FBI Surveillance of Occupy – Not Boston Bombers

Posted: May 17, 2013 in -
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RT Breaking the Set:



RT has ignored all the evidence that has emerged of CIA links to the Boston bombers, including their own uncle.  Breaking the Set has yet to utter the name “Graham Fuller” just like the rest of the censored US media.  The assumption that FBI was too distracted to look into the Tsarnaev brothers doesn’t fly.  The CIA has interfered in previous cases with FBI monitoring of terrorist suspects who were working FOR CIA.

FBI malfeasance happened in the 9/11 case and with Ali Mohammad.  This may be the explanation for FBI’s refusal to monitor the Tsarnaev brothers, and NOT this easy to digest “distraction” story.


And a little unknown history from the NY Times:

The accusation stems from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s refusal to allow investigators for a Congressional inquiry and the independent Sept. 11 commission to interview an informant, Abdussattar Shaikh, who had been the landlord in San Diego of two Sept. 11 hijackers.

Abdussattar Shaikh 2 fox news_2050081722-32524

In his book “Intelligence Matters,” Mr. Graham, the co-chairman of the Congressional inquiry with Representative Porter J. Goss, Republican of Florida, said an F.B.I. official wrote them in November 2002 and said “the administration would not sanction a staff interview with the source.” On Tuesday, Mr. Graham called the letter “a smoking gun” and said, “The reason for this cover-up goes right to the White House.”

The report added to suspicions about a Saudi role in the hijacking plot.

Senator Accuses Bush of Cover-Up
Published: September 8, 2004


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