Two Instant Messages Warned of the World Trade Center Attacks before They Happened–Unproven!
Summary of eRumor:
The email says that a couple of messages were received by two employees of the instant messaging company Odigo that warned of the World Trade Center Attack two hours before they occurred.
This is a report that was published on September 27 in Newsbytes by Brian McWilliams. It said that two Odigo employees in Israel received text messages warning of an attack on the World Trade center two hours before the attacks took place.
A September 28 article from IDG News Service, however, says the message was a non-specific threat that did not mention the World Trade Center. Alex Diamendis of Odigo said it was the timing of the message that made it unusual.
The FBI is investigating.