Friday, October 11, 2013

Anas al-Libi, Ali Mohamed, Mohammed Atta

"U.S. Officials Say Libya Approved Commando Raids" (my gleeful emphasis in red):
"George Little, the Defense Department spokesman, declined to comment on Tuesday. American officials said that although the Libyans had tacitly approved the Saturday raid, they had not played a role in the actual operation and had not been told in advance when it would happen. "
"Obama’s Rendition Operation in Libya: It’s Like President George W. Bush Got a Fourth Term"

"Kerry: Capture of terror suspect in Libya legal":  "complied with U.S. law"

"For Susan Rice, This Terror War Just Turned Personal":
"Rice was the assistant secretary of state for African affairs when simultaneous truck bombs tore through the two embassies, killing more than 200 people. Colleagues from the time said the magnitude of the attack and its enormous human toll left Rice deeply shaken. They said her memories of that bloody day may have made the capture of Abu Anas al-Libi particularly gratifying." 
"Abu Anas al-Libi capture: Britain asked why America's most wanted al-Qa'ida terror suspect was given UK asylum"

"Monday, February 24, 2003": "I've written about Ali Mohamed . . . "  "it's like he just kinda vanished into thin air"

"The Able Danger danger" "Able Danger whitewash attempt" "The Able Danger cover-up"

You'll note that Anas al-Libi, Ali Mohamed and Mohammed Atta must have had the same guidance counselor, for they all took a similar convoluted career path.
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