2004-04-15

911-Ausschuss: Die Wahrheit stirbt zuletzt

--- In der 911-Kommission wird weiter frech gelogen und betrogen, sodass sich die Sinnfrage stellt. Viel mehr als weitere Fragezeichen aufzuwerfen kann aber vielleicht auch gar nicht das Ziel der Veranstaltung sein. Die New York Times berichtet weiter �ber ein neues brisantes Dokument, das immerhin im Rahmen der Untersuchung aufgetaucht ist: George J. Tenet and his deputies at the Central Intelligence Agency were presented in August 2001 with a briefing paper labeled "Islamic Extremist Learns to Fly" about the arrest days earlier of Zacarias Moussaoui, but did not act on the information, the independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks said on Wednesday. ... The panel's report on Wednesday on the C.I.A. offered the first detailed evidence about the agency's failure to follow up on the arrest of Mr. Moussaoui, a French-born Islamic extremist who was taken into custody in Minnesota in August 2001 after arousing the suspicions of his flight-school instructors. After Sept. 11, Mr. Moussaoui, an avowed Qaeda member, was tied to the terrorist cell in Germany that conducted the attacks. ... The reports cited a 1996 warning about a terrorist plot to fly a plane laden with explosives into an American city; a 1996 warning that Iranians intended to hijack a Japanese plane and crash it into Tel Aviv; and a 1995 warning that terrorists intended to fly a plane into C.I.A. headquarters in Langley, Va. The agency also knew that an Algerian terrorist group hijacked an Air France jet in 1994 with the intention of flying it into the Eiffel Tower, a plot that failed because none of the terrorists knew how to fly. Zahlreiche Warnungen lagen also auf dem Tisch, aber das war nat�rlich alles nur "historisches" Material, nichts Konkretes, wie die Bush-Regierung sagt.

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