the Extent of His Prior Knowledge as The Truth Comes Out in the
Mainstream Media -- Bush Says He Had Heard There Were Going to Be
Hijackings, but That Intelligence Had Never Told Him They Were Planning
To Fly the Jets into Buildings. Read After the Mainstream Postings
about Bush's Prior Knowledge in August for Articles Showing the
Govt. Was Fully Aware of the Threat Hijackings and Suicide Jet Attacks
into Buildings in 1995.
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Biggest Scandal in History into a Petty Political Dog and Pony Show
Where Two Sides of the Same Coin Duke It Out. Whether You Are a
Republican or a Democrat You Should Be Horrified That the Military
Industrial Complex Engineered These Attacks As a Pretext to Destroy
the Liberties Our Founding Fathers Fought So Hard to Guarantee for
slams hijack 'politics'
President Richard B. Cheney yesterday warned congressional Democrats
against trying to score political points by making "incendiary"
assertions about what the White House knew about terrorist threats
before the September 11 attacks.
for attack on al-Qaida
given strategy two days before Sept. 11
by the Criticism of Bush's Prior Knowledge
President Dick Cheney said Thursday that congressional Democrats
need to be "very cautious" about their criticism of the
Bush administration's decision not to disclose intelligence before
Sept. 11 that terrorists wanted to hijack U.S. airplanes.
Seethe over Bush Prior Knowledge
wife, had she known, would not have taken that flight," said
Stephen Push, whose wife of 21 years, Lisa Raines, was killed aboard
the hijacked plane that hit the Pentagon.
Respond to Plot Report
relatives of Sept. 11 victims are seething over revelations that
President Bush got advance warnings -- not shared with the public
-- that Osama bin Laden's terror network might hijack U.S. planes.
said she won't shut up on Sept. 11, claims she was wrongly derided
McKinney appeared to feel vindicated Thursday, after revelations
that the Bush administration had warnings before Sept. 11 about
possible airplane hijackings.
Scrambles to Cover Its Tracks
Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice said Thursday that the Aug. 6
briefing to President Bush was the most generalized type of "analytic
report" and not a "warning" of imminent attack.
Ball for the Administration
Chief: Memo Warning of Flight Training Wouldn't Have Prevented Terror
signs suggested 'that something was up'
Intelligence agencies had indications for months and even years
before September 11 that terrorists were planning attacks with aircraft.
the FBI know?
Democrats on Capitol Hill were hyperventilating over the fact that
a picture of President Bush doing his job on September 11 was auctioned
at a Republican Party fund-raiser, a serious national security issue
came to the fore: the fact that the administration missed a series
of previously undisclosed warnings about the possibility of an upcoming
terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
of hijacks before September 11
failure of American intelligence to prevent the September 11 attacks
came back to haunt President Bush yesterday after the White House
admitted that the president was warned beforehand of a possible
hijacking by terrorists linked to Osama bin Laden.
warned of potential hijackings
Bush was told weeks before the Sept. 11 attacks that Osama bin Laden's
terrorist network might try to hijack U.S. planes, and the administration
passed the warning to federal agencies, White House officials confirmed
Told of Hijacking Dangers in August
Bush and his top advisers were informed by the CIA early last August
that terrorists associated with Osama bin Laden had discussed the
possibility of hijacking airplanes, according to reliable sources.
Eyes Reaction to Pre-Sept. 11 Warnings
of Congress raised questions on Thursday as to whether the Bush
administration should have reacted better to warnings in August
that Osama bin Laden's followers might hijack U.S. passenger planes.
Bush Do Enough?
of Congress are raising questions as to whether the Bush administration
should have reacted better to warnings in August that Osama bin
Laden's followers might hijack a jet.
Sept. 11 FBI investigation
the letter, Grassley asked for an investigation into how the FBI
handled a now-infamous July 2001 memo from the FBI's Phoenix, Ariz.,
field office recommending that the bureau keep an eye on flight
schools, obtain visa information on enrolled pilots and coordinate
a nationwide investigation
of threat before September 11
CIA warned the US president, George Bush, weeks before September
11 that al-Qaida terrorists might hijack US aeroplanes, the White
House admitted yesterday
the Govt. Had Been Aware of the Terrorist Threat of Hijacking and
Flying the Jets into Buildings Since 1995
infowars.com's extensive Prior Knowledge Archive)
on Bin Laden Hijack-Kamikaze Plot
was called "Operation Bojinka," a 1995 plot hatched by
an al-Qaeda cell in the Philippines with an eye toward blowing up
12 American airliners. Some would be booby-trapped with bombs, like
Pan Am 103, others hijacked like the four U.S. jets commandeered
on 9-11 and crashed into buildings.
years before the September 11 attacks, Philippine police took down
an al Qaeda cell that had been plotting, among other things, to
fly explosives-laden planes into the Pentagon
of Suicide Hijack Threat in 1995
law-enforcement authorities knew as early as 1995 that Middle Eastern
men were training at American flight schools and had discussed crashing
planes into federal buildings, but did not follow up on the information,
according to documents and interviews with American and Filipino
in 1995 of plot to hijack planes, attack buildings
FBI was warned six years ago of a terrorist plot to hijack commercial
planes and slam them into the Pentagon, the CIA headquarters and
banned 2 months before 9-11
rescinded rule allowing guns in cockpits just before terror attacks
Memo Cited Bin Laden
classified memorandum written by an F.B.I. agent in Phoenix last
summer urging bureau headquarters to investigate Middle Eastern
men enrolled in American flight schools also cited Osama bin Laden
by name and suggested that his followers could use the schools to
train for terror operations
memo cites flight schools, bin Laden
A memo by an
FBI agent last summer urged the bureau's headquarters to investigate
Middle Eastern men enrolled in American flight schools and named
Osama bin Laden, suggesting followers could use the schools for
Agent Sues Bureau, Alleges FBI Ignored Hamas Activities
Sues, Saying Bureau Refused to File Charges, Disrupt Pre-Sept. 11
notes pointed to possible World Trade Center attack
Cleared Sept. 11 Hijacker in Early 2001
aviation authorities were alerted in early 2001 that an Arizona
flight school believed one of the eventual Sept. 11 hijackers lacked
the English and flying skills necessary for the commercial pilot's
license he already held, flight school and government
Inadequacies Over Terrorist Warning
FBI's failure to follow up on an agent's pre-Sept. 11 warning about
Islamic militants attending U.S. flight schools highlights inadequacies
in the bureau's counter-terrorism efforts