Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Atta's associate Bohringer worked for the CIA?

WAS MOHAMED ATTA'S "CLOSE ASSOCIATE" IN FLORIDA A CIA PILOT?

"Wolfgang Bohringer, the German pilot who was one of Mohamed Atta's closest associates in Florida as well as the subject of an FBI terror alert in the South Pacific, was apprehended (in 2006) and taken into custody, but then was almost immediately released after he told authorities responsible for his capture that he works for the CIA.

"The drama began to unfold a year ago when Wolfgang Bohringer sailed a 47-foot yacht called The Argos to tiny Fanning Island in the scattered South Pacific archipelago of Kiribati, a former British colony and today one of the world's smallest nations.

'"U.S. authorities raised an alarm over the plan by the German pilot — linked to the Sept. 11 terror attacks — to build a flying school in the remote South Pacific island nation,' stated an AP report picked up by the New York Times-owned International Herald Tribune."

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