Wednesday, 10 September 2008

Significant New Information Details CIA Criminal Culpability in Allowing the 9/11 Attacks

Palo Alto Publishing will hold a press conference on September 11, 2008, at 9 AM at the National Press Club at 529 14th St. NW, Washington D.C., to detail new information revealed since the release of the 9/11 Commission Report. Entirely sourced from government reports, court documents, and the account of FBI Agent Ali Soufan, this analysis, never before fully detailed, shows that CIA officers, working through liaisons at FBI Headquarters, had repeatedly and criminally obstructed investigations that could have prevented the attacks on 9/11.

This book details the numerous times the CIA interacted with the FBI. In particular, the times lead FBI Cole investigator, Ali Soufan, made several official requests to the CIA: one through FBI Director Freeh, asking for any information the CIA had on an al Qaeda meeting in Kuala Lumpur and on Khallad Bin Attash, (at that time thought to be mastermind on the Cole bombing).

Despite the fact that the CIA did indeed have this information, they either denied its existence or refused to respond to Soufan's requests. The CIA withheld material information from an ongoing FBI investigation, which was a crime, and not due to the fact that "the CIA did not talk to the FBI", as suggested by the 9/11 Commission report.

The attacks of 911 required patsies. It appears that elements of the CIA allowed the patsies to enter the USA and play their role in the false flag terror operation.

We know at least part of the attacks on the Twin Towers (and perhaps every aspect including the aircraft) were the results of inside work because of forensic evidence proving the case.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, September 1oth, 2008.]

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