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Is there proof of Document w199i??
« on: February 27, 2008, 09:05:32 PM »
Is there actual factual hardcore proof that Executive order w199i- was REAL, and not just some figmented imaginary work of fiction by Greg Palast??

Any links to hardcore proof?

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« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2008, 09:56:54 PM »
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Re: Is there proof of Document w199i??
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2008, 10:01:07 PM »
I'll help and try to find it.


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Re: Is there proof of Document w199i??
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List of United States federal executive orders
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The following is an incomplete list of United States federal executive orders.

At the federal level of government in the United States, laws are made almost exclusively by legislation. Such legislation originates as an Act of Congress passed by the Congress of the United States (and its predecessor, the Continental Congress); such acts were either signed into law by the President or passed by Congress after a presidential veto.

However, legislation is not the only source of regulations which have the force of law. There is also judge-made common law and constitutional law. The President can issue executive orders pursuant to a grant of discretion from Congress, or under the inherent powers that office holds to deal with certain matters of foreign policy.

Many early executive orders were not recorded. The State Department began numbering executive orders in the early 1900s, starting retroactively from President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation, issued in 1862.
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    * 1 1800s
    * 2 1900-1959
    * 3 1960s
    * 4 1970s
    * 5 1980s
    * 6 1990s
    * 7 2000s
          o 7.1 George W. Bush (2001-Present)
    * 8 See also
    * 9 References
    * 10 External links

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

[edit] 1800s

    * 1803: Louisiana Purchase - Bought land through government funds
    * 1836: Specie Circular - Required payment for public lands be in gold and silver specie
    * 1863: The Emancipation Proclamation - Freed slaves in states rebelling against the U.S.
    * 1872: The Colville Indian Reservation is created. April 9, 1872

[edit] 1900-1959

Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933-1945) EO's 6071-9537

    * 1933: Executive Order 6102: Prohibited the hoarding of gold coins, gold bullion, and gold certificates
    * 1933: Executive Order 6340: Created the Commodity Credit Corporation
    * 1934: Executive Order 6591:
    * 1935: Executive Order 7034: Created the Works Progress Administration, May 6, 1935
    * 1941: Executive Order 8802: Prohibited discrimination in the defense industry
    * 1941: Executive Order 9102: Created the War Relocation Authority for the internment of Japanese-Americans
    * 1942: Executive Order 9066: Established areas in the U.S. from which any or all persons may be excluded → Japanese-American internment
      U.S. flag design as defined by Executive Order 10834.
      U.S. flag design as defined by Executive Order 10834.
    * 1942: Executive Order 9095: Created the Office of the Alien Property Custodian
    * 1942: Executive Order 9139: Created the War Manpower Commission
    * 1942: Executive Order 9260: Established the rules for awarding the Legion of Merit and required the President's approval for its award

Harry S. Truman (1945-1953) EO's 9538-10431

    * 1947: Executive Order 9835: Established the first general loyalty program designed to root out Communists in the government.
    * 1948: Executive Order 9981: Prohibited discrimination in the armed forces
    * 1952: Executive Order 10340: Ordered Secretary of Commerce to seize steel mills to prevent labor strike. Found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer.

Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961) EO's 10432-10913

    * 1959: Executive Order 10834: Defined the design of the flag of the United States

[edit] 1960s

John F. Kennedy (1961-1963) EO's 10914-11127

    * 1961: Executive Order 10925: Created the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission

    * 1962: Executive Order 11051: Specifies the duties and responsibilities of the Office of Emergency Planning and gives authorization to put ALL executive orders into effect in times deemed to be of increased international tension, economic crisis, and/or financial crisis

    * 1963: Executive Order 11110: Authorized the production of silver bullion-backed silver certificates by the U.S. Treasury

Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969) EO's 11128-11451

    * 1965: Executive Order 11246: Prohibited discrimination in employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
    * 1966: Executive Order 11310: Grants authority to the Department of Justice to enforce the plans set out in Executive Orders, to institute industrial support, to establish judicial and legislative liaison, to control all aliens, to operate penal and correctional institutions, and to advise and assist the President

Richard Nixon (1969-1974) EO's 11452-11797

    * 1969 - E.O. 11452 - E.O. 11503 (52 Executive orders signed)[1]
    * 1970 - E.O. 11504 - E.O. 11575 (72 Executive orders signed)
    * 1971 - E.O. 11576 - E.O. 11638 (63 Executive orders signed)
    * 1972 - E.O. 11639 - E.O. 11693 (55 Executive orders signed)
    * 1973 - E.O. 11694 - E.O. 11757 (64 Executive orders signed)
    * 1974 - E.O. 11758 - E.O. 11797 (40 Executive orders signed)

    * 1969: Executive Order 11478: Prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, or age in the competitive service of the federal civilian workforce, which includes civilians employed by the armed forces and by federal contractors and contractors performing under federally assisted construction contracts. See full text of Executive Order 11478. Some categories were added by Executive Order 12106 in 1978.

