Posts Tagged ‘Hopsicker’

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Hopsicker has some dirt. Long-winded article gets good after the midpoint.

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Former CIA Official Lied in Boston Bombing Cover-Up

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It reveals that Tsarni had worked in Central Asia for the Agency for International Development (USAID)—a U.S. Government Agency often used for cover by the CIA, including a two-year stint in the former Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan during the “Wild West” days of the early 1990’s, when anything that wasn’t nailed down in that country was up for grabs.

Not a lot new here, if you’re familiar with Hopsicker’s previous series. He opts for a lot of style over substance. You may be better off familiarising yourself with my take on the Boston bombing cover-up:

Uncle Ruslan Tsarni’s Organization May Have Funded Terrorists
Is This the Man Who “Radicalized” Dzhokhar Tsarnaev? (full text)

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I’m in shock right now  The most censored and explosive news story of the entire fraudulent “war on terrorism” has just been digitally erased from the internet.  This is terrifying, Orwellian stuff if the reason is a government assault on press freedom.  It’s happening right now.

Is this documentary evidence the reason?

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Dan Hopsicker tied the Congress of Chechen International Organization to known terrorists like “Shaikh Fathi” who was mentioned in a Patrick Fitzgerald federal indictment.  He demonstrated a funding pathway to Chechen terrorists.

I am still hunting for the original article and images.  Here is an excerpt of a  post about it from another website:

“In 1995, Hopsicker reports that Ruslan formed a company called the “Congress of Chechen International Organizations.” Ruslan even listed his former American spy father-in-law’s home in Rockville, Maryland as the address for the organization. Fuller confirmed this past weekend that Ruslan resided in his home for at least a year while he was married to his daughter. Ruslan’s organization provided funding to a charity, Benevolence International, that would later be designated “financiers of terrorism” by the U.S. Treasury Department and shut down by former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald after 9/11. Yes, the same prosecutor who sent some of Obama’s closest pals, including Tony Rezko and former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, to prison. The group aided Sheikh Faithi, who Fitzgerald would later describe in an indictment as “a major conduit for providing material support for the Chechen rebels.” Hopsicker notes that Fathi would later “gain a measure of infamy” when it would be learned that he introduced a major Al Qaeda operative to the fight in Afghanistan, Al Khattab, who became the commander of the so-called 20th hijacker from 9/11, Zaccarias Mossaoui.  Hopsicker shows a letter used by Fitzgerald in the prosecution of Faithi in which a representative of Ruslan’s organization is thanking Benevolence International for providing shoes to Chechens. The shoes, according to Fitzgerald’s indictment, were actually anti-mine boots for the Chechen Mujahideen to use in their fight against the Russian army. Hopsicker wonders if Ruslan’s organization was acting as a cut-out for the CIA given his close ties to Fuller. Hopsicker also notes a report by Bloomberg that Ruslan started working for USAID as a consultant again in 2008. “Using the home address of a top CIA official under President Ronald Reagan, who had also, and perhaps not coincidentally, been the author of a famous memo that eventually led Oliver North to step off a plane in Iran with TOW missiles in one hand and a cake for the Ayatollah in the other, Ruslan Tsarni’s Congress of Chechens put into practice the CIA’s unacknowledged policy in the former Soviet Republics,” Hopsicker concludes.”