Mastermind or Pawn?

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San Luis Obisbo Tribune
Monday, 7 July 2008

Thank you for printing some information about Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, recently. I was wondering if any investigative journalists at The Tribune, or anyone in the media, are ever going to look into some facts about the supposed “mastermind of 9/11?”

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was educated in the United States, received a degree in mechanical engineering from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in 1986 and speaks fluent English. Professor David E. Klett was Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s teacher.

The CIA released a 26-page interrogation from June 2007 in which their Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has an interpreter and speaks in a bizarre, broken English that no Arab I ever spoke English with in the Persian Gulf ever sounded like. This document has been declassified and is currently online.

The families of the victims of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, have been denied the right to face the accused. No photos or videos have been released since this man’s capture five years ago. Is it possible that the man being held in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, is not a mastermind of anything but is simply a tortured patsy put forward for the history books?

Matthew Wedin
Grover Beach, CA

Link to letter online: www.sanluisobispo.com/182/story/406771.html

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