Saturday, September 11, 2010

Russia Today Sheds Extreme Doubt On 9/11 Offical Story

This is one of the most concise and biting indictments of the 9/11 official story, and it doesn't even mention the incriminating building 7 or the discovery of military explosives found in the dust. The arrogant perpetrators of this crime need to be brought to justice. The corrupt contemporary American establishment and their empire of manipulation and control is falling. We need to hasten that fall so as to make it less destructive. Read and take action.


From Russia Today



...Three days after the events of 9/11 came crashing into our living rooms, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reported the identities of the hijackers of the four US commercial aircraft. This was certainly record time for cracking the biggest crime case of modern times. However, the FBI may have jumped the gun, so to speak, on rushing to identify the perpetrators so quickly. As things turned out, this would be no small oversight – and even a bit of an embarrassment – since several of the accused terrorists were quickly reported to be alive and well.

One of the alleged terrorists on 9/11 was identified as Waleed Al Shehri, who the FBI accused of helping to hijack and crash American Airlines flight 11 into the World Trade Center together with four other individuals.

There was just one problem, however: Waleed Al Shehri is alive and at the time of the 9/11 attacks was employed as a pilot for Saudi Arabian Airlines.

Moreover, Al Shehri is not the only individual who appears to have been a victim of identity theft on 9/11. Indeed, less than two weeks after 9/11, British media reported that “the identities of four of the 19 suspects accused of having carried out the attacks are now in doubt.”

“The men – all from Saudi Arabia – spoke of their shock at being mistakenly named by the FBI as suicide terrorists,” reported the Telegraph of London. “None of the four was in the United States on September 11 and all are alive in their home country.”

One of the men, Abdulaziz Al Omari, was employed at the time of the attacks as an engineer with Saudi Telecoms. He told Arab media about the shock he felt when he saw his name on the terrorist list.

"I couldn't believe it when the FBI put me on their list,” Al Omari told Arab media. “They gave my name and my date of birth, but I am not a suicide bomber. I am here. I am alive. I have no idea how to fly a plane. I had nothing to do with this."

The other exonerated “terrorists” were identified as Saeed Al-Ghamdi, who works as a pilot with Saudi Arabian Airlines; Salem Al-Hamzi, who is employed at a petrochemical complex; and Ahmed Al-Nami, an administrative supervisor with Saudi Arabian Airlines...


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