The FBI’s accidental release of files tying Donald Trump to 9/11 are, we believe, a retaliation for intervening in the very legal prosecution of bottom feeder Michael Flynn.
VT had long been suspicious of the New Yorkers who were conveniently close to the crew responsible for placing the nuclear weapons that really took down the 3 towers on 9/11, a list including those around Trump who ‘greased the wheels’ for the teams needed to eliminate not just the towers but the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels along with the George Washington Bridge.
Trump’s closest personal associates are tied to this attack, people he was close to then and we now suspect Trump was read in by the terrorists, Saudi, Israeli and key associates of the Trump-Bayrock empire and its association with the Gambino Crime family along with Rudy Guiliani and his convicted felon Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik featured in the linked FBI diagram below (not confirmed by VT).
Here, Trump and Barr are personally cited by Brett Eagleson, who met with Trump, as sealing the coverup of Saudi Arabia’s role permanently.
“We told him, ‘Please, Mr. President, help us, please declassify the documents. Our government has been covering up the Saudi role,” said Eagleson.
Trump was receptive and even got energized after being told that among those who had resisted disclosure in the past were former FBI directors Robert Mueller and James Comey. Trump at one point said they were “scum” and vowed to help the families.
“Hey Melania,” Trump said at one point, referring to the first lady, who attended the meeting and posed for photos with the family members along with the president, according to one of the former agents present who asked not to be identified. “Listen to these guys — the same scum that is fighting me is now fighting the 9/11 families.”
Trump vowed to help, according to those in the meetings. “He shook all of our hands and said, ‘Don’t worry, I’m going to help you guys,’” said Eagleson.
“We left that meeting feeling elated,” he said. “We were finally going to see the documents.’”
The White House did not respond to Yahoo News’ request for comment.
The very next day, on Sept. 12, Justice Department lawyers gave the families the identity of the third man — but under the condition that they couldn’t publicly disclose it. That same day, Barr filed his first motion with the court declaring all the material being sought by the families as “state secrets” that could not be shared.
“We felt we had been stabbed in the back,” said Eagleson.
NewsHub: The FBI inadvertently revealed one of the U.S. government’s most sensitive secrets about the Sept. 11 terror attacks: the identity of a mysterious Saudi Embassy official in Washington who agents suspected had directed crucial support to two of the al-Qaida hijackers.
The disclosure came in a new declaration filed in federal court by a senior FBI official in response to a lawsuit brought by families of 9/11 victims that accuses the Saudi government of complicity in the terrorist attacks.
Letter from Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism followed by Times of Israel’s related story. (letter signed by Gordon Duff, Jim W. Dean and Kevin Barrett)
Attorney General’s argument in New York Federal Court on 9/11 case great heresy on the issue of global justice
In a letter to the United States Attorney General, William Barr, the Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism called for the revelation of the truth of 9/11 attacks.
Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism Public Relations – In one part of the letter it is said “Your Excellency, The philosophy of trial and ultimate value of law court is reflected in the society’s access to truth and justice. Therefore, elites and thinkers, after a long experience of tragic conflicts in human history, conclude that the first basis of justice in a society is an independent system from the influence of those in power and wealth to guarantee and respect the fundamental rights and freedoms of every beneficiary, including right to truth.”
In another part of the letter we read “Your Excellency, your argument in the hearing of the Federal Court on the fact that the information on Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the 9/11 is a state secret is a great heresy on the issue of global justice which contradicts with the duties of the US Attorney General and apparently violates international law and human rights of the victims of 9/11.”
In the other part we read “Your Excellency, not hearing the voices of the victims seeking the truth behind the 9/11 plotters will have very detrimental effects on human rights and global security. Furthermore, it is a green light for the plotters and policy makers supporting terrorism to continue crimes and policy of terror-therapy in complete immunity and the deplorable arrogance of terrorism in the world, especially in Asia after 9/11, is originated from the results of this immunity of the holders of terrorism.”
“In principle, any criminal case is considered secret as long as there is no catastrophe, in order to prevent the catastrophe from happening or there may be a fear of perpetrators evading justice. Now that the crime has been committed, how investigating on the effects, how it happened and finding the hidden and obvious accomplices of the crime can be secret?” ADVT wrote in the letter.
In continue it is said “Survivors of terrorist attacks are important and integral parts of cases of terrorism who must be involved in the trial process.”
In the end of the letter it is stated that “As a representative of the Civil Society of the victims of terrorism in Iran, the Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism expect Your Excellency to be more transparent in removing the barriers of informing 9/11 victims about realities of the tragedy and take measure to inform the public opinion about the secrecy of terrorism. We hope that we will take an effective step in undermining the foundations of terrorism and helping establish global peace and security with such actions.”
