Mohamed Atta & the 9–11 Cover-Up in Florida
by Daniel Hopsicker
2004, Trine Day
Welcome to TerrorLand is the story of Mohamed Atta, a black-hearted psychopath, in Florida, a pirate’s paradise.
Fearless investigative journalist and documentary film producer Daniel Hopsicker journeyed to Venice, FL., the biggest September 11 crime scene that wasn’t reduced to rubble, and spent over a year in the sleepy retirement community where authorities say three of the four terrorist pilots learned to fly.
Based on hundreds of interviews with eyewitnesses and participants, Welcome to TerrorLand details the shocking results of Hopsicker’s year-long investigation, and names more than a half-dozen individuals Atta went to meetings with while in Florida.
All are living. None are Saudi. You’ll meet people who knew Atta, worked with him, flew with him. They say things like:
“After going to meetings with his German friends, Mohamed always came back glum.”
“I can’t really discuss anything. I’m afraid I’ll get in trouble. The FBI warned me not to talk.”
“They loaded two Ryder trucks right outside, then drove the trucks right onto a C-130 military cargo plane at Sarasota Airport which flew out with Jeb Bush aboard.”
The book answers questions like: Did nineteen Arab terrorists from desert kingdoms roam the Gulf Coast of Florida as easily as if they’d been listening to Tom Petty albums all their lives? Or were they being trained here in a still-secret covert intelligence operation... [continue reading original]
THIS BOOK IS IN PRINT.
Available commercially from MadCowPress.com.