Peter Dale Scott: Who Paid the 9/11 Hijackers? Al-Hawsawi? Mahmoud Ahmad?
april 9, 2008 1 kommentar
As I reported in the summer of 2003, US and British newspapers briefly alleged that the paymaster for the 9/11 attacks was a well-known agent of the Pakistani intelligence service ISI, Mohammed Sheikh Saeed. There was even a brief period in which it was alleged that the money had been paid at the direction of the then ISI Chief, General Mahmoud Ahmad.
. . . Mohammed Omar Saeed Sheikh, a notorious kidnapper raised in England, and widely reported as a probable agent of ISI, the Pakistani military intelligence service. . . . he may even have been a double agent, recruited inside al-Qaeda and ISI by the CIA.
Subsequent newspaper stories reported on the undisputed relationship of Saeed to ISI, to FBI claims that he wired $100,000 to Atta’s bank account, to a CNN report that these funds came from Pakistan, and the uncontested statement that «Mustafa Ahmed,» having concluded his 9/11 financial business in Dubai, flew on September 11 to Pakistan.
These alarming charges are ignored in the Report. . . .