[edit] 1970s

Gerald R. Ford (1974-1977) EO's 11798-11966

Gerald Ford (1975-1976)

    * 1975: Executive Order 11850--Renunciation of certain uses in war of chemical herbicides and riot control agents.

    * 1976: Executive Order 11921: Allows the Federal Emergency Preparedness Agency to develop plans to establish control over the mechanisms of production, distribution, energy sources, wages, salaries, credit, and the flow of money.

Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) EO's 11967-12286

    * 1979: Executive Order 12148: Established the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
    * 1979: Executive Order 12170: Allows the freezing of all Iranian assets held within the United States

[edit] 1980s

Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) EO's 12287-12667

    * 1981: Executive Order 12333: Strengthened management of the United States Intelligence Community
    * 1988: Executive Order 12656: Assigmment of Emergency Preparedness Responsibilities

George Bush (1989-1993) EO's 12668-12833

[edit] 1990s

    * 1992: Executive Order 12810: implemented United Nations sanctions against engaging in economic activities in Yugoslavia. Noteworthy for its role in the extradition attempts of Bobby Fischer. (This Executive Order was later terminated in 2003)
    * 1993: Executive Order 12829: Created the National Industrial Security Program

William J. Clinton (1993-2001) EO's 12834-13197

    * 1995: Executive Order 12958: Prescribing a uniform system for classifying, safeguarding, and declassifying national security information
    * 1996: Executive Order 12986: Regarding national parks
    * 1996: Executive Order 13010: Establishment of the Infrastructure Protection Task Force ("IPTF") to help protect critical infrastructure [1]
    * 1998: Executive Order 13087: Prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation in the competitive service of the federal civilian workforce, which includes civilians employed by the armed forces
    * 1999: Executive Order 13112: On Feb 3, 1999, Executive Order 13112 was signed establishing the National Invasive Species Council. The Executive Order requires that a Council of Departments dealing with invasive species be created.
    * 1999: Executive Order 13132: Directs federal agencies to respect constitutional rights of states →Federalism

[edit] 2000s

    * 2000: Executive Order 13158: Established the National Marine Protected Areas Initiative
    * 2000: Executive Order 13166: Required Federal agencies to provide services so that individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP) can have meaningful access to them.

[edit] George W. Bush (2001-Present)

EO's 13198 - 13421 (Through December 28, 2006)

