vendredi 8 avril 2011

Robert Baer, ancien de la C.I.A doute aussi des aveux de KSM.

Avec les prétendus aveux de Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, certains pensent que les attentats du 11 septembre 2001 et autres attentats ou planifications d'attentats "avoués" par Khalid Sheikh Mohammed ne doivent plus faire l'objet d'aucun débat.

N'oublions quand même pas que Khalid Sheikh Mohammed revendique un peu tout et n'importe quoi.  Voir :

— Shoe bomber operation to bring down two American airplanes.
— Planning an assassination attempt against President Bill Clinton during his visit to the Philippines in 1994.
— Planning an assassination attempt againt Pope John Paul II while he was visiting the Philippines.
— Planning an assassination attempt against former President Jimmy Carter.
— Filki Island operation in Kuwait that killed two American soldiers.
— Bombing of nightclub in Bali, Indonesia in 2002.
— Planning new wave of attacks on the following skyscrapers following 9/11: Library Tower in Calif., Sears Tower in Chicago, Plaza Bank in Washington state and the Empire State Building in New York City.
— Destruction of many nightclubs frequented by American and British citizens in Thailand.
— Planning and financing the destruction of U.S. embassies in Indonesia, Australia and Japan.
— Surveying and financing the destruction of Israeli embassies in India, Azerbaijan, the Philippines and Australia.
— Sending several mujahedeen into Israel to conduct surveillance to hit strategic targets in the country.
— Bombing of hotel in Mombassa, Kenya that is frequented by Jewish travelers.
— Financing attacks on several American, Jewish and British targets in Turkey.
— Planning, surveying and financing attacks on NATO headquarters in Europe.
In total, Mohammed confessed to planning 29 individual attacks, many of which never came to fruition.

Il revendique également la planification d'attentats contres différents immeubles américains dont l'immeuble du Plaza bank.
Quand on sait que Plaza bank fut fondé en 2006, 3 ans après l'arrestation de Khaled Cheikh Mohammed, on est en droit de se poser des questions sur ces "aveux".

Voir :

Robert Baer, un ancien de la C.I.A.  doute aussi des "aveux" de Khaled Cheikh Mohammed.
Voir :,8599,1599861,00.html

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