Titel: Mohammed Atta, war Mitglied im US Geheimdienst Antworten mit
US Militär Geheimdienst hat in jeder Schweinerei die Finger drin a. am 11.9.01

Wir kommen so langsam an die wirklichen Hintermänner des 11..9.01.

Man folge immer den Spuren des dubiosen Rumsfeld und Cheney, welche
für die NeoCons wie Richard Pearle ein Verbrechen inzenierten.

Der Autor dieses Artikels ist ein anerkannter Schweizer Fachmann und
dokumentiert, das Mohammed Atta unser Freund aus Hamburg in
Wirklichkeit für den US Geheimdienst arbeitete und zugleich der
Organisator des 11.9. war.

Dr. Daniele Ganser
Forschungsstelle f. Sicherheitspolitik
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Daniele Ganser


Able Danger adds twist to 9/11
9/11 Ringleader connected to secret Pentagon operation

by Dr. Daniele Ganser

August 27, 2005
ISN Security Watch


According to both the Bush administration and the official 9/11
Commission report, he was working on the orders of Osama Bin Laden
who, from remote Afghanistan, controlled the entire operation.

Now, almost exactly four years after 9/11, the facts appear to have
been turned upside down. We now learn that Atta was also connected to
a top secret operation of the Pentagon’s Special Operations Command
(SOCOM) in the US. According to Army reserve Lieutenant-Colonel
Anthony Shaffer, a top secret Pentagon project code-named Able Danger
had identified Atta and three other 9/11 hijackers as members of an
al-Qaida cell more than a year before the attacks.

Able Danger was an 18-month highly classified operation tasked,
according to Shaffer, with “developing targeting information for
al-Qaida on a global scale”, and used data-mining techniques to look
for “patterns, associations, and linkages”. He said he himself had
first encountered the names of the four hijackers in mid-2000.

Schaffer himself was fully aware of the delicacy of his revelations.
As such, he chose to first speak to US lawmaker and Speaker of the
House Dennis Hastert (Republican, Illinois) and House Intelligence
Committee Chairman Peter Hoekstra (Republican, Michigan). Schaffer
said the two had assured him that exposing the secret “was the right
thing to do”. “I was given assurances we would not suffer any adverse
consequences for bringing this to the attention of the public,” he