    * Executive Order 13198: Established agency responsibilities with respect to faith-based and community initiatives
          o Signed January 29, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 8497 Dated January 31, 2001
    * Executive Order 13199: Established the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
          o Signed January 29, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 8499 Dated January 31, 2001
    * Executive Order 13200: President's Information Technology Advisory Committee, Further Amendment to Executive Order 13035, as Amended.
          o Signed February 11, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 10183 Dated February 14, 2001
    * Executive Order 13201: Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees.
          o Signed February 17, 2001: Federal Register Page 66 FR 11221 Dated February 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13202: Preservation of Open Competition and Government Neutrality Towards Government Contractors' Labor Relations on Federal and Federally Funded Construction Projects
          o Signed February 17, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 11225 Dated February 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13203: Revocation of Executive Order and Presidential Memorandum Concerning Labor-Management Partnerships
          o Signed February 17, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 11227 Dated February 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13204: Revocation of Executive Order on Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Certain Contracts
          o Signed February 17, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 11228 Dated February 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13205: Establishing an Emergency Board To Investigate a Dispute Between Northwest Airlines, Inc., and Its Employees Represented by the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association.
          o Signed March 9, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 15011 Dated March 14, 2001
    * Executive Order 13206: Termination of Emergency Authority for Certain Export Controls.
          o Signed April 4, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 18397 Dated April 9, 2001
    * Executive Order 13207: Further Amendment to Executive Order 10000, Regulations Governing Additional Compensation and Credit Granted Certain Employees of the Federal Government Serving Outside the United States
          o Signed April 5, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 18399 Dated April 9, 2001
    * Executive Order 13208: Amendment to Executive Order 13202, Preservation of Open Competition and Government Neutrality Towards Government Contractors' Labor Relations on Federal and Federally Funded Construction Projects
          o Signed April 6, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 18399 Dated April 9, 2001
    * Executive Order 13209: Amendment to Executive Order 13183, Establishment of the President's Task Force on Puerto Rico's Status.
          o Signed April 30, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 22105 Dated May 2, 2001
    * Executive Order 13210: President's Commission To Strengthen Social Security
          o Signed May 2, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 22105 Dated May 4, 2001
    * Executive Order 13211: Actions Concerning Regulations That Significantly Affect Energy Supply, Distribution, or Use
          o Signed May 18, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 28355 Dated May 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13212: Actions To Expedite Energy-Related Projects
          o Signed May 18, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 28357 Dated May 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13213: Additional Measures With Respect To Prohibiting the Importation of Rough Diamonds From Sierra Leone
          o Signed May 22, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 28829 Dated May 24, 2001
    * Executive Order 13214: President's Task Force To Improve Health Care Delivery for Our Nation's Veterans.
          o Signed May 28, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 29447 Dated May 31, 2001
    * Executive Order 13215: President's Information Technology Advisory Committee, Further Amendment to Executive Order 13035, as Amended.
          o Signed May 31, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 30285 Dated June 5, 2001
    * Executive Order 13216: Amendment to Executive Order 13125, Increasing Participation of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Federal Programs.
          o Signed June 6, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 31373 Dated June 11, 2001
    * Executive Order 13217: Community-Based Alternatives for Individuals With Disabilities
          o Signed June 18, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 33155 Dated June 21, 2001
    * Executive Order 13218: 21st Century Workforce Initiative
          o Signed June 20, 2001; Federal Register 66 FR 33627 Dated June 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13219: Blocking Property of Persons Who Threaten International Stabilization Efforts in the Western Balkans.
          o Signed June 26, 2001; Federal Register 66 FR 34775 Dated June 29, 2001
    * Executive Order 13220: Waiver Under the Trade Act of 1974 With Respect to the Republic of Belarus.
          o Signed July 2, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 35527 Dated July 5, 2001
    * Executive Order 13221: Energy Efficient Standby Power Devices
          o Signed July 31, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 40571, Dated August 2, 2001
    * Executive Order 13222: Continuation of Export Control Regulations
          o Signed August 17, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 44025 Dated August 22, 2001
    * Executive Order 13223: Ordering the Ready Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty and Delegating Certain Authorities to the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Transportation.
          o Signed September 14, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 48201 Dated September 18, 2001
    * Executive Order 13224: Blocking property and prohibiting transactions with persons who commit, threaten to commit, or support terrorism
          o Signed September 23, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 49079 Dated September 25, 2001
    * Executive Order 13225: Continuance of Certain Federal Advisory Committees
          o Signed September 28, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 50291 Dated October 3, 2001
    * Executive Order 13226: President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
          o Signed September 30, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 50523 Dated October 3, 2001
    * Executive Order 13227: President's Commission on Excellence in Special Education
          o Signed October 2, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 51289 Dated October 5, 2001
    * Executive Order 13228: Establishing the Office of Homeland Security and the Homeland Security Council
          o Signed October 8, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 51812 Dated October 10, 2001
    * Executive Order 13229: Amendment to Executive Order 13045, Extending the Task Force on Environmental Health Risks and Safety Risks to Children
          o Signed October 9, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 52013 Dated October 11, 2001
    * Executive Order 13230: President's Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans
          o Signed October 12, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 52841 Dated October 17, 2001
    * Executive Order 13231: Critical Infrastructure Protection in the Information Age
          o Signed October 16, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 53063 Dated October 18, 2001
    * Executive Order 13232: Further Amendment to Executive Order 10789, as Amended, To Authorize the Department of Health and Human Services To Exercise Certain Contracting Authority in Connection With National Defense Functions
          o Signed October 20, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 53941 Dated October 24, 2001
    * Executive Order 13233: Furthers implementation of the Presidential Records Act
          o Signed November 1, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 56025 Dated November 5, 2001
    * Executive Order 13234:Presidential Task Force on Citizen Preparedness in the War on Terrorism
          o Signed November 9, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 57355 Dated November 15, 2001
    * Executive Order 13235: National Emergency Construction Authority
          o Signed November 16, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 58343 Dated November 20, 2001
    * Executive Order 13236: Waiver of Dual Compensation Provisions of the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement Act of 1964
          o Signed November 27, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 59671 Dated November 29, 2001
    * Executive Order 13237: Creation of the President's Council on Bioethics
          o Signed November 28, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 59851 Dated November 30, 2001
    * Executive Order 13238: Closing of Federal Government Executive Departments and Agencies on Monday, December 24, 2001
          o Signed December 5, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 63903 Dated December 10, 2001
    * Executive Order 13239: Designation of Afghanistan and the Airspace Above as a Combat Zone
          o Signed December 12, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 64907 Dated December 14, 2001
    * Executive Order 13240: Council of Europe in Respect of the Group of States Against Corruption
          o Signed December 18, 2001; Federal Register Page 66 FR 64907
    * Executive Order 13278: President's Commission on the United States Postal Service
    * Executive Order 13292: Further amendment to Executive Order 12958, as amended, classified national security information
    * Executive Order 13303: Protecting the Development Fund for Iraq and certain other property in which Iraq has an interest
    * Executive Order 13326: President's Commission on implementation of United States space exploration policy
    * Executive Order 13388: Further strengthening the sharing of terrorism Information to protect Americans
    * Executive Order 13395: Designating the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria as a public international organization entitled to enjoy certain privileges, exemptions, and immunities
    * Executive Order 13396: Blocking property of certain persons contributing to the conflict in Côte d'Ivoire
    * Executive Order 13397: Responsibilities of the Department of Homeland Security with respect to faith-based and community initiatives
    * Executive Order 13398: National Mathematics Advisory Panel
    * Executive Order 13406: Limits the Federal Government's use of eminent domain to situations in which the seizure is for public use, with just compensation, and is intended to benefit the general public, excluding certain specific instances
    * Blocking Property of Certain Persons Who Threaten Stabilization Efforts in Iraq
    * National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive: address continuity of government in the event of a "catastrophic emergency" disrupting the U.S. population, economy, environment, infrastructure and government policy.

