Saturday, May 26, 2007


Michael Springmann worked for the US government in Jeddah. He went public about his involvement in a CIA operation that brought hundreds of people from the middle east to the US, issued them passports and trained them to be terrorists. Springmann says that the CIA worked with Bin Laden and his operatives in Jeddah from as early as 1987. - CIA complicit on September 11?

Transcript of CBC (Canada) Interview with Michael SpringmanFormer State Department Official In The US Visa Bureau, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
CBC: you can demonstrate a relationship between the CIA and Osama bin Laden dating back as far as 1987.
Springman: That's right. And as you recall, they believe that this fellow Sheikh Abdel Rahman over in New York that was tied to the first Trade Center bombing, had gotten his visa from a CIA case officer in the Sudan. And that 15 or so of the people who came from Saudi Arabia to participate in the attacks on the WTC and the Pentagon had gotten their visas through the American consular general at Jeddah.
- Transcript of CBC interview with Michael Springman


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