Monday, March 27, 2006

Why Moussaoui has spoken out

Moussaoui Says He Was Part of Plot to Attack White House . Why has Moussaoui spoken out now?

"Charlie Sheen questions the official story of September 11th.

"Sheen's words - and four years of hard work by 9/11 skeptics - are making a difference.

"It is suddenly allowable to voice your suspicions about September 11th. The official mythology is losing its sway with the American people. Suddenly, a spokesperson is invited to appear on CNN" - ::::: The 9/11 Truth Movement

The case against Moussaoui was in difficulty.

So, the CIA needs to have Moussaoui speak out. The official version needs to be reinforced.

Moussaoui is a patsy.


From Hijackers Patsies :The FBI were all over these patsies:

*One lived with an FBI informant in San Diego.

*Even the FBI (in the field) says that superiors in the FBI (HQ) altered reports, foiling the inquiry into Moussaoui,Zacarias:

A senior F.B.I. agent (Rowley) in Minneapolis has accused a supervisor at the agency's Washington headquarters of altering a report in a way that made it impossible for investigators to obtain crucial evidence in the case of Zacarias Moussaoui, the so-called 20th hijacker, before the Sept. 11 attacks on New York and Washington, government officials said today. NYT 1

Some of the hijackers worked with or for the US government:

* Zacarias Moussaoui claimed he had been under observation before 9/11 and that the hijackers' movements had been facilitated by the U.S. government.

* The wife on one of the patsies says in sworn testimony that they were paid by the US government.

* Mohammed Atta attended the Defense Language Institute at Monterey.

* Three of the alleged hijackers listed their address on drivers licenses and car registrations as the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla.

* One attended "California's Defense Language Institute in Presidio of Monterey, California.


Moussaoui - tool of the security services?

Moussaoui was arrested a month before the September 11 attacks.

Moussaoui had been attending a flight school.

The instructor and a vice president of the flight school tried repeatedly to get the FBI to investigate Moussaoui. (Minneapolis Star-Tribune, New York Times December 22.)

The vice president of the flight school, who briefed Minnesota Congressmen James Oberstar and Martin Sabo, said it took four to six phone calls to the FBI to find an agent who would help.

Moussaoui was eventually detained by the Immigration and Naturalization Service on visa charges.

Local FBI investigators in Minneapolis suspected Moussaoui of being a terrorist and sought a warrant to search the hard drive of Moussaoui's home computer.

This was rejected by higher-level officials in Washington, who claimed there was insufficient evidence to meet the legal requirements for the warrant.

In 1996, Abdul Hakim Murad testified in court that he worked for Al Qaeda and that he had trained at the Airman Flight School in Norman, Oklahoma.

FBI agents knew Moussaoui had attended the Airman Flight School in Norman, Oklahoma.

On August 26, FBI headquarters was told by French intelligence that Moussaoui had ties to the Al Qaeda organization and Osama bin Laden.

A special counterterrorism panel of the FBI and CIA concluded there was insufficient evidence that Moussaoui represented any threat, despite his refusal to answer questions and the French allegations.

Moussaoui was not transferred from INS detention to FBI custody until after September 11.

Several of the September 11 hijackers, including Mohammed Atta, the alleged ringleader, were under direct surveillance by US agencies as suspected terrorists during 2000 and 2001.

Yet they were allowed to travel freely into and out of the US and eventually carry out their plans.


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