Tom Kean, George Tenet, Richard Clarke. Inset: The Pentagon on fire after an aircraft crashes into it, Sept. 11, 2001.
By Rory O’Connor and Ray Nowosielski
A growing number of former government insiders — all responsible officials who served in a number of federal posts — are now on record as doubting ex-CIA director George Tenet’s account of events leading up to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. Among them are several special agents of the FBI, the former counterterrorism head in the Clinton and Bush administrations, and the chairman of the 9/11 Commission, who told us the CIA chief had been “obviously not forthcoming” in his testimony and had misled the commissioners.
Posted in 911, Torture
Tagged 911, Alec Station, Alfreda Frances Bikowsky, cia, fbi, george tenet, I-49 Squad, J. Cofer Black, Jack Cloonan, Khalid al-Mihdhar, Michael Anne Casey, Richard Blee, Richard Clarke, tom kean
By Ray McGovern
For the CIA supervisors and operatives responsible for torture, the chickens are coming home to roost; that is, if President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder mean it when they say no one is above the law – and if they don’t fall victim to brazen intimidation.
Unable to prevent Holder from starting an investigation of torture and other war crimes that implicate CIA officials past and present, those same CIA officials, together with what those in the intelligence trade call “agents of influence” in the media, are pulling out all the stops to quash the Justice Department’s preliminary investigation.
Posted in 911, Human Rights Civil Liberties, MSM Shills, NWO, Obama and Company, Torture, War and Peace
Tagged 911, accountability, cia, corruption, eric holder, george tenet, human rights, james r schlesinger, john Deutch, justice, michael hayden, obama, peter goss, politics, r. james woolsey, resource wars, Torture, War Crimes, william webster