Posts Tagged ‘Sarasota’

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Graham is too diplomatic to call it Treason. I am not.

The FBI alone has acknowledged it has tens of thousands of pages of 9/11 reports that it refuses to make public.

Sixteen years after 9/11, the American public deserves answers, not secrecy

To make matters worse, agencies withholding information tell what are essentially lies to make their actions seem as acceptable as possible.

For example, the FBI repeatedly has said its investigation of a Saudi family who moved abruptly out of their Sarasota home two weeks before 9/11 — leaving behind their cars, clothes, furniture and other belongings — found no connections to the attacks. Yet statements in the FBI’s own files that were never disclosed to Congress or the 9/11 Commission say the opposite — that the Sarasota Saudis had “many connections” to “individuals associated with the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001.”

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Looks like SOMEONE GOT TO HER…

Secret FBI information about who funded the 9/11 attacks will remain hidden indefinitely after a Miami federal judge reversed herself last week and decided that the FBI was not improperly withholding it from the public.

Miami judge rules out FOIA trial, says FBI document on 9/11 funding to remain secret
“Much of what we did get confirmed the Bulldog’s reporting about Sarasota has been 100 percent correct and the FBI lied to the public about that. This case may be headed to the Supreme Court.”

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FBI asks Miami judge to reconsider, keep secret ‘sensitive details’ about 9/11
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Trial looms as judge denies FBI request to keep 9/11 records secret

Miami federal judge has rejected FBI assertions that many records should be kept secret due to privacy considerations.

At the same time, U.S. District Court Judge Cecilia Altonaga granted summary judgment in the FBI’s favor regarding more than 1,000 pages of classified records it withheld from public view citing national security and other exemptions to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Those records, about which little is known, will remain secret.

A trial could be needed to resolve outstanding issues in the case, the judge said.

 

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FBI coughs up new 9/11 records about Sarasota; Documents, evidence missing

 

Newly released FBI documents say agents investigating 9/11 connections did not obtain security records from a Sarasota-area gated community containing alleged evidence that 9/11 hijackers had visited the residence of a Saudi family with ties to the royal family.

The memorandum also fails to explain, as the commission’s final report suggested it would, the basis for FBI statements made to the 9/11 Review Commission that sought to discredit an April 2002 FBI report that – contrary to the FBI’s public comments – said agents found “many connections” between the Sarasota Saudis and “individuals associated with the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001.”

A heavily censored copy of the four-page Memorandum for the Record is among more than 200 pages of declassified 9/11 Review Commission records released to FloridaBulldog.org this month by the FBI amid ongoing Freedom of Information litigation.

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[There is, of course, a dishonest anti-conspiracy meme floating around the Internet.  People are encouraged to mock and ridicule people who want the truth about the 9/11 attacks (like Miami Herald reporters?).  But this simian-level chorus of pseudo-intellectual mockery comes from pure ignorance, a profound and disturbing ignorance that is difficult to stomach when it concerns such important matters.  

It’s 13 years of blatant cover-up by the federal government now, across two administrations.  We still have clear obstruction of justice, the protection of the Saudi regime and the treasonous “Aid and Comfort” of parties directly involved in the September 11th attacks — like the owner of the house pictured above.  More background on this evidence.]

 

Miami Herald:

More secret 9/11 documents identified, but FBI has yet to turn them over to judge

Contradicting an earlier assertion made under oath by a senior FBI official, an attorney for the Justice Department said Wednesday that the FBI has identified four more boxes of “classified” 9/11 documents held by its Tampa field office.

The government, however, has yet to comply with a federal judge’s orders Friday that it turn over copies of that massive9/11 file — now said to total 27 boxes — for his personal inspection.

U.S. District Judge William J. Zloch issued those orders in a Freedom of Information lawsuit brought by BrowardBulldog.org seeking records about the FBI’s investigation into apparent pre-9/11 terrorist activity in Sarasota.