[edit] See also

    * List of sources of law in the United States
    * List of United States federal legislation
    * National Security Directive

[edit] References

   1. ^ Disposition of Executive orders signed by President Richard Nixon. The Federal Register. Retrieved on 2007-08-07.

[edit] External links

National Archives and Records Administration:

    * Executive Orders
    * Disposition Tables of Executive Orders
    * Codification of Executive Orders
    * About Executive Orders

    * A complete list of Executive Orders and their texts can be found at:
          o Federation of American Scientists Intelligence Resource Program

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An executive order in the United States is a directive issued by the President, the head of the executive branch of the federal government. In other countries, similar edicts may be known as decrees, or orders-in-council.

US Presidents have issued executive orders since 1789, usually to help direct the operation of executive officers. Some orders do have the force of law when made in pursuance of certain Acts of Congress, when those acts give the President discretionary powers.


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    * 1 Basis in US Constitution
    * 2 History and usage
    * 3 Criticisms
          o 3.1 Legal conflicts
    * 4 State governors' executive orders
    * 5 See also
    * 6 Further reading
    * 7 Citations
    * 8 External links

[edit] Basis in US Constitution
Leland-Boker Authorized Edition of the Emancipation Proclamation, printed in June 1864 with a presidential signature
Leland-Boker Authorized Edition of the Emancipation Proclamation, printed in June 1864 with a presidential signature

US Presidents have issued executive orders since 1789. There is no Constitutional provision or statute that explicitly permits this, aside from the vague grant of "executive power" given in Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution and the statement "take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed" in Article II, Section 3. Most executive orders are orders issued by the President to US executive officers to help direct their operation, the result of failing to comply being removal from office.

Other types of executive orders are:

    * National Security Directives
    * Homeland Security Presidential Directives (presidential decision directives)

[edit] History and usage

Until the early 1900s, executive orders went mostly unannounced and undocumented, seen only by the agencies to which they were directed. However, the Department of State instituted a numbering scheme for executive orders in 1907, starting retroactively with an order issued on October 20, 1862, by President Abraham Lincoln. That order became necessary when Union forces captured New Orleans; Lincoln issued the order to establish military courts in Louisiana. Today, only National Security Directives are kept from the public.

