WikiLeaks Releasing Over Half A Million Text Messages From 9/11

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From 3 AM on Wednesday November 25, 2009, until 3 AM the following day (U.S. East Coast time), WikiLeaks is releasing over half a million U.S. national text pager intercepts. The intercepts cover a 24 hour period surrounding the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and Washington.

The messages are being broadcast “live” to the global community — synchronized to the time of day they were sent. The first message is from 3 AM September 11, 2001, five hours before the first attack, and the last, 24 hours later.

Text pagers are usualy carried by persons operating in an official capacity. Messages in the archive range from Pentagon, FBI, FEMA and New York Police Department exchanges, to computers reporting faults at investment banks inside the World Trade Center.

The archive is a completely objective record of the defining moment of our time. We hope that its entrance into the historical record will lead to a nuanced understanding of how this event led to death, opportunism and war.

An index of messages released so far is available here.

Twitter users may use the hashtag #911txts. We will give status updates at twitter.com/wikileaks.

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  • Word Eater

    Where have these messages been for the past eight years?

    Why leak them now?

  • tonyviner
  • tonyviner

    Who cares? I have some emails from the Civil War. Swear to god.

  • tonyviner

    Who cares? I have some emails from the Civil War. Swear to god.

  • http://killtownsecretarchive.blogspot.com/ KSA crew

    You can go to the bank on the fact that the end is very nigh for 911 liars, stalkers, slanderers.

    As for those who say that it's not appropriate to release personal messages that were texted on 911…. People deserve the truth… What is not right [much less appropriate] is the continual lies and slander that has gone on for years.

    Karma can be a b!tch. Justice is coming and those who deserve their “just desserts” will be finally getting them.