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Old 01-03-2006, 11:59 AM
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Default Odigo attempts to whitewash the 9-11 warning

Odigo Clarifies Attack Messages

Odigo Vice President of Sales and Marketing Alex Diamandis told Newsbytes Thursday that he could not comment on the text or origin of the message, but said that the sender of the instant message was not personally known to the Odigo employees
And yet they still left the wtc in time. Since a person does not have to reveal their identity to let a warning get out, the lack of knowledge of identity is irrelevant. The point is, someone knew and warned Israeli workers. The article admits this message exists.

Diamandis today in a telephone interview also said the warning message did not identify the World Trade Center as the attack target. Diamandis declined to reveal any other information contained in the message, including whether the warning named the targets for the attack.
So even though they managed to escape before the planes hit, it's just a coindience. Furthermore, he says the message did not identify the WTC but then he refuses to support his assertion. Okay. You've convinced me. :-D

He did confirm that soon after the terrorist attacks on New York, the Odigo employees notified their management, who contacted Israeli security services. In turn, the FBI was informed of the instant-message warning.
So now it is an instant message warning.

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