No it doesn't. That's what you get from it. That's not what I get from it. It's not about incompetency. It's about sabotage.
Here is evidence in front of you. Zaccharias was detained August 15th 2001. Agents were prevented from searching his laptop. That's an example of a little piece in the big picture. You claim it's incompetency. Preventing an agent from searching someones laptop is sabotage.
Let's face it, there are so many holes and millions are questioning this staged event. One day the truth will come out I don't think they will be able to keep everyone silent for much longer.
I wasn't claiming incompetency I was claiming interagency rivalry as the reason they couldnt get into his laptop. I was claiming incompetency as one of he many things they are not wanting to go public if another investigation is done. Hoarding evidence, witnesses, information is part of what I mean when I say inter agency rivalry.
And that's of course if that article is accurate and not spun. Which from past experience with deeply researching things like this from CTers is common.
There are not that many real holes when you question them objectively weighing evidence for and against.
That's why it's important to draw a big picture, because without it, you can make things into many shapes and sizes. Which is what truthers tend to do. Draw the picture quad, try it.