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The tag 'Mohamed Atta' is associated with 14 posts.

“U-2, Brut?”: Baby Face Snowden and the Destabilization of Obama

Previously, we noted that Ron Paul backer Snowden decamped to Hong Kong and leaked information about U.S. hacking of Chinese computers just as President Obama was meeting with the Chinese prime minister Xi. Now, information about NSA spying on Germany hits the papers, just as Obama is preparing to meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, causing further embarrassment. This has all the earmarks of a U-2 style intelligence destabilization operation. UPDATED ON 8/30/2013.


Huffman Aviation a Factor in Legal Struggle over Classified Documents

While the media are predictably obsessing on the NSA/PRISM non-scandal, more important secrecy issues have emerged. It develops that some Sarasota-based Saudis who fled shortly after the 9/11 attacks were indeed connected to people implicated in the attacks, including individuals who were part of Mohamed Atta’s Huffman Aviation milieu.


German Intelligence, The National Socialist Underground and 9/11

Two investigations may well dovetail. We’ve covered the 9/11 attacks for years, beginning with analysis well before the events themselves. We note, also, our recent posts about the intelligence-linked National Socialist Union neo-Nazi group in Germany. Germany Watch has presented a working hypothesis that NSU’s murders were covering-up operational elements in the attacks.


Rudi Dekkers Enters a Sealed Plea: May Never Go to Trial

For years, we’ve covered the heroic, lonely research done by Daniel Hopsicker on the 9/11-related flight schools in Southern Florida. One of the principals in the intelligence-community-controlled drug trafficking milieu through which Mohamed Atta and associates infiltrated the United States was recently arrested in Houston for drug smuggling. Dekkers has entered a seal plea agreement, which will likely mute any public disclosure of the findings in the case.