?Alien Redrum wrote:
I think that Bush definitely used it to his advantage, but I truly disbelieve that it was intentionally done. The sheer amount of people that would have had to be involved would be staggering. It would have come out by now.
People did it, it was planned, and presumably the amount of Al Qaeda involved in it were less than a dozen. Nobody has come out and talked about it, anywhere in the world.
There's absolutely no reason why 12 people in some US govt agency couldn't have pulled this off, especially if the person planning it ends up having the remaining members killed at the end.
Again, I'm not agreeing/disagreeing with whatever happened, but I am disagreeing with that reasoning. If it was an actual Al Qaeda terrorist plot, that really proves that a handful of people could do it without anyone talking about it later; which destroys the point of if it was a plot then lots of people would be involved and someone would've talked.