Did Mossad Deceive the U.S. Military on 9-11?
by Christopher Bollyn
April 2, 2005
the crimes of 9-11 had been properly investigated, these people would have been
investigated and booked long ago. In order to facilitate the computer network
penetration, Mossad set up a IT consultancy and software provider named Ptech
using Lebanese and Arabs as the front-man financiers and founders and keeping a
Jewish American "sayan," or agent, in a critical position.
First a note of background on what Ptech did, from the January 2005 article
"Michael Chertoff and the sabotage of the Ptech investigation" on the Rigorous
Joe Bergantino, a
reporter for WBZ-TV's investigative team, was torn. He could risk breaking a
story based on months of work investigating a software firm linked to terrorism,
or heed the government's demand to hold the story for national security reasons.
In mid-June, Bergantino received a tip from a woman in
investigation revealed that Ptech's clients included many federal governmental
agencies, including the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Naval Air
Command, Congress, the Department of Energy, the Federal Aviation
Administration, the Internal Revenue Service, NATO, the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, the Secret Service and even the White House.
"Ptech was doing
business with every federal government in defense and had access to key
government data," Bergantino said.
Mossad handler at Ptech was, in my opinon, an American named Michael S. Goff,
who is disingenous about what he did, when he worked, and when he left Ptech.
It should be noted that Ptech "got on its feet in 1994." Goff implies that he
left Ptech when Goff Communications began in 1994; this is probably not true.
Here is what Michael Goff's website says about his work there:
Michael was marketing
manager at Ptech, Inc., a leading provider of business process modeling, design
and development software. In this capacity, Michael managed various marketing
programs and activities including public relations, direct mail, Web
development, collateral, trade shows and seminars. Additionally, Michael worked
closely with the Ptech sales organization to perform competitive analysis as
well as manage lead tracking and fulfillment activities.
When Michael first
joined Ptech, he shared responsibilities between marketing and information
systems for the company. As information systems manager, Michael handled design,
deployment and management of its Windows and Macintosh, data, and voice
networks. As part of this effort, Michael developed Lotus Notes-based systems
for sales and marketing lead tracking and IS service and support requests.
Michael also performed employee training and handled all procurement for
software, systems and peripherals.
From Goff Communications website, you will notice that one of his current prize
clients is an Israeli company known as Guardium. Guardium is less than 5 miles
from Hanscom AFB, site of MIT's Lincoln Labs and about the same distance from
Guardium, a "database security" firm, is clearly a Mossad operation working in a
critical area - the same area that the two planes that hit the
Ptech, there appears to have been an American "sayan" [i.e. domestic Jewish
agent who works with the Mossad when necessary], Michael S. Goff, who had
Israeli agents feeding him information and directing him while he worked with
his Lebanese Muslim "partners" in Ptech. Now why would a young American lawyer
working with a good law firm in his home town suddenly leave the practice of law
and work with a dodgy start-up software company owned and financed by a Lebanese
and a Saudi? Goff's family is a well-respected and well-known family in
recruited him to work for Ptech? Under Goff, Ptech software loaded with
trapdoors and Trojan Horses was sold and loaded onto the most sensitive computer
systems that failed miserably on September 11, 2001.
Goff's father and grandfather, Samuel, were accountants who belonged to