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In a new documentary, former national-security aide Richard Clarke suggests the CIA tried to recruit 9/11 hijackers—then covered it up.
Clarke offers an incendiary theory that, if true, would rewrite the history of the 9/11 attacks, suggesting that the CIA intentionally withheld information from the White House and FBI in 2000 and 2001 that two Saudi-born terrorists were on U.S. soil—terrorists who went on to become suicide hijackers on 9/11.
Clarke offers an incendiary theory that, if true, w
Originally posted by SonicInfinity
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I know that two threads on the same subject are allowed if they're in the BAN forum and one other forum, but this being strictly about 9/11 and the other thread being made just 6 hours ago, there's no reason for there to be two threads.edit on 8/11/2011 by SonicInfinity because: Plural fix
-- The FBI claimed that money was wired to the terrorists in small amounts to avoid detection, yet $100,000 was wired to Mohamed Atta in August of 2001 by Mahmoud Ahmad, the director of the ISI, which was facilitated by Saeed Sheikh, the man who allegedly kidnapped and murdered Wall Street journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was investigating the ties between the ISI and Islamic militants. The ISI has had ties to the CIA since the 80s with the establishment of the Muja Hardin, which evolved into Al Qaeda. General Mahmoud Ahmad was meeting with D.C. insider Senator Bob Graham and Porter Gass, the future director of CIA, on the morning of 9/11. Ahmad also met with the CIA director on September 4th.
-- In a White House transcript of a Q/A done with Condoleezza Rice, a question about that meeting and the wired money was censored. The 9/11 Commission claimed that the funding for the attacks is not important.