9-11 Commission Cover-up (continued)

August 2005 article from World Net Daily below:

‘Able Danger’ LTC Tony Shaffer: I personally briefed 9-11 Commission staff

This is the huge scandal being largely under-reported by the dominant media: the fact that U.S. Army intelligence had identified 9-11 ringleader Mohamed Atta one full year before 9-11, but was forbidden by the Pentagon from giving the intelligence to the FBI for prosecution ! The 9-11 Commission staff was personally told by LTC Tony Shaffer about Able Danger in 2003 but nothing was reported about Able Danger in the published 9-11 Commission report.

The Executive Director of the 9-11 Commission staff was Philip Zelikow, a member of the one-worlder organization, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

The Chairman of the 9-11 Commission, Thomas Kean, and the Co-Chairman of the 9-11 Commission, Lee Hamilton, are also Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) members. The CFR is the New World Order Establishment’s most visible ‘front’ organization, with numerous members in the U.S. Government.

_____________________________________
_____________________________________

www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=45811

This is a WorldNetDaily printer-friendly version of the article which follows.
To view this item online, visit
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=45811

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

DAY OF INFAMY 2001

‘Able Danger’ specialist: I briefed 9-11 staff

Army officer involved in gleaning Atta intel in 2000 speaks out

Posted: August 17, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2005 WorldNetDaily.com

A military intelligence specialist who says he personally told 9-11 commission staff about the fact Defense Department investigators tracking al-Qaida were prevented from passing along information on the presence of Mohamed Atta and three other future hijackers in the U.S. more than a year before the terrorist attack has gone on the record about the incident.

Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer was involved in the Army’s “Able Danger” efforts to identify and target al-Qaida on a global basis using advanced technology and data analysis, which began in 1999. He told Fox News he personally briefed commission staff in October 2003 about the Atta findings.

Though Atta’s sleeper cell was identified in 2000, the information was not shared with the FBI apparently due to the Clinton-era “wall of separation” between intelligence and law enforcement. There reportedly also were concerns about the fact Atta was in the country legally at the time.

Shaffer has been working with Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pa., the lawmaker who last week first publicized information about the intelligence failure.

“What we talked about to the 9-11 commission was we found that these guys matched a pattern that matched the Brooklyn location” of an al-Qaida sleeper cell, Shaffer told Fox.

Staff at the 9-11 commission say nothing they received from the Pentagon backed up Shaffer’s claim.

“None of the documents turned over to the commission mentioned Mohamed Atta or any of the future hijackers,” a commission spokesman told the news channel.

Shaffer disputes that fact.

“I’m told confidently by the person who did move the material over that the 9-11 commission received two briefcase-sized containers of documents,” Shaffer noted. “I can tell you for a fact that would not be one-twentieth of the information Able Danger consisted of during the time we spent.”

When Weldon first revealed the Able Danger information, commission staff denied they were briefed on it. Later, the panel said personnel were briefed but that the information about Atta sounded inconsistent with what they thought they knew about the terror leader, so it was not included in the final report. Weldon says commission staff were briefed on the matter three times.

Shaffer compared the absence of the al-Qaida info from the 9-11 panel’s report to an infamous World War II attack.

“Leaving out a project targeting al-Qaida as a global threat a year before we’re attacked by al-Qaida is equivalent to having an investigation of Pearl Harbor and somehow leaving out the Japanese,” Shaffer said.

Fox News noted Shaffer’s security clearance was suspended last year over a disputed phone bill and allegations he hadn’t gone through the proper chain of command to obtain an award for Able Danger. The specialist’s attorney says no formal action has been taken against Shaffer.

There is growing concern that the Justice Department blocked the transmission of the intelligence from the Defense Department to the FBI because of the “wall” placed between foreign intelligence-gathering agencies and domestic law-enforcement agencies by Clinton administration Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick.

[Note from Steve Lefemine: Former Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick is amember of the one-worlder organization, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), and was later appointed as a member of the 9-11 Commission. This is like the fox guarding the henhouse ! See further on-line information about the CFR, including the CFR’s 2004 Membership Rosters, at the end of this e-mail.]

Gorelick’s later presence on the 9-11 commission was criticized by Attorney General John Ashcroft and others because she was placed in a position of reviewing her own policies during the Clinton administration.

There are also concerns that the staff of the 9-11 commission was stacked with former Clinton administration operatives who had a vested interest in covering up any of its failings.

Related special offer:

“Intelligence Failure:
How Clinton’s National Security Policy Set the Stage For 9/11″

Related stories:

Weldon not buying ‘Able Danger’ dismissal

Rush Limbaugh: Media absent on 9-11 scandal

9-11 panel hammered for ignoring Atta intel

Gorelick: I won’t quit Sept. 11 commission

Ashcroft nails Clintonite in setting blame for 9-11

________________________________
________________________________

See a concise overview article about the CFR on the internet at: www.thenewamerican.com/tna/1995/vo11no10/vo11no10_tyranny.htm

2004 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Membership Rosters:
www.geocities.com/benribqqq/cfr2004roster.html (A-L)
www.geocities.com/benribqqq/cfr2004roster2.html (M-Z)

Steve Lefemine
US Army active duty, 1977-1982, CPT, FA (ABN, ARCOM – 2)
US Army Reserves, 1982-1993, MAJ, FA (IOAC) USMA 1977
24 October 2005
www.LefemineforLife.net

Leave a comment ?

