Thursday, June 09, 2011


Do the security services protect the 'terrorists'?

In 1995, Michael Scheuer became head of the CIA unit tracking Osama bin laden.

In May 1999, former CIA agent Michael Scheuer knew exactly where Osama bin Laden was living in Kandahar city, in Afghanistan.

But President Bill Clinton refused to act.

Scheur was removed from his job of tracking bin Laden.

Scheuer resigned completely from the CIA in 2004, unwilling to remain silent after the whitewash report on 9/11

Clinton had ten chances to kill or capture bin Laden between May 1998 and May 1999. George Bush had several chances.

It was recently claimed that Osama had been living in luxury in Pakistan.

Was that simply the American narrative to discredit him?

"I think it was," says Scheuer.

(Osama Bin Laden by Michael Scheuer. Article in Scotland on Sunday on June 5th 2011)

The CIA's Bin Laden Hunter Was Ordered to Stand Down 10 Times according to an article in The New American 6 June 2011

Michael Scheuer told the Daily Telegraph in a recent interview that on 10 separate occasions he was prevented by his superiors from capturing or killing Osama.

In 1995, Osama was running several businesses in Sudan.

Scheuer suggested disrupting these businesses.

"We formulated operations and submitted them for approval but they would not approve any of them," Scheuer told the Daily Telegraph.

In 1997, when Osama was in Afghanistan, Scheuer trained some Afghans to capture him.

There were at least two 'clear opportunities' to capture Osama by the middle of 1998, according to Scheuer.

But in both cases, says Scheuer, the CIA bosses refused to take action.

In August 1998, Osama's network allegedly bombed two American embassies in Africa.

Scheuer told the Telegraph that there were at least eight other chances to get Osama.

But top CIA officials still refused to authorize Osama's capture or assassination.

In 1999, sent a letter to the top CIA officials asking what was going on.

Scheuer was dismissed from his position.

He was reinstated after the 9 11 attacks.

A few months later, Osama was reportedly in the mountains of Tora Bora mountains in Afghanistan.

But, high-level officials let him escape.

A Senate investigation in 2009 explained that "calls for reinforcements to launch an assault were rejected. Requests were also turned down for U.S. troops to block the mountain paths leading to sanctuary a few miles away in Pakistan...

"The vast array of American military power … was kept on the sidelines."

According to the report, the decision not to capture or assassinate Osama, or cut off his escape route, was made by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his top commander, Gen. Tommy Franks.

"The review of existing literature, unclassified government records and interviews with central participants underlying this report removes any lingering doubts and makes it clear that Osama bin Laden was within our grasp at Tora Bora," says the Senate report.

Other examples of bin Laden being deliberately allowed to escape by senior officials in the United States and other governments have appeared in recent years.

Currently, Obama is backing rebels in Libya and certain rebel leadership elements are known to be affiliated directly with al-Qaeda and related groups.


1. On 27 February 2008, alleged terrorist Mas Selamat Kastari escaped from the Whitley Road Detention Centre, in Singapore.

The detention centre has armed guards, high wire fences and CCTV cameras. Singapore is a country where "security breaches are virtually unheard of",[18][19]

Kastari is the suspected Singapore leader of the Southeast Asian 'terrorist network' Jemaah Islamiyah.

Jemaah Islamiyah has been blamed for bombings that killed 202 people, mostly foreign tourists, on Indonesia's Bali island in 2002. (Singapore detention center officials sacked over terror leader's ... / A PERFECT HIDING PLACE)

Singapore authorities have alleged that Kastari planned to crash seven bomb-filled trucks at various locations around Singapore.[2]

In January 2006, Kastari was arrested by Indonesian anti-terror squads in Java and deported to Singapore.

He was suspected of plotting to bomb Singapore Changi Airport in 2002,[3] and, according to the Singapore Police Force, he had initially planned to do so by crashing a plane into the airport.[2]

However, Kastari has never been formally charged with any terrorism-related offences;[4] instead, he was detained under the country's Internal Security Act, which allows indefinite detention without trial.[5]

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2. Rashid Rauf, British 'terrorist mastermind' of the alleged plot to blow up at least 10 transatlantic airliners, escaped from custody. -Top British terror suspect escapes

3. Jamal al-Badawi was convicted in 2004 of planning and carrying out the USS Cole bombing.

He escaped from prison in 2004.

