The Man Who Can Find Out the Truth
For more than seven years, the American people have debated just who was actually behind the attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. We have the government-sponsored 19 hijackers and a few boxcutters theory. We have the Israeli false flag theory, and all kinds of questions in between. However, in thinking about all the information that has been forthcoming, it occurred to me that we can learn a whole lot about the attacks by simply asking new CIA director, Leon Panetta, to investigate. Here is the theory:
The conservative French newspaper, Le Figaro, reported in 2001 that Osama bin Laden spent the period of time between July 4 and July 14, 2001, at the American Hospital in Dubai where he underwent surgery.
During his stay in the hospital, he met with a CIA official. While on the World's "most wanted list", no attempt was made to arrest him during his two week stay in the hospital, shedding doubt on the Administration's resolve to track down Osama bin Laden.
Defense Secretary Rumsfeld stated that it would be difficult to find him and extradite him. Its like "searching for a needle in a stack of hay". But the US could have ordered his arrest and extradition in Dubai that July. But then they would not have had a pretext of waging a war.
"Having taken off from the Quetta airport in Pakistan, bin Laden was transferred to the hospital upon his arrival at Dubai airport. He was accompanied by his personal physician and faithful lieutenant, who could be Ayman al-Zawahari--but on this sources are not entirely certain--, four bodyguards, as well as a male Algerian nurse, and admitted to the American Hospital, a glass and marble building situated between the Al-Garhoud and Al-Maktoum bridges.
Each floor of the hospital has two "VIP" suites and fifteen rooms. The Saudi billionnaire was admitted to the well-respected urology department. As early as March, 2000, 'Asia Week,' published in Hong Kong, expressed concern for bin Laden's health, describing a serious medical problem that could put his life in danger because of "a kidney infection that is propagating itself to the liver and requires specialized treatment". According to authorized sources, bin Laden had mobile dialysis equipment shipped to his hideout in Kandahar in the first part of 2000.
While he was hospitalised, bin Laden received visits from many members of his family as well as prominent Saudis and Emiratis. During the hospital stay, the local CIA agent, known to many in Dubai, was seen taking the main elevator of the hospital to go to bin Laden's hospital room. A few days later, the CIA man bragged to a few friends about having visited bin Laden. Authorised sources say that on July 15th, the day after bin Laden returned to Quetta, the CIA agent was called back to headquarters."
Many questions arise.
- Why was bin Laden not arrested as he was among the Most Wanted?
- Who was the CIA agent who met with bin Laden and what did they discuss?
- When that CIA agent reported back to headquarters, to whom did he report?
- Dick Cheney?
- Is it possible that the CIA agent was just finalizing preparations for the attack which was to come in less than two months?
sources: Global Research and Guardian
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