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Attempted Plane Attack: Trial Date Set for Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab

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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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Attempted Plane Attack: Trial Date Set for Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab


www.myfoxdetroit.com

"The U.S. government escorted them through security without a passport and, we believe, gave him an intentionally defective bomb," said Kurt Haskell.
(visit the link for the full news article)




posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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In a story that TPTB no doubt wish would go away the underware bomber - the case being used to justify the naked body scanners and extreme molestations by the TSA will have it's day in court.

Despite the fact that the naked body scanners were ordered many months before the event ever happened, and putting millions of dollars into the pocket of former DHS leader Michael Chertoff for making the deal, this false flag event is about to be exposed in court.




"The U.S. government escorted them through security without a passport and, we believe, gave him an intentionally defective bomb," said Kurt Haskell. It's a startling allegation from two local attorneys that were on-board the 2009 Christmas Day flight to Detroit when Abdulmutallab allegedly tried to blow up a bomb hidden in his underwear. Kurt and Lori Haskell think the U.S. government was behind the whole thing. "It was intentional that it went this far to further the war on terror, to get body scanners in the airports, to increase the TSA's budget, to renew the Patriot Act and whatever other reasons you want to list," Kurt Haskell told FOX 2. The Haskells say in Amsterdam before boarding the flight to Detroit, they witnessed Abdulmutallab arguing with a ticket agent at the gate because he didn't have a passport when a man in a tan suit with an American accent intervened. "The ticket agent did not want to allow Abdulmutallab on the flight and this man was very insistent of it, and then she referred them to a manager down the hallway," said Kurt Haskell. They next saw Abdulmutallab on-board the plane when they saw fire and people screaming. An FBI spokesperson told FOX 2 all passengers on-board the flight were interviewed and the information thoroughly vetted, but they can't comment any further.




www.myfoxdetroit.com
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edit on 28-1-2011 by EssenSieMich because: sp



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 07:52 PM
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Is this the same one who's father called and told them not to let him on the plane?

The state department ignored the call....

I don't know which is sadder... that he attempted to do it... or I believe the article that we might have put him up to it......



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 07:57 PM
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Originally posted by pianopraze
Is this the same one who's father called and told them not to let him on the plane?

The state department ignored the call....

I don't know which is sadder... that he attempted to do it... or I believe the article that we might have put him up to it......



Yes this is the same one - good post! Yes all of that should be coming out in this case unless they are somehow able to silence the defense - or something happens to the defendant.




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