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Evidence Suggests CIA Purposefully Spiked Investigations
Dear Members of the Press:
A grave miscarriage of justice is afoot. After years being withheld the Administration finally is forced to release the
CIA's IG Report on 9/11. While earlier news accounts said the report would be released in early September it was
released in the middle of a Congressional recess, in the middle of a Summer break, thus insuring it will not receive the
attention it deserves. Worse still is the conclusion in most press reports since its release that bolsters the official
narrative ie. that all the myriad failures were simply due to 'systemic failure' and/or incompetence.
The circumstantial evidence running contrary to this conclusion is compelling and convincing.
It appears that Al-Hazmi and Al-Mihdhar were being protected by higher ups in the CIA. Respected author Joe Trento has
reported that they were working for Saudi Intelligence. Others reported the two were removed from the watchlist two days
before 9/11. I don't know if either was the case. It is clear however that there was a concerted effort to protect them
similar in some respects to the way authorities in FBI HQ refused to allow Rowley and company in Minnesota to go into
Mousaoui's laptop computer or how higher ups prevented Robert Wright in Chicago from going after the money trail of
Yassin Al-Kadi (Qadi) who financed the software company Ptech and the terrorist group Hamas and who was later named a
/Specially Designated Global Terrorist/ by President Bush in October of 2001.
There is a pattern here that cannot be adequately explained by charges of 'systemic failure' or incompetence. As Kristen
Breitweiser http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kristen-breitweiser/enabling-danger- par t-one_b_5951.html
has suggested, something else is going on, and the repeated missed opportunities (She has documented 7) and blocked
communications suggests something "purposeful" on the part of authorities. The IG Report says 60 agents reviewed the
Intel about the two.
Please review the statement below made by 9/11 widow Kristen Breitweiser and by Investigative Journalist Michael Isikoff
of Newsweek. These are merely jumping off points to following a trail few have had the courage to examine closely and
relentlessly until answers to the questions raised by Kristen and others are answered. In the wake of 9/11, billions of
dollars, the lives of soldiers and the Constitution are being sacrificed. Let not truth be sacrificed as well, not when
it comes to what happened on September 11th, 2001.
Kyle F. Hence Co-Producer, 9/11: Press for Truth http://www.911pressfortruth.com
*Statement of Kristen Breitweiser, Co-Chairperson, September 11 Advocates Concerning the Joint 9/11 Inquiry Senate
Select Committee on Intelligence House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence September 18, 2002 * [snip] Perhaps
even more disturbing is the information regarding Khalid al-Midhar and Nawaf Alhazmi, two of the hijackers. in late
August, the CIA asked the INS to put these two men on a watchlist because of their ties to the bombing of the U.S.S.
Cole. On August 23, 2001, the INS informed the CIA that both men had already slipped into the country. Immediately
thereafter, the CIA asked the FBI to find al-Midhar and Alhazmi. Not a seemingly hard task in light of the fact that one
of them was listed in the San Diego phone book, the other took out a bank account in his own name, and finally, an FBI
informant happened to be their roommate. [snip]*
Later after three more years of connecting dots, Kristen Breitweiser wrote in Huffington Post, August 20, 2005 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kristen-breitweiser/enabling-danger- part -one_b_5951.html
[snip] Additionally, when one carefully reads the 9/11 chronology and information provided in the public record, it
becomes increasingly clear that the CIA´s repeated failure to share information with the FBI about two of the 9/11
hijackers-al Mihdhar and al Hazmi-- was purposeful. There exists at least seven instances between January 2000 and
September 11th, 2001, that the CIA withheld vital information from the FBI about these two hijackers who were inside
this country training for the attacks. Once, twice, maybe even three times could be considered merely careless
oversights. But at least seven documented times? To me, that suggests something else. (To read about these instances, I
suggest you read 9/11 materials relating to the "watchlisting issue" involving al Mihdhar and al Hazmi which is a story
so detailed, that it deserves its own lengthy blog.) [snip]
*From an interview with Newsweek Investigative Reporter Michael Isikoff for the documentary, 9/11: Press for Truth http://www.911pressfortruth.com
MICHAEL ISIKOFF: The CIA learned about this meeting. It arranged for it to be under surveillance by the Malaysian
special branch... The CIA subsequently learned within days that... Almihdhar and Alhazmi were headed for the United
States. ...An FBI detailee who knew about this at the Counter Terrorism Center of the CIA drafted a cable to alert the
FBI, and that cable was quashed by superiors at the CIA.
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