June 8, 2013

After The Kennedy Assassination The Feds Just Can't Keep A Secret

Judicial Watch
has uncovered another stinking mass of corruption involving the FBI. Apparently Esam Ghazzawi, a former advisor to a senior Saudi Prince, had ties to the 911 terrorists that the FBI was trying to conceal.
The FBI lied to Congress about the deep ties between a Florida Saudi family—that abruptly fled weeks before the 9/11 terrorist attacks—and the hijackers who carried out the plot, according to alarming new records uncovered by a journalism watchdog that’s led the effort to expose the government cover-up.

This scandal has been circulating for years and only a Florida journalism watchdog along with a few local papers have bothered covering it, though it’s huge. It involves a Saudi family that lived in a Sarasota gated community and suspiciously fled weeks before 9/11, leaving behind three cars, food in the fridge and toys in the pool. Security officials at the gated community revealed that cars used by the 9/11 hijackers visited the family various times before the attacks, including the vehicle linked to plot leader Mohamed Atta.

[...]Now the feds are in full cover-up mode, with a senior FBI official asserting in a sworn declaration that disclosing information—that for years the agency denied even existed—about the Florida Saudis with ties to the terrorists “would reveal current specific targets of the FBI’s national security investigations.” The 33-page declaration was filed in support of a Department of Justice (DOJ) court motion seeking to end the news watchdog’s litigation to obtain more information involving the secret probe.

In light of this new evidence, a U.S. Senator who chaired the 9/11 Commission filed court papers accusing the FBI of impeding Congress’s inquiry into the September 2001 attacks by withholding information about the Florida connection to the terrorists who carried them out. The former Florida Senator, Bob Graham, writes that “the FBI’s failure to call (to the Joint Inquiry’s attention) documents finding ‘many connections’ between Saudis living in the United States and individuals associated with the terrorist attack(s)…interfered with the Inquiry’s ability to complete its mission.”

Anam -you're on deck!

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