Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Osama chartered a plane after 9/11? OMG!
If this is true, it just adds to the already unfolding story of 9/11/01, and makes the official story even less believable than ever. It makes zero sense!
We go into Afghanistan, after a month has passed, to "get" Osama, but we fail and move onto Iraq, shifting money, troops and material to Iraq without so much as a "by you leave" from Congress .
Not only do we fail, but we seem to do so intentionally. You don't send troops of another nation to get the guy, whom, it is claimed, launched the biggest attack on American soil since the war of 1812. What kind of government would do that? The Bush government, apparently, but why?
A French newspaper, La Figaro, and they are sticking by their story, reported that Osama was in the American hospital in Dubai in July of 2001, receiving treatment for a kidney disease, where he was visited by a man known to be affiliated with the CIA. In July of 2001, Osama was an international criminal with a price on his head, for the bombing of American embassies, not to mention the U.S.S Cole. Did the W.H. not know about this? Why wasn't his plane shot down air on departure from the UAE? Why was a CIA operative visiting him at the hospital?
Osama is/was no doubt a religious squirrel. But we suspect that someone was feeding him a trail of nuts, which led straight to lower Manhattan and the Pentagon. Did Osama know about the military exercises that caused confusion on the morning of 9/11. If so, how did he know?
I cannot see where there has been any serious effort to bring Osama to justice, if he s still alive, and many believe he is not, including me. But he is irreplaceable to the Bush administration. How many gazillionaire Arabs, who are religious squirrels and who hate us are there? No many at the time of 9.11/01.
The same cannot be said now.
FBI knowingly allowed Osama to charter plane after 9/11
Submitted by Canada IFP on Wed, 2007-06-20 18:35.
FBI were aware that Osama bin Laden may have chartered one of the flights that took members of the bin Laden family out of the United States immediate after the 9/11 attacks, yet allowed the planes to depart, new Agency documents reveal.
The formerly confidential documents obtained by Judicial Watch through Freedom of Information Act and ongoing litigation states:
ON 9/19/01, A 727 PLANE LEFT LAX, RYAN FLT #441 TO ORLANDO, FL W/ETA (estimated time of arrival) OF 4-5PM. THE PLANE WAS CHARTERED EITHER BY THE SAUDI ARABIAN ROYAL FAMILY OR OSAMA BIN LADEN…THE LA FBI SEARCHED THE PLANE [REDACTED] LUGGAGE, OF WHICH NOTHING UNUSUAL WAS FOUND.
Traffic control reports show that the plane was allowed to depart the United States after making four stops to pick up passengers, ultimately landing in Paris where all passengers disembarked on 9/20/01, according to the document.
FBI’s most recent document production includes details of the six flights between 9/14 and 9/24 that evacuated Saudi royals and bin Laden family members.
The documents also contain brief interview summaries and occasional notes from intelligence analysts concerning the cursory screening performed prior to the departures.
FBI did not consider a single Saudi national nor any of the bin Laden family members as possessing any information of investigative value.
According to Judicial Watch the documents contain numerous errors and inconsistencies which call to question the thoroughness of the FBI’s investigation of the Saudi flights.
For example, on one document, the FBI claims to have interviewed 20 of 23 passengers on the Ryan International Airlines flight (commonly referred to as the “Bin Laden Family Flight”). On another document, the FBI claims to have interviewed 15 of 22 passengers on the same flight.
“Eight days after the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, Osama bin Laden possibly charters a flight to whisk his family out of the country, and it’s not worth more than a luggage search and a few brief interviews?” asked Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Clearly these documents prove the FBI conducted a slapdash investigation of these Saudi flights. We’ll never know how many investigative leads were lost due to the FBI’s lack of diligence.”
U.S. District Court Judge Richard W. Roberts ordered the FBI to resubmit “proper disclosures” to the Court and Judicial Watch, having previously criticized the adequacy of redaction descriptions, the validity of exemption claims, and other errors in the FBI’s disclosures. Incredibly, the FBI had previously redacted Osama bin Laden’s name from the records in order “to protect privacy interests.”
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