In October 2007, al-Badawi, after pledging loyalty to Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, has been told that he is a free man. ( )

4. Omar Al-Faruq was described as being the mastermind of the Bali bomb plot.

Al-Faruq was arrested in Bogor on June 5, 2002 and handed over to the US authorities.

Former Indonesian State Intelligence Coordinating Board (BAKIN) chief A.C. Manulang was quoted by Tempo as saying that Al-Faruq was most likely a CIA-recruited agent. Omar Al-Faruq Recruited by The CIA

A Pentagon official in Washington has confirmed that al-Faruq escaped from a U.S. detention facility in Bagram, Afghanistan, on 10 July 2005. (Pakistan News Service - PakTribune)

5. Haroon Rashid Aswat was described as being the mastermind of the 7 July London bombings.

The authorities stated that Aswat had made mobile telephone calls to two of the 7 July bombers. ('Batley man' linked to bin Laden and bombers - Yorkshire Evening Post)

After Aswat was handed over to the UK police, Scotland Yard police headquarters said, on 7 August 2005, that detectives were not interested in speaking to Aswat about the London attacks. (

Reportedly, Aswat worked for MI6.



Noor al Haqiqa said...

I have gotten to the point with the bin Laden diversion that confusing us with details after conflicting details is to keep our wheels spinning when in all truth we should have just left the mud patch behind and moved on. Instead we get bogged down and miss other matters of importance.

We know he was a CIA operative. We hear he was called Tim Oman.

We hear he died here, there, everywhere. At this time or that time or ....

Who knows he might be on a private island sipping mai tais with his childhood chum Saddam around this time of day.

The important things we know, I am ready to leave him behind... this last hoopla has been to instigate more war around Pakistan and in this case... that is to me at least, the thing I prefer to concentrate on.

Obama bin gone awhile is gone.... Just wonder who is replacing him... Qadaffi? There are a few likely candidates....

Anonymous said...

Michael said...

"However, Kastari has never been formally charged with any terrorism-related offences;[4] instead, he was detained under the country's Internal Security Act, which allows indefinite detention without trial.[5]"

Probably a good thing he escaped, though this is likely no innocent man it is absolute tyranny to have indefinite detention.

CS said...

Those who find details about Bin Laden confusing can move on to simpler questions if they wish.

But public perception is largely determined by the frequency with which certain ideas, some true and some false, are publicly reiterated.

The reiteration and organization of facts about Bin Laden that contradict the MSM memes about terrorists and terrorism is not, therefore, something to be casually dismissed.

And the overall message provided here is neither confusing nor wheel-spinning. It makes a very strong case for the view that the MSM story on terrorism is a preposterous fabrication.

Anonymous said...

Well, of course, they're allowed to escape! The criminal satanist cabal running the planet couldn't realistically continue to de-populate, loot and pollute the world, continue to invade every Tom, Dick, and Harry sovereign nation and impose a global peonage on people, if everyone of their false-flag patsies were exposed and arrested, now could they?

The Realist Report said...

Excellent Aang! Virtually all of these "terrorist" groups are connected to the intelligence/military apparatus. Headley, the crotch bomber, some of the guys on 9/11, all of them.

BTW- I was listening to one of Kay Griggs' old interviews the other day, and she describes how factions of the military create assassins and how they operate around the world, their involvement in drug and weapons running, ect. What she described is exactly how Daniel Hopsicker and Mohammad Atta's former girlfriend described Atta and his gang down in Florida prior to 9/11.

Anonymous said...

Israel did 9/11 to cause a catastrophical military backlash against the Muslim world in which they succeeded. No Muslim had anything to do with the planning and execution of 9/11. The reason why America's secret serivce did not kill Osama is bacause they wanted to preserve him as the person to blame for 9/11. Muslims are NOT the friend of the CIA which is the reason why this secret organization are attacking Pakistan with unmanned drones.

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