On Friday, March 5, 2004, the US Attorney for Minnesota announced the indictment of Kieger Enterprises and three of its former officers. They were were charged with
engaging in a fraud scheme to enrich themselves by taking advantage of funds available for disaster relief efforts, including those for the clean-up efforts related to the . . . September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center. . . .
United States Attorney District of Minnesota News Release
USA Today published a follow-up story, 9/11 thefts not prosecuted after FBI misdeeds, in 2006. In that story, it was revealed that other thefts connected to 9/11 had taken place and covered-up, including the theft of artifacts from Ground Zero and The Pentagon. It was concluded that no prosecution could take place, and one reason was that
16 government employees, including a top FBI executive and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, had such artifacts from New York or the PentagonRead more at (of all places) Fox News: AP Report: Sept. 11 Thefts of Donated Goods Not Prosecuted
Yep! The Secretary of State of the United States during the Bush II Administration was in possession of artifacts stolen from a 9/11 site; and because he was in possession of these stolen artifacts, the government could not prosecute a corporation that had robbed a warehouse of relief supplies for Ground Zero.
Everybody walked away. Even the whistle-blowers were made to walk away from their jobs when they were terminated for revealing the theft.
Whatever Happened To Kieger Enterprises? Nothing!
It's good to be well-connected.
Kyle G. Brixton
Kyle G. Brixton