74 Comments.

  1. order amoxiclav without prescription purchase augmentin generic augmentin 625mg tablet

  2. azithromycin price order zithromax 500mg generic buy generic azithromycin 500mg

  3. buy omnacortil generic buy prednisolone generic prednisolone 20mg for sale

  4. clomiphene 50mg us clomiphene 100mg drug order clomiphene 100mg pills

  5. neurontin 600mg usa purchase neurontin generic buy neurontin 600mg

  6. sildenafil generic buy viagra 100mg pill viagra 100mg pills for men

  7. where can i buy lasix furosemide generic order lasix 40mg pill

  8. order generic semaglutide 14mg order rybelsus 14 mg generic rybelsus ca

  9. oral acticlate monodox price doxycycline price

  10. aristocort price triamcinolone 4mg canada aristocort 4mg oral

  11. tadalafil generic name cialis australia order tadalafil 20mg without prescription

  12. purchase desloratadine pill desloratadine for sale online generic desloratadine 5mg

  13. cenforce cost cenforce 50mg uk generic cenforce

  14. purchase loratadine order generic claritin 10mg loratadine generic

  15. buy chloroquine pills for sale buy generic aralen over the counter buy aralen online cheap

  16. dapoxetine 60mg pills cytotec 200mcg generic misoprostol drug

  17. order generic glucophage 500mg glucophage 500mg canada glucophage without prescription

  18. generic orlistat 120mg order generic xenical diltiazem where to buy

  19. order lipitor online cheap atorvastatin 40mg tablet oral atorvastatin 20mg

  20. norvasc 10mg brand amlodipine ca buy norvasc 10mg online cheap

  21. zestril ca zestril ca buy lisinopril pills

  22. buy crestor 10mg sale ezetimibe order online order zetia 10mg for sale

  23. buy domperidone medication buy tetracycline 250mg sale order sumycin pills

  24. buy metoprolol 50mg order metoprolol 100mg pill lopressor online order

  25. order cyclobenzaprine 15mg without prescription buy generic ozobax buy baclofen pills for sale

  26. tenormin for sale online buy tenormin for sale atenolol 100mg brand

  27. toradol generic toradol online order buy colcrys medication

  28. buy methylprednisolone medication methylprednisolone 16 mg tablet methylprednisolone 4mg without prescription

  29. write research paper pay essay writing write essay service

  30. order inderal 10mg online cheap cost clopidogrel 75mg buy generic plavix

  31. generic methotrexate 5mg coumadin 2mg tablet warfarin ca

  32. order reglan 10mg sale reglan uk brand losartan

  33. tamsulosin 0.4mg drug flomax price order celecoxib 200mg for sale

  34. purchase esomeprazole pills purchase esomeprazole pill topiramate 200mg generic

  35. ondansetron 8mg uk ondansetron 8mg pills buy aldactone for sale

  36. cheap sumatriptan 25mg imitrex for sale online levaquin 500mg tablet

  37. buy simvastatin 10mg generic valacyclovir 1000mg without prescription buy valtrex online

  38. buy avodart sale brand ranitidine order zantac 150mg pill

  39. buy propecia 1mg generic fluconazole 200mg cost diflucan oral

  40. buy acillin for sale buy acticlate pill buy generic amoxicillin

  41. buy cipro 1000mg generic – clavulanate cheap augmentin pills

  42. baycip cheap – order ethambutol online cheap order augmentin 375mg online

  43. order metronidazole 200mg online – capsules terramycin 250mg buy azithromycin 250mg without prescription

  44. buy ciprofloxacin 500mg generic – order ciprofloxacin 500 mg online erythromycin online buy

  45. cost valtrex 500mg – oral diltiazem 180mg oral acyclovir 800mg

  46. ivermectin 6 mg over the counter – buy aczone online tetracycline 250mg usa

  47. buy generic metronidazole – buy generic amoxicillin for sale order azithromycin 500mg pills

  48. acillin over the counter order penicillin for sale order amoxil pills

  49. lasix 40mg pill – prograf 5mg over the counter buy generic captopril 25mg

  50. buy glucophage medication – oral bactrim order lincomycin 500mg generic

  51. buy generic retrovir for sale – lamivudine generic purchase allopurinol without prescription

  52. clozaril 50mg tablet – amaryl 4mg over the counter famotidine brand

  53. buy seroquel – seroquel 50mg ca eskalith oral

  54. order anafranil sale – order doxepin 75mg buy doxepin generic

  55. order atarax 25mg online cheap – buy buspirone cheap generic amitriptyline 25mg

  56. buy clavulanate generic – buy augmentin 375mg online cheap baycip us

  57. amoxil where to buy – cefuroxime price buy generic cipro

  58. buy cleocin without prescription – cost vantin 200mg chloramphenicol canada

  59. purchase azithromycin pill – order ciplox 500mg without prescription ciplox 500 mg ca

  60. ivermectin 2mg online – buy cefaclor 500mg generic buy cefaclor 250mg online

  61. albuterol inhaler – allegra 120mg canada theo-24 Cr 400 mg canada

  62. methylprednisolone over the counter – generic claritin azelastine sprayer

  63. desloratadine 5mg pill – beclomethasone generic purchase albuterol inhalator generic

  64. order glyburide 5mg online – buy pioglitazone generic order forxiga 10mg online cheap

  65. cost metformin 1000mg – order glycomet 1000mg for sale precose 25mg cost

  66. brand lamisil 250mg – buy diflucan 200mg grifulvin v for sale

  67. purchase rybelsus generic – DDAVP brand order generic desmopressin

  68. oral nizoral 200mg – lotrisone canada order sporanox 100 mg generic

  69. cyclobenzaprine price – prasugrel 10mg drug order vasotec sale

Leave a Comment


NOTE - You can use these HTML tags and attributes:
<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>