posted on Apr, 22 2004 @ 10:55 PM
...from the internet, and made unavailable from CBS Radio News archives after running as a news story on their 10:00 AM Newsbreak, on September 20th,
The internet deletion:
An article appeared on October 9, 2001 in the German magazine "Der Spiegel"'s website
The article is titled "Die Stationen des Mohammed Atta," but it disappeared from the web shortly after I made a print off of it.
In the aritcle, Mohammed Atta's father in Cairo claims that he believes that his son was murdered and his identity used as a "fall guy" for the
A particularly poignant section of the article reads: "Mein Sohn hat mich 24 und 48 Studen nach dem Ungluck angerufen, fur eine Minute nur. Er ist
I tried everything I could think of to get his phone number, repeatedly contacting sources within Egypt for information on him, without success.
It is a shame I never got to speak with him, and a very big disappointment that this article was so quickly removed from the internet.
My story on CBS Radio News:
I heard this same story on CBS Radio News at 10:00 AM on the date mentioned and immediately called and requested a copy of the item be faxed to me.
The operator/employee at CBS Radio News agreed to do this and took my fax number, but nothing ever showed up. I called back two days later, and was
told that this could not be done, that the segment was no longer available.
*edited to make a working link
[Edited on 22-4-2004 by Seekerof]