Terrorism and Deadliest Enabling Scandals of 21st Century is a factual and documented description of a long series of terrorist attacks against U.S. targets were caused, and enabled to succeed by a combination of incompetence, misconduct, and actual criminal misconduct. The primary enablers were employees in the FBI and other U.S. Department of Justice offices, with details and documentation starting in the mid-1960s. Included, but not limited, is the truth behind the 1993 World Trade Center, Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, the downing of TWA Flight 800, the Embassy bombings in Africa, and the 9/11 airliner hijackings. Of especially interest is the deep-sixing of advance information on the first series of terrorist attacks provided by high officials in the U.S. Department of Justice. The advance information was provided by a mole in the al Qaeda cell headed by al Qaeda operative Ramzi Yousef. That deep-sixing, part of a scheme to discredit that mole, enabled the terrorist acts to succeed, which included 9/11, and then led to two wars, thousands of deaths, a gigantic increase in people hating Americans. All of these latest catastrophic events were the result of the criminal cover-up of the advance information. The book is authored by former federal airline safety inspector Rodney Stich, with the input from his dozens of other former federal agents in covert and law enforcement--and, that mole in the al Qaeda cell. This book is dynamist--if understood.