posted on Sep, 20 2003 @ 09:33 AM
This man is the bridge between the three elements that I will call the axis of evil, al-qaeda, the Pakistani ISI and the CIA. Meanwhile Bob Graham,
John Kyl and Porter Goss also have some explaining to do.
"Could the thread unravel in other directions as well? For instance, what about the suggestion that Saeed was a CIA agent? A long time regional
expert with extensive CIA ties stated publicly in March 2001 that "the CIA still has close links with the ISI," and repeated the claim to CNN in
February 2002. [Times of India, 3/7/01, CNN, 2/27/02] An anonymous former senior ISI official has stated, "The biggest problem we have [in Pakistan]
are the rogue elements in the intelligence agencies, especially those who at some time became involved with the CIA." [Christian Science Monitor,
2/22/02] At the very least, the ISI may know very embarrassing facts about the US. For instance, they may know a thing or two about CIA involvement in
drug smuggling and/or support of bin Laden in the 1980s. [Star Tribune, 9/30/01, Atlantic Monthly, 5/96, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 9/23/01, UPI,
6/14/01] Unfortunately, Daniel Pearl was killed before he could investigate the connections between the US and the ISI, and no journalist seems
willing to explore such dangerous subjects since his death.
....What would the American public think of the motives for war in Iraq if they knew a country with much deeper ties to al-Qaeda that was also
proliferating weapons of mass destruction was being so ignored?"
This is a must read for anyone remotely interested in discoverning who was responsible for the tragic events that took place on 11th September