Elias Davidsson: 9/11, International Law, and No Proof of Muslim Hijackers
From Kevin Barrett's newsletter -- Kevin writes:
Elias is one of the worldâ€™s leading 9/11 researchers. He did a terrific job on my show today, 4/25/08 explaining why the US governmentâ€™s failure to provide evidence that Muslims were on the alleged 9/11 attack planes is itself evidence that there were no Muslims on those planes. He pointed out that the US government was obliged by its own law and international law, as well as by its interest in supporting its version of events, to immediately provide what should have been easily available evidence documenting the boarding of all 19 men: the official passenger lists, boarding passes, eyewitness reports from airline personnel, surveillance camera videos, and DNA evidence from the alleged crash sites. The fact that no such evidence has been provided, and attempts to find this evidence have been rebuffed, (1) constitutes overwhelming evidence that there were no Muslims on the planes, and that the official story is thus a blood libel of historic proportions; (2) constitutes overwhelming evidence of conspiracy to obstruct justice, and (3) makes the US government itself the leading suspect in the murder of nearly 3,000 people on 9/11. Below is his press release announcing his memorandum to the UN. Elias is optimistic that this will be actionable, and he urges all participants in the cover-up to jump off the sinking ship while thereâ€™s still time.
UN Expert Urged to Obtain Facts regarding the Mass Murder of September 11, 2001 (from Elias Davidsson)
April 25, 2008
On April 14, 2008, Icelandic scholar and human rights activist Elias Davidsson submitted to the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions a detailed memorandum describing the failure of the United States government to adequately investigate the mass murder that occurred on September 11, 2001, establish the truth and bring those responsible to justice. His submission is based on the following principles of human rights that have been affirmed by the United Nations and human rights tribunals, and reaffirmed by a panel of distinguished personalities concerned with the need to establish the truth on the mass murder of September 11, 2001. These include Prof. Ali Khan, Law Faculty, Washburn University (USA); Dr. Daniele Ganser, Historisches Seminar, University of Basle (CH); Dr. Kevin Barrett, Co-Founder of the Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth (USA); Jim Fetzer, Distinguished McKnight University Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota (USA) and Prof. Lynn Margulis, Distinguished University Professor, MIT and member of the National Academy of Sciences (USA):
1. Principle: Relatives of victims of extrajudicial killings are entitled to know the truth about the circumstances surrounding these killings and the identities of the perpetrators
2. Principle: Society as a whole is entitled to see perpetrators of extrajudicial killings identified and brought to justice
3. Principle: Governments are under the moral and legal obligation to carry out, in good faith, investigations into cases of extrajudicial killings occurring on their soil.
The Submission to the Special Rapporteur, for which Mr. Davidsson is alone responsible, demonstrates that the United States government has failed to act in conformity with these principles:
1. It failed to positively establish the identities of the perpetrators of the mass murder of September 11, 2001, the identities of the planners and sponsors and the identities of the tools of crime. It thus grossly failed to establish the truth on this massive deprivation of the right to life, to which the relatives of the victims and society as a whole are morally and legally entitled.
2. It failed to bring any of the perpetrators, organizers and sponsors to justice, thus failing the expectation of the international community, as reflected in UN Security Council Resolution 1368 of September 12, 2001.
3. It attempted to prevent investigations of this mass murder to take place, condoned the destruction of forensic evidence, gagged witnesses and suppressed evidence crucial to understanding what happened on the fateful day.
The mass murder of September 11, 2001 represented a crime against humanity. As none of those responsible for this crime against humanity have been brought to trial, the Special Rapporteur is called upon, in the light of the "stakes involved for international peace, international law and human rights" and in conformity with his Mandate, to "seek explanations from the US authorities for their failure to (a) adequately investigate the events of 9/11; (b) positively identify the authors of the crime; and (c) bring them to justice." Moreover, the Special Rapporteur is requested to present his findings "to the appropriate UN bodies" as envisaged by his Mandate.
Editors and politicians are encouraged to join in requesting that UN human rights bodies, including the Special Rapporteur, seek explanations for the failure by the United States government to fulfil its international obligations with regard to the crime against humanity committed on September 11, 2001. The full memorandum submitted to the UN Special Rapporteur can be downloaded from:
Elias Davidsson can be contacted at:
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