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By Davy de Verteuil ; 07 January 02
The 15-year-old who crashed a small plane into a skyscraper wrote a note expressing sympathy for Osama bin Laden (and support for the Sept.11 terrorist attacks, police said.)?
Tampa Police Chief Bennie Holder said there was no evidence Charles J. Bishop had terrorist ties. Holder said Bishop was a loner with few friends, and that the boy wrote that he acted alone.
Bishop often talked about planes with a friend in their journalism class.
After the Sept. 11 terrorist, he said, Bishop read a paper to the class. ``It was real expressive about how he felt, how disappointed he was, Derek Perryman, a classmate of Bishop at East Lake High School in Palm Harbor, said.
Neighbors said Bishop kept to himself.
I'd really like the American government to tell the American people what really were Bishop’s grievances.
Surely he is no ordinary youth. He 'Bishop' demonstrated a very high degree of intelligence common sense and frustration.
Therein lies America's future "real” problem, those that pent-up hatred when they aren't given the means (Media) to address there elected representatives, government and the public at large.
Bishop a student journalist evidently had something to say to the American people but there were neither recourse nor avenues.
Like the old saying goes; action speaks louder than words.
America continues to miss the point.
What was the first thing President Bush did, he contacted Homeland Security.
Though all investigations hurriedly admitted that Bishop is no terrorist neither did he had any contacts to any terrorist group this kind of act again refutes denials that 911 was not home bred.
Will there now be some kind of profiling for enlightened teen-loners attending journalist classes who talks about aircrafts and submarines?
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