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Odigo refused to reveal content of 9/11 warning to Israelis
I think this is pretty interesting. It'd make a good talking point to add to the already really long list of facts that conflict with the government's version of 9/11 and point to Israeli involvement/orchestration. After reading the recent interview with Chris Bollyn that was posted here I was really interested in one thing he said in particular that I had never heard of before. In reference to the warning sent out via Odigo instant messaging service to some Israelis prior to the attack he said "Alex Diamandis, Odigo's vice president, said, "The messages said something big was going to happen in a certain amount of time, and it did – almost to the minute." I googled those words to verify that it was true and found it in the 'Complete 9/11 Timeline' which is a really good resource for 9/11 research. There's a section dedicated to Israeli foreknowledge (which is evidence of involvement in the attack). As well as the source for Bollyn's quote (Washington Times 10/4/2001) there is this as well: "Odigo claims the warning did not specifically mention the WTC, but the company refuses to divulge what was specified, claiming, “Providing more details would only lead to more conjecture.” [Washington Post, 9/28/2001]"
So Odigo refused to reveal what was said in the message, fearing that the content being disclosed would lead to 'conjecture'. Conjecture about what, what would they have to be worried about? And wouldn't their keeping the message hidden logically lead to more conjecture than disclosing it? So it's worth mentioning when the topic is discussed that Odigo actually refused to reveal the content of the message, preferring to keep it secret. Not exactly a new story but something that I think has been largely overlooked.