Bekijk volle/desktop versie : Ex-antiterrorisme-adviseur Richard Clarke: "CIA rekruteerde 2 9/11 kapers"



22-08-2011, 14:07
(CBS News) A former White House adviser who has long criticized President George W. Bush on the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks will reportedly be featured in a documentary advancing an admittedly unsupported theory that the Central Intelligence Agency tried to turn two of the 9/11 hijackers into double agents while they resided in the United States in the years leading up to the attacks.


The top counterterrorism adviser to President Clinton and Mr. Bush, Richard Clarke details his baseless accusation of the CIA recruitment -- and subsequent cover-up upon its failure -- in a radio documentary planned for the upcoming 10th anniversary of the attacks, according to a report in The Daily Beast Thursday.


"I've thought a lot about this," Clarke says in the documentary being produced by FF4 Films, in which he describes his theory as "the only conceivable reason that I've been able to come up with" to explain why the White House wasn't informed of the terrorists' presence in the country, the Beast reports.


During the 9/11 Commission's investigation of the attacks, the CIA said it didn't know the location of the hijackers Clarke refers to, Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, the Beast reports.


In the documentary, Clarke says his theory, which he says he has no proof to support, concludes that the CIA director at the time, George Tenet, ordered the cover-up after the recruitment effort failed, the Beast reports. In response to that accusation, Tenet released a written statement saying that Clarke has "suddenly invented baseless allegations which are belied by the record and unworthy of serious consideration."


Clarke's accusation against Tenet represents a dramatic shift from the way he praised the CIA chief during a 2004 interview with CBS' "60 Minutes."


Clarke's take on terror
Video: Richard Clarke speaks out
Video: Bush White House reacts to Clarke's interview


"George Tenet was saying to the White House, saying to the president - because he briefed him every morning - a major al Qaeda attack is going to happen against the United States somewhere in the world in the weeks and months ahead," Clarke told "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl about the months leading up to the attacks. "He said that in June, July, August."

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/08/12/national/main20091608.shtml

22-08-2011, 14:09


[video=youtube;N-OYRMB6Sy8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=N-OYRMB6Sy8[/video]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=N-OYRMB6Sy8

22-08-2011, 14:10
[B]"George Tenet was saying to the White House, saying to the president - because he briefed him every morning - a major al Qaeda attack is going to happen against the United States somewhere in the world in the weeks and months ahead," Clarke told "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl about the months leading up to the attacks. "He said that in June, July, August."[/B]


Georg John Tenet (New York (New York), 5 januari 1953) is de voormalige directeur van de Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).


Tenet was onderdirecteur van de CIA van juni 1995 tot hij directeur werd op 11 juli 1997. Hoewel de directeur van de CIA normaal gesproken vervangen wordt als een nieuwe president geïnstalleerd wordt, bleef Tenet toen George W. Bush president werd.

Tenet kondigde op 2 juni 2004 zijn vertrek per 11 juli 2004 aan wegens “persoonlijke omstandigheden”. In de media werd gespeculeerd dat door de regering Bush op zijn vertrek zou zijn aangedrongen. De CIA heeft de afgelopen tijd enige blunders gemaakt. Zo had de organisatie de aanslagen van 11 september 2001 niet zien aankomen en ook de vermeende massavernietigingswapens in Irak zijn niet aangetroffen. Eind juli wordt het rapport van de commissie verwacht die de aanslagen van 11 september onderzoekt. Verwacht wordt dat de CIA stevige kritiek zal krijgen op de fouten die zijn gemaakt.

Richard Alan Clarke (Boston, oktober 1951) was een Amerikaans overheidsfunctionaris. Hij verschafte nationaal veiligheidsadvies aan de Amerikaanse presidenten Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton en George W. Bush op het gebied van inlichtingendiensten en terrorisme van 1973 tot 2003. Clarkes specialiteiten waren cyber security, antiterrorisme en homeland security. Hij was de antiterrorisme-adviseur in de VS National Security Council ten tijde van de aanslagen op 11 september 2001. Hij trad in januari 2003 terug.

Zijn boek Against All Enemies verscheen begin 2004, toen hij ook getuigde voor de National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.

22-08-2011, 14:11
Stuk voor stuk, worden ze ontmaskerd.

22-08-2011, 14:16


Als je dit leest.

George Tenet was saying to the White House, saying to the president - because he briefed him every morning - a major al Qaeda attack is going to happen against the United States somewhere in the world in the weeks and months ahead," Clarke told "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl about the months leading up to the attacks. "He said that in June, July, August."


Dan snap je waarom ze bin laden als foto gebruikte in juni 2001 voor oefeningen tegen eventuele vliegtuigkapingen.



Operation Amalgam Virgo is a CINCNORAD joint task counter-terrorist and field training exercise (FTX) carried out in Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida on early June 2001. NORAD sponsored the multi-agency planning exercise involving the hypothetical scenario of a cruise missile or UAV launched by a terrorist group [1]. Osama Bin Laden was pictured on the cover of the proposal for the exercise. Key military players involved in the exercise also included personnel from the 1st Air Force battalion, the U.S. National Guard, the U.S. Reserve forces, and the U.S. Navy.

Several naval ships including the USS Yorktown and the Navy Aegis cruiser were dispatched to the Gulf of Mexico as part of the multi-service anti-cruise missile operation. Military land personnel from the 1st Air Force also engaged in gathering radar information on low-level targets by using the Joint-Based Expeditionary Connectivity Center (JBECC), a mobile shelter capable of being deployed to high-risk regions while providing early warning signals on cruise missile attacks.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amalgam_Virgo

22-08-2011, 14:28
Is richard clarke ook een gestoorde complotgek volgens de westerlingen??

22-08-2011, 15:36
admittedly unsupported theory

his baseless accusation

Zoek 's op wat admittedly en baseless betekenen broodje.