“Evil in Our Backyard:” The Rudi Dekkers Dossier
Daniel Hopsicker - December 21, 2012
When Rudi Dekkers, the man who ran the flight school where terrorists who crashed airliners into the Twin Towers learned to fly was arrested for drug trafficking in Houston last week, one of the first congratulatory calls I received, after covering his continuing criminal activity for the past ten years, was from his son.
That’s right…his son.
By almost any measure, the 9/11 attack was the most spectacular event in recorded history, witnessed worldwide—live—by many hundreds of millions (some say billions) of people. For dramatic impact, nothing else comes even close.
That’s why it was so strange that the American institution which played a crucial role in the story—Huffman Aviation in the tiny retirement community of Venice, on Florida’s sleepy Gulf Coast—was completely ignored as a subject for investigative journalism by the mainstream media.