Tag: Khalid Al Mihdhar

Launching the US Terror War: the CIA, 9/11, Afghanistan, and Central Asia

Bush’s Terror War and the Fixing of Intelligence The engineering of a series of provocations to justify military intervention is feasible and could be accomplished with the resources available. - Report of May 1963 to...

What was Omar al-Bayoumi doing in San Diego?

Originally published at the San Diego Reader by H G Reza on 7/27/16 Nearly 15 years after the 9/11 attacks, questions linger about a San Diego man’s ties to two Al-Qaeda terrorists he helped settle...

Why Saudi Ties to 9/11 Mean US Ties to 9/11

Media interest in Saudi Arabian connections to the crimes of 9/11 has centered on calls for the release of the 28 missing pages from the Joint Congressional Inquiry’s report. However, those calls focus on...

Is the NSA lying about its failure to prevent 9/11?

Originally published at Foreign Policy by James Bamford on 7/21/15 Missed Calls On March 20, 2000, as part of a trip to South Asia, U.S. President Bill Clinton was scheduled to land his helicopter in the...

FBI Agent: The CIA Could Have Stopped 9/11

Updated | Mark Rossini, a former FBI special agent at the center of an enduring mystery related to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, says he is “appalled” by the newly declassified statements by...

The Inside Information That Could Have Stopped 9/11

Just before Christmas, former FBI special agent Mark Rossini greeted me with his usual good cheer when we met for drinks in a midtown Manhattan restaurant. He told me his life had finally taken...