Jerome Hauer

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(deep state functionary)
Religion Jew


On the morning of 9/11, Hauer was interviewed by Dan Rather:

Dan Rather: Based on what you know, and I recognize we're dealing with so few facts, is it possible that just a plane crash could have collapsed these buildings, or would it have required the, sort of, prior positioning of other explosives in the, uh, in the buildings? I mean, what do you think?

Jerome Hauer: No, I, uh, my sense is just the velocity of the plane and the fact that you have a plane filled with fuel hitting that building, uh, that burned, uh, the velocity of that plane, uh, certainly, uh, uh, had an impact on the structure itself, and then the fact that it burned and you had that intense heat, uh, probably weakened the structure as well, uh, and I think it, uh, was, uh, simply the, uh, the planes hitting the buildings... causing the collapse.

Dan Rather: What perspective can you give us? I mean, there have been these repeated reports that, well, yes, Osama Bin Laden, but some think he's been over-emphasized as, as responsible for these kinds of events. I know many intelligence, uh, people at very high levels who say, listen, you can't have these kinds of attacks without having some state, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Syria, somebody involved. Put that into perspective for us.

Jerome Hauer: Yeah, well I'm not sure I agree that, umm, this is necessarily state-sponsored. Umm, it, as I mentioned earlier, certainly has, umm, the, uh, fingerprints of somebody like Bin Laden.[1]


The Washington Post reported that on the advice of Jerome Hauer, the anti-biotic Cipro was administered to Dick Cheney and his close staff as "a precaution" on the evening of 9/11, days before the anthrax letters were mailed.[2][3]

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  2. Sobieraj, Sandra (October 21, 2001). "White House Mail Machine Has Anthrax". Washington Post. Retrieved December 18, 2013. 
  3. Jerome Hauer Cipro advice to White House