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samedi 17 mars 2007

Les aveux de Khalid Sheikh Mohammed sur le 9/11



Les aveux de Khalid Sheikh Mohammed sur le 9/11


Cette semaine est venu la très surprenante nouvelle des aveux de Khalid Sheikh Mohammed qui aurait admis avoir été le cerveau derrière l`organisation du 9/11 de A à Z. De plus, il a avoué avoir participé et organisé à une trentaine des plus grosses attaques terroristes des dernières décennies, incluant les attaques sur le WTC en `93, le Plaza Bank, les bombes à Bali, et avoir planifié des tentatives d`assassinats sur Clinton, Carter et le Pape.

Cette histoire à se tirer les cheveux ne tient pas debout deux secondes. Premièrement, selon le Asia Times, il aurait été tué il y a quelques années lors d`un raid policier au Pakistan (ce qui expliquerait pourquoi ils nous montrent toujours la même photo de lui...), et d`un autre côté, il a déclaré avoir été le cerveau derrière les attaques contre la Plaza Bank, mais pourtant il serait détenu à Guantanamo depuis quelques années alors que la Plaza Bank fut inauguré seulement qu`en 2006.

Et selon les aveux mêmes de certains agents ayant participé à sa torture à Guantanamo, il a été soumis à de la torture, et suis maintenant son procès à un tribunal militaire à huit clos, ou ni le public, ni la presse n`a droit d`assister, pas même d`avocats indépendants qui peuvent le défendre.
Crédible comme histoire??!!

Si vous y comprenez quoique ce soit, prière de me laisser une note pour m`expliquer ce que c`est que cette histoire de fou. Mais pour le moment, je me dis que ça doit être une des pièce de propagande les plus ridicule que je n`ai jamais vu!


KSM: The Ultimate Patsy "Confesses"


FLASHBACK: A chilling inheritance of terror


Now it has emerged that Kuwaiti national Khalid Shaikh Mohammed did indeed perish in the raid, but his wife and child were taken from the apartment and handed over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), in whose hands they remain.

Like Osama, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed is proving very useful for a dead guy!


Maybe that's why we only ever see the one photo of him, over and over and over and over... - M. R.


Matt Lauer: Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?


Huge Problem with KSM Confession


In his confession, KSM claims:

"I was responsible for planning, training, surveying, and financing for the New (or Second) Wave of attacks against the following skyscrapers after 9/11: ...Plaza Bank, Washington state"

The Plaza Bank was not founded until 2006 according to their official Web site


Officials: Mohammed exaggerated claims


Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the alleged "Al-Qaeda mastermind," has confessed to direct involvement in a myriad of terrorist attacks and assassination plots around the world, including 9/11 "from A to Z," but some are likely to be disappointed that after 5 years of torture he stopped short of accepting responsibility for killing Kennedy, creating AIDS and being the real Santa Claus.


The Pentagon's press release was subject to editing on behalf of the U.S. Defense Department to remove any sensitive material that Khalid might have unwittingly revealed between his water boarding sessions, but I'm sure we can trust this same gaggle of criminals that lectured us on WMD and "accidentally" misplaced over 2 trillion dollars.


In the document, KSM confesses to almost every nasty thing that's happened in the world over the past twenty years, as well as formulating plots to assassinate Clinton, Carter and the Pope. It's just a shame that the torture masters were not given more time to really put the screws to Khalid, because then we may have found out that he was also responsible for the Challenger disaster and the O.J. Simpson murders.


But since Khalid has squealed on the "A to Z" of 9/11, perhaps he can provide some answers to a few troubling little questions that still have us 9/11 "conspiracy nuts" running around in circles;


- Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for the FBI ordering the 1993 World Trade Center bombing to go ahead? In his confession, KSM says he ran the attack but fails to explain why it was the FBI who provided the terror cell with the bomb materials through their informant.


- Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for NORAD completely reversing its standard operating procedure on the day of 9/11?


- Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for the collapse of three steel buildings, one that was not hit by a plane, from fire damage alone for the first and only time in history?


- Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for warning, according to Newsweek, a group of top Pentagon officials to cancel their flights on the evening of September 10th due to security concerns?


- Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for the record number of 'put' options, speculation that the stock of a company will fall, that were placed on American and United Airlines in the days preceding September 11th? This despite a September 10th Reuters report stating 'airline stocks set to fly.'


- Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for blocking FBI anti-terrorism investigations before 9/11 related to the bin Laden family and Saudi charities that were front groups for Al-Qaeda?


- Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for advising the Secret Service not to remove President Bush from a completely unsecured Florida elementary school by letting them know he wasn't a target on 9/11?



Certainly, another senior al-Qaeda figure, Ramzi Binalshibh, widely attributed as being the coordinator of the September 11 attacks on the United States a year earlier, was taken alive and handed over to the US. The latest information is that he is on a US warship somewhere in the Gulf.

Now it has emerged that Kuwaiti national Khalid Shaikh Mohammed did indeed perish in the raid, but his wife and child were taken from the apartment and handed over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), in whose hands they remain.


On Thursday, NBC's Today Show explored whether the confessions of alleged 9/11 "mastermind" Khalid Sheikh Mohammed can be trusted, since he claimed to have been tortured after being detained.


"Let's talk about the issue of torture," NBC's Matt Lauer said. "He says in his statement that he didn't make this statement under duress or pressure, but he does also say that he was tortured by the CIA after his capture."


Last September, CIA sources told ABC News that the harshest technique they were authorized to use on "high-value detainees, such as the 9/11 attacks architect Khalid Sheikh Mohamed...was called 'water boarding,' in which a prisoner's face was covered with cellophane, and water is poured over it (pictured above) -- meant to trigger an unbearable gag reflex."


Brian Ross and Richard Esposito reported for ABC's The Blotter that "new rules issued by the Pentagon today prohibit water boarding, though there was no clear acknowledgement that it was permitted previously," and that "CIA officers told ABC News that 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed lasted the longest under water boarding, two and a half minutes, before beginning to talk."



In his confession, KSM claims:


"I was responsible for planning, training, surveying, and financing for the New (or Second) Wave of attacks against the following skyscrapers after 9/11: ...Plaza Bank, Washington state"


The Plaza Bank was not founded until 2006 according to their official Web site:


" Founded in early 2006, with a vision of creating the leading commercial bank in the Pacific Northwest, Plaza Bank’s story quickly captured the hearts and passion of some of the region’s leading business minds. From Jack Creighton, former CEO of Weyerhaeuser and United Airlines, to former Seattle Mariner Edgar Martinez, and nationally acclaimed salon operator Gene Juárez, the story of a bank founded to bring “class to the mass” simply could not be contained."


I think we can say for quite certain that whomever is being held as KSM was either caught recently or that his entire confession is a fraud.


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