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September 11, 2001
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More-Culpability or Incompetence?
 
9/11 INTELLIGENCE-Cartoon by Ann Telnaes
Apparently the only way we could have avoided 9-11
 
Pre-9-11 Warning-Cartoon by Benson
In One Ear & Out The Other
 
Condoleezza Rice
 
Condoleezza Rice Testifies: LIES A SIXTH GRADER WOULD NOT ACCEPT
The suspect lied. And if the suspect lied then the suspect's story is not true. And if the suspect's story is not true then the suspect is, in all probability, guilty as hell or withholding material evidence of someone else's guilt.
 
Questions for Dr. Rice
The director of the National Security Agency reportedly told a closed session of that committee that on Sept. 10, 2001, his agency intercepted messages by the 9/11 hijackers. The messages, which went untranslated until Sept. 12, were reportedly not to Osama bin Laden but to Saudi clerics.
 
AN OPEN LETTER TO CONDOLEEZZA RICE "You Are a Liar" byCatherine Austin Fitts Former Assistant Secretary of Housing
 
Rice Never Spoke About Al-Qaeda, bin Laden Before 9/11
Richard Clarke was right. So was Paul O'Neill. During the six months before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Bush administration paid little attention to the threat from al-Qaeda and instead set the stage for a war with Iraq.
 
Rice saw Russia, China as the major threats
In the months and days leading up to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, senior White House officials were obsessed not with Islamic terrorism, but with Russia and China, which they believed posed the most serious threats in the world.
 
Fact Check: Condi Rice's '60 Minutes' Interview
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice appeared on CBS's "60 Minutes" in an effort to quell growing questions surrounding the administration's inconsistent claims about its pre-9/11 actions. Not only did Rice refuse to take Richard Clarke's lead and admit responsibility for her role in the worst national security failure in American history, but she continued to make unsubstantiated and contradictory assertions:
 
September 11 Should Have Been Stopped
Surely we were victims of terrorism on September 11, but was this unavoidable? Are the Washington Post, Condoleezza Rice and others correct in stating that no one anticipated these kinds of attacks? The facts say no.
 
FBI whistleblower says Rice is lying; Bush knew al-Qaida was planning attack
A former translator for the FBI with top-secret security clearance says she has provided information to the panel investigating the 11 September attacks which proves senior officials knew of al-Qaida's plans to attack the US with aircraft months before the strikes happened. She said the claim by the National Security Adviser, Condoleezza Rice, that there was no such information was "an outrageous lie".
 
Sibel Edmonds-Translator's Story
 
DOJ Asked FBI Translator To Change Pre 9-11 Intercepts-by Tom Flocco
FBI translator Sibel Edmonds was offered a substantial raise and a full time job to encourage her not to go public that she had been asked by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to retranslate and adjust the translations of [terrorist] subject intercepts that had been received before September 11, 2001 by the FBI and CIA.
 
Lost In Translation-60 Minutes
Sibel Edmonds, a translator who worked at the FBI's language division, says the documents weren't translated because the divison was riddled with incompetence and corruption.
 
SHOW: 60 Minutes DATE: October 27. 2002 LOST IN TRANSLATION-Transcript
 
Public Pressure Forces Judge to Open 9/11 Whistleblower Hearing
Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds could soon become the thorniest of thorns in the side of the most secretive administration in American history. Whether she does or not depends on whether or not the American public will stand up and challenge the Department of Justice’s attempt to quash the truth, avoid accountability and bury the facts behind lies, double speak and the National Security trump card.
 
State Dept. Quashed 9/11 Links To Global Drug Trade -FBI Whistleblower
Even as a judge prepares to permanently silence her, a former FBI translator of intelligence has implicated the US State Department in quashing investigations which had linked the 9/11 terrorist network to a global drug trafficking ring.
 
PUBLIC PRESSURE GAINS ANOTHER VICTORY IN THE FIGHT
FOR 9/11 FULL DISCLOSURE
FBI translator Sibel Edmonds has spoken to the press (including Amy Goodman's Democracy Now!) on several occasions, artfully navigating around a topic-specific gag order from the Justice Department.
 
DOJ MOVES TO INVOKE STATE SECRETS PRIVILEGE TO PREVENT FBI WHISTELBLOWER FROM GIVING A DEPOSITION IN 9/11 SUIT
FBI whistleblower and former translator Sibel Edmonds, who has appeared on 60 MINUTES and recently been interviewed in many of the largest newspapers in the world has something to say. We know already that Senator Charles Grassley has found her credible and that she has charged the government with lying for stating that it had no knowledge of the possibility that Al Qaeda might use hijacked airliners as weapons against buildings.
 
This Made Ashcroft Gag
Details of a Florida drug case may well shed light on the claims of an FBI translator who says the agency covered up evidence warning of the 9-11 attack.
 
FBI Whistle-Blowers Go Unheard
They are also eager to find out more about the unconfirmed story of a second FBI linguist, Behrooz Sarshar, who claims he translated for an FBI informant with information on a supposed Al Qaeda plot to attack the U.S. with planes back in April 2001. "Some of the group have also met with Sarshar," said van Auken. "His claims seem to back up what Edmonds is saying."
 
Man who translated lead on al-Qaida plot confirms meeting with 3 investigators.
Sources familiar with the briefing say the FBI informant told two FBI agents from the Washington field office in April 2001 that his sources in Afghanistan had heard of an al-Qaida plot to attack America in a suicide mission involving planes. Sarshar, fluent in Farsi, acted as an interpreter at the meeting, held at a Washington-area residence.
 
 
Pilot Training Warnings
 
Agent Warned
Two months before the suicide hijackings, an FBI agent in Arizona alerted Washington headquarters that several Middle Easterners were training at a U.S. aviation school and recommended contacting other schools nationwide where Arabs might be studying, law enforcement officials said.
 
Congressman: FBI Ignored Repeated Warnings
The FBI ignored several specific and sometimes frantic warnings of a Minnesota flight instructor who told the bureau that an Arab man could be planning to use a 747 jumbo jet as a flying "bomb."
 
Congress Mulls the 9-11 Phoenix Memo
On July 10, 2001, an FBI agent in Phoenix sent a memorandum to FBI headquarters in New York listing evidence that Osama bin Laden was helping his operatives in the U.S. attend flight training schools. That memo, now known as the "Phoenix Memo" was ignored.
 
Zacarias Moussaoui
 
The "20th Hijacker": The Trial of Zacarias Moussaoui
An account of the legal proceedings of the trail
 
The strange case of Zacarias Moussaoui
The case of Zacarias Moussaoui raises many questions about the conduct of the FBI and other US intelligence agencies in the period leading up the September 11. It is the clearest example of the almost inexplicable refusal on the part of these agencies to take any action that could have prevented the bloodiest terrorist attack in American history.
 
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