Bernard Kerik — NYC Police Chief on 9-11; “sidekick” of Giuliani; allegedly involved with FEMA in WTC demolition “war games” called Operation Code Angel.
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MEANS, MOTIVE, OPPORTUNITY
Former New York City Police Commissioner on 9/11, Secretary of Homeland Security nominee, and now a federal felon.
Charges: Conspiracy to Commit Murder after the fact, Treason, Tampering with Evidence
Means: Kerik was New York City Police Commissioner from 2000 to 2001, under Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Kerik’s position as NYC Police Commissioner on 9/11 assured that no criminal investigation into 9/11 would ever take place, and that police presence on the crime scene could be controlled and monitored, the crime scene cordoned off and kept secure.
Motive: Reward for service: In December 2004, President George W. Bush nominated Kerik as United States Secretary of Homeland Security. A week later, Kerik withdrew his nomination, explaining that he had employed an illegal immigrant as a nanny; subsequently, numerous allegations surfaced which would likely have led to a confirmation battle in the Senate. Kerik’s affiliations with organized crime, his known affinity for fraud and corruption, and his ties to KUWAM all imply that Kerik would have been a willing participant in such a plot which would have increased his personal standing with elite international powers and furthered his career.
Opportunity: Kerik Department was the one who found the passport of one of the 9/11 hijackers and handed it over to the FBI. Many believe this was manufactured evidence since it is so hard to believe a paper passport survived a plane crash and jet fuel explosion, yet the Black Boxes did not. Kerik has a history with KUWAM – The Kuwaiti American Corporation, and was placed in charge of training the Iraqi Police Force during the Iraq War.
Additional information:In 2006, Kerik pleaded guilty to two unrelated ethics violations after an investigation by the Office of the Bronx District Attorney, and was ordered to pay $221,000.
A grand jury of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York issued a 16-count indictment against Kerik on November 8, 2007, alleging conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud and lying to the Internal Revenue Service. Kerik surrendered to authorities the next day and pled not guilty to all charges. On October 20, 2009, his bail was revoked and he was jailed pending trial. On November 5, he pleaded guilty to 8 charges in a plea bargain with prosecutors who recommended a jail sentence of 27 to 33 months. Kerik was sentenced to four years in federal prison on February 18, 2010. On March 30, 2011, he lost his appeal in federal court to have his four year sentence reduced because of alleged bias by the sentencing judge.