It is worth mentioning that Brett Eagleson, a spokesman for the 9/11 families whose father was killed in the attacks said “This shows there is a complete government cover-up of the Saudi involvement. It demonstrates there was a hierarchy of command that’s coming from the Saudi Embassy to the Ministry of Islamic Affairs [in Los Angeles] to the hijackers.”
Iran and Turkey media: US revealed Saudi official linked to 9/11
Fars News says that “the FBI leaked the identity of a Saudi official at the Saudi embassy in Washington who allegedly supported two al-Qaeda operatives during the incident.”
Iran’s Fars News and Turkey’s Anadolu, both of which tend to represent the government’s official view, highlighted a report that asserts the US mistakenly revealed the name of a Saudi official linked to 9/11 hijackers.
“The FBI leaked the identity of a Saudi official at the Saudi Embassy in Washington who allegedly supported two al-Qaeda operatives during the incident,” Fars News reported.
A mistake was made in a declaration by an FBI official in relation to a “lawsuit by families of 9/11 victims who say the Saudi government was involved in the attacks,” Anadolu reported. According to a Turkish media report, a filing was released in April and unsealed last week.
“Mussaed Ahmed al-Jarrah was mistakenly named in the declaration,” Anadolu reported. “Al-Jarrah was a mid-level Saudi Foreign Ministry official who was assigned to the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC, in 1999 and 2000. He was in charge of supervising the activities of Ministry of Islamic Affairs employees at Saudi-funded mosques and Islamic centers in the US, according to the report. The authorities believe that Al-Jarrah instructed two people – Fahad al-Thumairy, a cleric; and Omar al-Bayoumi, a suspected Saudi agent – to help two of the hijackers settle in the US in January 2000 ahead of the attacks.”
The whereabouts of Jarrah are unknown, Anadolu reported. It postulated he may be in Saudi Arabia.
Turkey’s interest in highlighting this is due to Turkey’s current government being an implacable foe of Riyadh.
Turkey also accuses Saudi Arabia of involvement in killing a dissident in Turkey in 2018. Turkey is a key ally of Qatar and works with Iran. Iran also opposes Saudi Arabia and seeks to embarrass Riyadh.
Iran’s Fars News said the US inadvertently revealed “one of the most sensitive secrets of the US government about the 9/11 attacks.” Jarrah was a “cultural adviser from 1999 to 2000” in Washington, it reported.
This took place more than 20 years ago. Iran’s media said this is the first time a connection has been made between “the hijackers and the Saudi Embassy.
The revelation, which a senior US government official confirmed was done unintentionally, appears to raise questions about Saudi Arabia’s possible connection to the terrorist attack. It also highlights the unusual efforts of senior Trump administration officials in recent months to prevent the publicity of domestic documents related to the incident, Fars News reported.
The story is now making its way into English media in the UK and elsewhere. Al Jazeera in Qatar also picked up the story on Tuesday. Al Jazeera and Qatar’s government also are critical of Saudi Arabia and want to harm Riyadh’s reputation in Washington.
The US Department of Justice under President Donald Trump still was refusing to open FBI files despite the civil lawsuit by 9/11 victims, ProPublica reported in April.
The department asserted it was a state secret. In 2019, reports indicated the US would reveal key names. “A 2012 report by the FBI said the agency was investigating Fahad al-Thumairy and Omar Ahmed al-Bayoumi, Saudi nationals who had allegedly helped the attackers,” ABC reported at the time. “Al-Thumairy is a former Saudi consulate official, and Mr al-Bayoumi was once suspected of being a Saudi intelligence officer.”
It appears efforts have been made to make sure that at least some of this information will remain behind closed doors. A Wikipedia link for Al-Thumairy takes one to a page about 9/11 “conspiracy” theories.
Despite almost two decades and changes in leadership in both the US and Saudi Arabia, there still are concerns that controversial documents or previously classified briefings related to 9/11 might be revealed.
The US was very reticent after 9/11 to cast any blame on its allies where the hijackers may have come from or on countries, such as Pakistan, that supported the Taliban and religious extremism and harbored terrorists and anti-American extremists. Saudi Arabia cracked down on extremists and al-Qaeda after 9/11, and there were a wave of attacks in the kingdom.
A terrorist attack, which al-Qaeda in Yemen took responsibility for, targeted the US Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida, in 2019 and was carried out by a Saudi national. In the wake of it, other Saudi cadets were sent home. The US and Saudi Arabia appeared to have not identified the shooter’s growing extremist views.
Despite Turkey and Iran trying to highlight Saudi Arabia and 9/11, both countries have their own sordid history of hosting extremists. ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was located by the US just a few hundred meters from Turkey, and he was linked to smuggling networks in Turkey.
Turkish-backed extremists have carried out attacks against Kurds and murdered Kurdish activists in recent months. Iran has worked with the Taliban and hosted members of Al-Qaeda. Hamza Bin Laden, son of the arch terrorist Osama, went to Iran and lived there for years. The US hunted him down and killed him in an airstrike in August 2019.