Saturday, April 16, 2005

The Secret World of 9/11

"There’s a secret world all around us,” a legendary CIA agent tells a young recruit in “Overworld,” L.J.. Kolb’s eye-opening account of growing up as the son of an American spy. “You just don’t see it unless you know where to look."

"Crucial details in the biography of "Professor” Abdussattar Shaikh, the San Diego man called the "best chance to uncover the Sept. 11 plot before it happened” by the Joint Congressional 9.11 Intelligence Committee, are untrue, mis-leading, or false, a MadCowMorningNews investigation has discovered.

"Like the senior Al-Qaeda operative just indicted for planning to blow up U.S. financial landmarks, alleged to have operated freely in this country using his student status "as cover to conceal the true purpose of his subsequent trips to the United States," the true identity of Shaikh, a key witness to the 9.11 conspiracy, is shielded from view by bogus claims of academic employment and status.


Anonymous Bryant Martin said...

Which, I wonder, beggars the question, how long till someone goes down for seeing it the wrong way and then writing about it? Aiding and abetting the enemy. Sound sound if looking "in the right place?"

11:47 pm  

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