US 9/11 court ruling against Iran ‘bizarre, outrageous’: Scholar

The 9/11 perps shamelessly try to blame their enemies

A US court ruling against Iran over the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is “bizarre” and “outrageous” that completely destroys the credibility of the US judicial system, an American scholar says.

“September 11, 2001 of course, as we now know, was a neoconservative coup d’état,” said Kevin Barrett, who has a Ph.D in Arab and Islamic studies and is one of America’s best-known critics of the so-called war on terror.

“So it’s not surprising that the neoconservative aligned federalist society, the organized criminal group that runs the American federal courts, would be making deceptive rulings about 9/11,” Barrett told Press TV on Friday.

“We’re also at a point right now in history where the Saudi connection to September 11 is starting to come into the limelight,” he added.

On Wednesday, Iran was ordered by a US judge to pay more than $10.5 billion in damages to families of people killed on 9/11 and to a group of insurers.

US district judge George Daniels issued the default judgment in New York, claiming Iran failed to defend itself against allegations of having a role in the attacks.

A default judgment is issued when one of the parties involved in a case does not appear in court to defend their case.

The court ruling is based on the 9/11 Commission Report which stated that some attackers moved through Iran and did not have their passports stamped.

Saudi Arabia was legally cleared from paying damages to families of 9/11 victims last year, after Judge Daniels dismissed accounts that Riyadh provided material support to the terrorists and ruled that Riyadh had sovereign immunity.

The verdict comes even though there is no evidence of Iran being involved in planning 9/11. None of the 19 hijackers were Iranian, while 15 were from Saudi Arabia, two from the United Arab Emirates, and one each from Egypt and Lebanon.

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The September 11, 2001 attacks, aka the 9/11 attacks, were a series of strikes in the US, which killed nearly 3,000 people and caused about $10 billion worth of property and infrastructure damage.

US officials assert that they were carried out by al-Qaeda terrorists but many experts have raised questions about the official account, saying it was a false-flag operation and that former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, also of Saudi origin, was just a bogeyman for the US military-industrial complex.

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3 Responses to "US 9/11 court ruling against Iran ‘bizarre, outrageous’: Scholar"

  1. mylomorph  March 15, 2016 at 6:48 am

    another one shows his zio colours. peace and justice for ALL. mylo

  2. Dan Sheppard  March 14, 2016 at 5:17 pm

    Looks like Zionist shot themselves in the foot again. Some good can come from this pathetic statement on Iran, there might be a new wave of ‘9/11 truthers’ being ‘born’ in this very moment.

  3. davor  March 14, 2016 at 10:36 am

    Sad thing that makes 9/11 masterminds even more pathetic is that Iran is not even their enemy, Iranian government for years is just trying to allow a freedom of opinion on international matters, to be respected (as many other nations try to do the same), and treated in partnership, nothing more or less than that, however when Bush declared all countries that deny recognition of Israel as “axis of evil” he used it in another context, disguising the not recognizing Israel as a threat to US missile capabilities or whatever, there was no sane explanation to it (since the alleged perps were Saudi, UAE etc). But “freedom of opinion” makes obviously this notorious element of Christian Zionism go berserk. Surely if some let’s say third party unaware of any religion would want to conquer the territory of present day Israel and Palestine would probably know to appreciate that that land holds much holy value for all Abrahamic faiths and pilgrims that contain much of the Western world. Iranians appreciate that fact since time immemorial. You could not say the same for Turkey or Britain however. Or the Pentagon element. The repercussions of Bush’s proclamation “with us or against us” are going to be a double-way tsunami for future of both Israeli and USA international relations in the future, and younger generations of their politicians might not even understand it.

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