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John O'Neil and Jerome Hauer come up in Questions to LAPD Chief Bratton

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Uploaded on Feb 24, 2009

LAPD Chief Bratton Questioned about John O'Neil (also seen spelled "O'Neill") and Jerome Hauer and the plight First Responders.

Chief Bratton says that the health and lives of the FIrst Responders is not his area of responsibility.

Jerome Hauer is a Bio-Warfare expert who is well known in New York City for having created former mayor Rudolph Giuliani's Office of Emergency Management (OEM) in World Trade Center 7 the building that inexplicably imploded in a freefall on September 11, 2001, without having been hit by an airplane. Hauer's corporate affiliations include SAIC, Batelle, CSC-DynCorp, Hollis-Eden, and one of the nation's most powerful private investigative and security firms Kroll Inc., among others. Now BioPort has been added to his resume.

On the eve of 9/11, in NYC, Hauer was having drinks with his close friend, the recently retired FBI Agent and "Osama-Chaser," John O'Neil. At that time O'Neil was the head of security at the World Trade Center complex, a position Hauer had helped him to get. O'Neil died in the World Trade Center on 9/11, and it was Hauer who identified his body.

Hauer was quoted by Newsday staff writer Laurie Garrett on her personal blog as saying, "John O'Neill was head of the FBI's counterterrorism branch in Washington. He led every important investigation you can name — the USS Cole, Tanzania, Kenya bombings. He retired three weeks ago. I helped him get the job as head of security for the World Trade Center. And the irony is, the guy he chased for most of his career killed him."

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Camera and edit: Paul Wittenberger

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