Until the 1950s, there were no rules or guidelines outlining what the president could or could not do through an executive order. However, the Supreme Court ruled in Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer, 343 US 579 (1952) that Executive Order 10340 from President Harry S. Truman placing all steel mills in the country under federal control was invalid because it attempted to make law, rather than clarify or act to further a law put forth by the Congress or the Constitution. Presidents since this decision have generally been careful to cite which specific laws they are acting under when issuing new executive orders.

Wars have been fought upon executive order, including the 1999 Kosovo War during Bill Clinton's second term in office. However, all such wars have had authorizing resolutions from Congress. The extent to which the president may exercise military power independently of Congress and the scope of the War Powers Resolution remain unresolved constitutional issues.

[edit] Criticisms

Critics[attribution needed] have accused presidents of abusing executive orders, of using them to make laws without Congressional approval, and of moving existing laws away from their original mandates. Large policy changes with wide-ranging effects have been effected through executive order, including the integration of the armed forces under Harry Truman and the desegregation of public schools under Dwight D. Eisenhower.

One extreme example of an executive order is Executive Order 9066, where Franklin D. Roosevelt delegated military authority to remove all people (used to target specifically Japanese Americans and German Americans) in a military zone. The authority delegated to General John L. DeWitt subsequently paved the way for all Japanese-Americans on the West Coast to be sent to internment camps for the duration of World War II. Thousands of German Americans and Italian Americans were also sent to internment camps under executive order.

Executive Order 13233, which restricted public access to information was more recently criticised by the Society of American Archivists and other groups, stating that it "violates both the spirit and letter of existing US law on access to presidential papers as clearly laid down in 44 USC. 2201-2207," and adding that the order "potentially threatens to undermine one of the very foundations of our nation."

Critics fear that the president could make himself a de facto dictator by side-stepping the other branches of government and making autocratic laws. The Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben in particular has criticized the generalization since World War I of the use of executive orders or decrees by all Western democracies, declaring that this tends toward the constitution of a "permanent state of exception." The presidents, however, cite executive order as often the only way to clarify laws passed through the Congress, laws which often require vague wording in order to please all political parties involved in their creation.

[edit] Legal conflicts

To date, US courts have overturned only two executive orders: the aforementioned Truman order, and a 1996 order issued by President Clinton that attempted to prevent the US government from contracting with organizations that had strike-breakers on the payroll. [1] Congress may overturn an executive order by passing legislation in conflict with it or by refusing to approve funding to enforce it. In the former, the president retains the power to veto such a decision; however, the Congress may override a veto with a two-thirds majority to end an executive order. It has been argued that a Congressional override of an executive order is a nearly impossible event due to the super majority vote required and the fact that such a vote leaves individual lawmakers very vulnerable to political criticism. [2]

The precedent in Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States might be of some relevance. The Supreme Court ruled that Congress cannot give the president power to create laws, so it would follow that an executive order in restraint of a law, not enforcing, would be beyond the president's power.

[edit] State governors' executive orders

Executive orders as issued by state governors are not laws but do have the same binding nature.

[edit] See also

    * List of United States federal executive orders

[edit] Further reading

Howell, William G., Power without Persuasion: The Politics of Direct Presidential Action, Princeton University Press, 2003.

Mayer, Kenneth R., With the Stroke of a Pen: Executive Orders and Presidential Power, Princeton University Press, 2002.

Warber, Adam L., Executive Orders and the Modern Presidency: Legislating from the Oval Office, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2006.

[edit] Citations

   1. ^ Catherine Edwards, “Emergency Rule, Abuse of Power?”, Insight on the News, August 23, 1999, Pg. 18
   2. ^ Harold Hongju Koh, The National Security Constitution: Sharing Power after the Iran-Contra Affair, 1990, pg. 118-9
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Re: Is there proof of Document w199i??
« Reply #4 on: February 27, 2008, 10:28:33 PM »
Looks like we all went searching at the same time.   I found the same document which IridiumKEPfactor found.  Here is the problem - there is no executive order w199i and if you read executive orders like we all just did, then you will see that there would not be such an order specifically ordering some agent to stop an investigation.  BUT according to the original story, transcript here http://propagandamatrix.com/newsnight_greg_palast_report.html, Greg Palast never said it was an executive order rather he said it was a "secret" FBI correspondence.

