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The FBI “Kamikaze Pilots” Case

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posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 12:53 PM
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The FBI “Kamikaze Pilots” Case
Tuesday, 1. February 2011
www.boilingfrogspost.com...



In a public statement issued Moday, January 31, 2011, members of the 9/11 Family Steering Committee demanded a prompt response from the former Chairman and the Executive Director of the 9/11 Commission regarding Former FBI Language Specialist Behrooz Sarshar’s censored testimony to the Commission. The former commissioners failed to respond to this request.

In February 2004 Behrooz Sarshar provided the 9/11 Commission’s investigators with specific documents and names of the related witnesses, including the full name and contact information of the key “FBI Asset/Informant” in an FBI case titled ‘Kamikaze Pilots.’ However, the commission chose not to contact or interview any of these witnesses, including FBI Director Robert Mueller. The Commission’s final report did not mention a single word of this documented testimony, and their memorandum (pdf).

I have only deleted sensitive personal information related to the FBI informant-Asset, and as you’ll see every single deleted item (by me-indicated as S.E.) has been indicated in bold-italics. Other than that, the information below is exactly what was recounted by Mr. Sarshar on four occasions:

FBI File Name: “Kamikaze Pilots”

In the early 90s the Bureau hired an Iranian man as an informant, placed him on its payroll at approximately fifteen hundred dollars per month, and used him and his information in several criminal, counterintelligence and counterterrorism operations and investigations. Over time this informant, a man in his (Informant’s Age Information Deleted by S.E.), proved to be extremely reliable, and his information was found to be trustworthy.

This man had been the head of SAVAK, Iran’s main Intelligence agency, counterintelligence unit during the Shah’s regime. His area of operations involved the East and Southeastern region of Iran, and the countries under him were Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. He also managed the unit’s intelligence gathering operations in Sistan and Baluchistan, two semi-independent regions on the border with Afghanistan. Unlike U.S. agencies, the intelligence agency in Iran conducted most, if not all, of its surveillance and information gathering operations via human intelligence and sources. The man, the informant, was very good at what he did; he had established a large number of sources and informants scattered in the strategically most important areas within these countries.







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posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 01:30 PM
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Interesting post. So you were the translator? you worked for the FBI and then moved to Canada? These 302 forms you filled out and put in your desk why were they not taken when the FBI was told to sit on the information provided by the asset? dont you think they would search your desk to make sure none of this material came to light? you being the interperter and all. You would have this information wouldnt it be deemed calssified and not to be shared? If so why come to out with this? I would still be classified.



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 01:33 PM
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This is very
appalling but not surprising.


I believe not only the families of the September 11th attacks but every American has the right to know about this case. They need to know that this significant report was completely censored by a quasi commission, that this is one of many cases that were omitted from this staged and rehearsed show to pacify the public's need to know, and that there never was any real investigation into this horrific event used in reshaping not only our country, but the entire world. Based on my discussion with the family members who issued the following public statement, the commission will be given two business days to provide them (and the public) with answers to questions raised by this bold and appalling omission. If no response is forthcoming, on Wednesday, February 2, I will publish Mr. Sarshar's verbatim testimony here at Boiling Frogs Post. With that said, here is the public statement by the 9/11 family members issued today:

For Immediate Release: January 31, 2011

www.911truth.org...



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 02:02 PM
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Found the vital key to this whole case:


This site depends exclusively on readers’ support. Please help us continue by contributing directly and or purchasing Boiling Frogs showcased products.


Why is it when anyone else has earth shattering inside information they call the New York Times but when someone has earth shattering information about 9/11 being an inside job they put a post on an internet form and a link to their website.



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 02:19 PM
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Get discredited by mainstream media, called a conspiracy theorist.....

Or leak to well known whistle blower?

""Sibel Edmonds is the founder and president of the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding national security whistleblowers.""

Also missed this quote

""Your contributions will allow us to:

* Purchase and publish investigative news stories and exposés ""

Obviously they require donations to keep going, and that is what they were referring to.
I am not surprised you took it out of context.

""This site depends exclusively on readers’ support. Please help us continue by contributing directly and or purchasing Boiling Frogs showcased products.""

That means monetary contributions hooper....

Step up your game.



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 02:34 PM
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Obviously they require donations to keep going, and that is what they were referring to.
I am not surprised you took it out of context.


Actually, its not obvious to me. There is probably nothing cheaper than putting up a website, hell you can go on Facebook for free! Why do they need donations? Doesn't this make you just a wee bit suspicious? I mean the guy is saying that he has proof that the government knew all about 9/11 except for the exact date and all he can do is post it on some website, palm out?



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 02:57 PM
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Sibel Edmonds, who runs the Boiling Frogs site, is as credible as they come. She is the single most stifled whistle blower in the country. Her sources are credible as well. The information that is posted on that site has been verified before posting. They are not in the habit of putting out false info from questionable sources. I would give this a little more attention. Take some time to read the archives on her site and you'll find that these folks have been a huge threat to the status quo. While some of their knowledge is still suppressed for national security reasons, tons of details have been released that point you in the direction of the real story.



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 03:03 PM
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Your contributions will allow us to:

* Purchase and publish investigative news stories and exposés
* Bring to you in-depth commercial free Podcast interviews
* Present independent editorials and analyses
* Showcase original editorial cartoons
* Facilitate lively discussions
* Maintain & Manage this Website

See all the news channels/sites supporting the official story get corporate add time, and sponsorship. They also get lots, and lots of the campaign money that each party spends in the election month when they build up their propaganda against the other. Therefore the events in government/corporations directly effect them making challenging the official story a money loosing situation for them.

However independent sites don't have multi million dollar budgets, so they rely on donors to support them.

Kind of strange that you put your trust in multi billion dollar companies like The Hearst Corporation whom have a huge profit motive in being government sided on the 9/11 conspiracy, and yet you think independent sites whom ask for donations because the site owner cant afford to keep it up herself are immediately suspect, and not to be trusted?

She gets donations, you call her out.

News Stations get millions of dollars in Campaign money to run government adds, and you consider them fact bearers... How is that not a totally backwards approach?



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 03:05 PM
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Originally posted by Productivemind
Sibel Edmonds, who runs the Boiling Frogs site, is as credible as they come. She is the single most stifled whistle blower in the country. Her sources are credible as well. The information that is posted on that site has been verified before posting. They are not in the habit of putting out false info from questionable sources. I would give this a little more attention. Take some time to read the archives on her site and you'll find that these folks have been a huge threat to the status quo. While some of their knowledge is still suppressed for national security reasons, tons of details have been released that point you in the direction of the real story.


And don't forget to leave a donation - this kind of patriotism doesn't come cheap.



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 03:26 PM
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Don't forget to pay your taxes.

The 9/11 commission report did not come cheap...

$14 million dollars spent on lies.



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 03:31 PM
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Don't forget to pay your taxes.

Never do. That and vote.


The 9/11 commission report did not come cheap...

No, it wasn't. But as report's go that's not too bad.


$14 million dollars spent on lies.

Nice that you have an opinion.



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 03:34 PM
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I suppose you believe that the President you elect will actually make a difference.



Why do I even ask, obviously you think the two party system is legitimate...



posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 04:04 PM
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If you want a new 9/11 investigation,
there has to be a revolution first.
u sure as hell won't get it under
this existing system.

And just a note:
The Bush's and Cheney's and Rove's
will be leaving the country on a permanent
vacation when this new investigation
starts.




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