posted on Jul, 5 2005 @ 05:57 PM
maybe this is a bit too complicated, ill try and shorten it down hitting the key points, might still end up too long.
Seems to me Its a big story, not as romantic as some conspiracies, but it details some serious nitty gritty stuff.
Indira Singh is a 9/11 whistleblower. She worked for JP Morgan-Chase Bank and had dealings with a company called Ptech which behaved suspituosly and
very informally at a meeting.
Ptech had their fingers in every government pie going:
The White House, Treasury Department (Secret Service), CIA, FBI, FAA, both houses of Congress, Air Force, Navy, Department of Energy, IRS, Booze Allen
Hamilton, IBM, Enron and even NATO
She investigated the company and found it had arab financing and links to terrorism. She asked the FBI to investigate and they didnt. So she went to
the Information officer at JP Morgan who directed her to Bill Moran, General Auditor of JP Morgan/Chase, who threatened her and told her to shut up or
she would lose her job.
She didnt shut up, thank god, and lost her job.
At the same time she discovered links to another company, BMI, with arab investors including Mousa Abu Marzouk, a top leader of Hamas.
In 1999, a BMI employee told the FBI that the company might have financed the bombings of U.S. embassy in East Africa in 1998, according to a sworn
FBI Agent Wright had been investigating the president of BMI, Inc., an Egyptian citizen named Soliman Bihieri, who was later convicted of lying about
his ties to terrorist leaders.
Wright was working with Gamal Abdel-Hafiz, an FBI Agent born in Egypt.
Agent Abdel-Hafiz, by what may be more than just coincidence, was a friend of one of BMI's accountants. Because of this, he was asked by Agent Wright
to have a meeting with Bihieri and wear a wire, but Hafiz refused.
"It's hard to emphasize how odd it was for an FBI agent to refuse to cooperate with an investigation when he had been approached by a grand jury
subject," said Mark Flessner, the former prosecutor involved in the Vulgar Betrayal investigation. "It was surreal. I've never heard it happening
in the history of the FBI."
Agent Abdel-Hafiz claims he feared for his life and felt the FBI could not protect him.
Astonishingly, after this occurred Agent Abdel-Hafiz was promoted to one of the FBI's most important anti-terrorism posts, the American Embassy in
Saudi Arabia. The day he arrived, the USS Cole was bombed in Yemen. He quickly became involved in that investigation, and was later promoted to
Assistant Legal Attach? in Riyadh with a GS 14 ranking-the second highest level an agent can obtain. He was at that post on September 11, 2001.
Agent Wright spoke out about how his investigation was blocked and thwarted, Judicial Watch has said his manuscript hits Bush and Cheney "hard," and
former Attorney General John Ashcroft is not spared, either.
This leaves little doubt as to the origins of the obstruction of Wright's investigation. Wright was eventually barred from speaking to the media.
But it gets murkier.
According to Indira Singh, Governor Kean, who headed the 9/11 Commission, sold a piece of property in New Jersey through BMI, Inc. This was revealed
in the same Treasury Department report referenced earlier, from July 14, 2003.
He should have immediately recused himself from the Commission or publicly promised to get to the bottom of what BMI really was. It's not surprising
that neither BMI nor Ptech are mentioned in the final 9/11 Commission report.
[edit on 5-7-2005 by AdamJ]