Until that horrific day in September 2001, individuals and businesses relied on our government to handle the threat of terrorist attacks. Few businesses and individuals believed that they could fall victim to attacks by terrorists on their own soil, believing that such attacks only happened in other, far-away countries. It is a fair assessment that the majority of those within our government, law enforcement agencies, businesses and citizens were caught by surprise by the attacks of 9/11. Since then, the general public has been receiving numerous and varied warnings issued by our government, and everyone seems to be waiting for the next “event” to occur. Based on the complex social and political events that have taken place over the last few years, many people have become less certain about the accuracy of the information that is being provided to them, whether through the corporate media or directly through government sources.
The Northeast Intelligence Network is comprised of a network of veteran, licensed professional investigators, analysts, military affairs specialists and researchers who have combined their resources in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States by Islamic terrorists. Team members volunteers their time and combine their expertise to fill a specific niche in the private sector to research, investigate and analyze potential terrorist threats that continue to face the United States. Each professional member of the Northeast Intelligence Network excels in their various fields of expertise and has a proven track record of successes.
The mission of the Northeast Intelligence Network consists of the following:
Our Logo: What it means
As shown above, the Northeast Intelligence Network logo consists of four wing-like shapes, three blue and one red.
The three blue “wings” represent the victims of the three planes that were hijacked and crashed into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon in American Airlines Flights 11 and 77, and United Airlines Flight 175.
The red “wing” represents the victims aboard United Airlines Flight 93.
Having the benefit of more information and more time than the victims on the other three flights, the passengers and surviving flight attendants together decided to retake control of the aircraft from the terrorists. The attempt is memorialized by the words of one victim, Todd Beamer, as he was heard to say “let’s roll.”
The red wing further represents our response to the call for action against terrorism using the tools and abilities we have at our disposal, similar in spirit to those aboard flight 93.
The close proximity of all four wings also signifies our unity and unified approach in that quest, gathered by a common cause.