Daniel Hopsicker – the intrepid investigative reporter who revealed to the world that the “Mohamed Atta” in Florida relished pork chops and lived with a stripper – just published a very interesting piece on the Boston bombings. According to Hopsicker, the Tsarnaev brothers’ uncle, Ruslan Tsarni, married the daughter of rogue CIA operative Graham Fuller.
Graham Fuller is on FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds’ list of National Security State criminals who are known to be criminals by the FBI, but are being protected under the State Secrets Privilege.
During my three-week speaking tour of Turkey two years ago, I learned another interesting fact about Fuller: He led the CIA’s 9/11 cover-up in Turkey.
By September 12th, 2001, most of the leading international-affairs journalists in Turkey knew or suspected that the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon had been an inside job. But few wrote about their suspicions. Why not? Because Fuller had threatened them, and they feared for their lives.
That’s right: Graham Fuller, then the CIA’s top man in Turkey, spent September 2001 phoning and/or visiting Turkey’s leading journalists, telling them that they had better not publicly question the official story of 9/11 OR ELSE. The journalists, knowing the CIA’s penchant for assassinations and Fuller’s reputation as a dirty dealer, feared for their lives. And the Turkish press was steered away – or should I say scared away – from questioning 9/11.
Fuller’s obvious role as a 9/11 perp is one reason why one of Turkey’s top parliamentarians told me that the CIA – not just Mossad – “had a hand in 9/11.”
And one of Turkey’s two National Police Directors – the equivalent of FBI Director – agrees with him. (The remarks of both men came at a luncheon I attended in the Turkish capitol in Ankara.)
Maybe it’s time for the CIA to clean up its house, and improve its image – and America’s image – in the world. It could start by hauling in Graham Fuller for questioning.
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