title: First Responders Decry Exclusion From 9/11 Ceremony
Date: August 16, 2011
Source:
CNN

Abstract: When debris rained from the sky in lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001, the first responders to the terrorist attack did not turn away. They rushed to the World Trade Center buildings while the world around them crumbled.

Yet now, after all the wreckage has been cleared and the rebuilding has begun, their path is again blocked -- not by flying chunks of smoldering rubble, but by space constraints.

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The first responders are not invited to this year's September 11 memorial ceremony at ground zero, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office confirmed Monday.

It's a painful insult for many of the approximately 3,000 men and women who risked their lives, limbs and lungs on that monumental day, puncturing another hole in a still searing wound.

In a statement, Bloomberg spokesman Andrew Brent said the commemoration ceremony is for the victims' families.

"While we are again focused on accommodating victims' family members, given the space constraints, we're working to find ways to recognize and honor first responders, and other groups, at different places and times," Brent said.

But first responder John Feal, founder of an advocacy group for the police officers, firefighters, civilian volunteers and others who worked at ground zero, assailed Brent's response, saying Bloomberg "lives in his own world."

"The best of the best that this country offered 10 years ago are being neglected and denied their rightful place," Feal said.

Denise Villamia, a first responder who worked at ground zero for several months, cried over the phone as she recalled her "totally heartbroken" reaction to the news that she could not attend the memorial service.

"I'm crying because it's really a big betrayal on the part of the city, to rob me from my way to pay homage and to find that comfort and healing," she said. "I feel that I have been robbed of my way to pay tribute."

In addition to the victims' families, several politicians, including two presidents, are expected to be in attendance. Bloomberg's office would not provide specifics on the ceremony's arrangements, but did note that the first responders have not been invited to the preceding nine memorial services, either.

Yet first responder Morris Faitelewicz, vice president of the Auxiliary Police Supervisors Benevolent Association, called that explanation "nonsense." Faitelewicz said that, while there are not usually formal invitations, first responders have been able to attend all of the previous ceremonies simply by showing up (CNN, 2011).