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In the eight weeks since the attacks, over 1,000 suspects and potential witnesses have been detained. Yet, just days after the hijackers took off from Boston aiming for the Twin Towers, a special charter flight out of the same airport whisked 11 members of Osama Bin Laden's family off to Saudi Arabia. That did not concern the White House.

Their official line is that the Bin Ladens are above suspicion - apart from Osama, the black sheep, who they say hijacked the family name. That's fortunate for the Bush family and the Saudi royal household, whose links with the Bin Ladens could otherwise prove embarrassing. But Newsnight has obtained evidence that the FBI was on the trail of other members of the] Bin Laden family for links to terrorist organisations before and after September 11th.

This document is marked "Secret". Case ID - 199-Eye WF 213 589. 199 is FBI code for case type. 9 would be murder. 65 would be espionage. 199 means national security. WF indicates Washington field office special agents were investigating ABL - because of it's relationship with the World Assembly of Muslim Youth, WAMY - a suspected terrorist organisation. ABL is Abdullah Bin Laden, president and treasurer of WAMY.

This is the sleepy Washington suburb of Falls Church, Virginia where almost every home displays the Stars and Stripes. On this unremarkable street, at 3411 Silver Maple Place, we located the former home of Abdullah and another brother, Omar, also an FBI suspect. It's conveniently close to WAMY. The World Assembly of Muslim Youth is in this building, in a little room in the basement at 5613 Leesburg Pike. And here, just a couple blocks down the road at 5913 Leesburg, is where four of the hijackers that attacked New York and Washington are listed as having lived.

The US Treasury has not frozen WAMY's assets, and when we talked to them, they insisted they are a charity. Yet, just weeks ago, Pakistan expelled WAMY operatives. And India claimed that WAMY was funding an organisation linked to bombings in Kashmir. And the Philippines military has accused WAMY of funding Muslim insurgency. The FBI did look into WAMY, but, for some reason, agents were pulled off the trail. 

I could not tell you how Greg Palast intercepted the correspondence or what really the scanned document above means.  According to Palast and others it proves that the government stopped investigating the very people who later pulled off the attacks. 

This document confirms that the FBI and others were investigating the Bin Ladens for terrorism and the MSM confirms the other half that Bush let the Bin Ladens leave on the day of 9/11.  To me that is the crux of the argument.

It is possible that the whole ordeal has turned into dis info with people spreading the information that it was an executive order when it was not, then the counter argument easily wins by saying show me the document. 

Abunai - I am not saying that you are doing this in any way.  I am describing the google results I found for w199i.

When you search for this document on google you see tons of forums where truthers are "debunked" or given a hard time because he/she said without knowing the origin that this EO existed, then the next skeptic shows up and says - show me the money. 

Well this document is where it ends unless someone found the other 29 pages mentioned in the excerpt below the scanned document.

Having gone through all this research I feel better about the claim so long as the words EO are dropped.  Indeed it seems the FBI by their own document was following Bin Laden assets and at some point where told to stop.

More thoughts on the subject....

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Re: Is there proof of Document w199i??
« Reply #5 on: February 28, 2008, 12:07:33 AM »
i do not think that document is as important as able danger personally.  but as far as palast, i have never found him to spread disinfo.  i have seen him go schitzo against SJ, but that was short lived and he corrected it.  Also SJ accepted his apology.  If SJ is not holding a grudge, i sure as hell am not.

but like i said earlier, able danger is more at the heart of the matter and is was a clear evidence of obstruction.
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Re: Is there proof of Document w199i??
« Reply #6 on: February 21, 2012, 10:40:42 PM »
Bump for keeping track of this thread.

i do not think that document is as important as able danger personally.  but as far as palast, i have never found him to spread disinfo.  i have seen him go schitzo against SJ, but that was short lived and he corrected it.  Also SJ accepted his apology.  If SJ is not holding a grudge, i sure as hell am not.

but like i said earlier, able danger is more at the heart of the matter and is was a clear evidence of obstruction.


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Re: Is there proof of Document w199i??
« Reply #7 on: February 23, 2017, 12:54:27 PM »

I could not tell you how Greg Palast intercepted the correspondence or what really the scanned document above means.  According to Palast and others it proves that the government stopped investigating the very people who later pulled off the attacks. 

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