Posted 5/1/2012 5:01 pm
Law-enforcement officials were told that terrorists were building a bomb that was eventually used to blow up the World Trade Center, and they planned to thwart the plotters by secretly substituting harmless powder for the explosives, an informer said after the blast.
The informer was to have helped the plotters build the bomb and supply the fake powder, but the plan was called off by an F.B.I. supervisor who had other ideas about how the informer, Emad A. Salem, should be used, the informer said.
The account, which is given in the transcript of hundreds of hours of tape recordings Mr. Salem secretly made of his talks with law-enforcement agents, portrays the authorities as in a far better position than previously known to foil the Feb. 26 bombing of New York City's tallest towers. The explosion left six people dead, more than 1,000 injured and damages in excess of half a billion dollars. Four men are now on trial in Manhattan Federal Court in that attack.
This is from the NY Times. Google this and you'll find tape recordings where the FBI informant is horrified and scared that the FBI are telling him to sell real bomb components and they have to constantly reassure him that its fine. The NY Times article refers to the guilt the informant felt after the bombing.
Important to stop the protests against TSA gropings by scaring the people that even 4 year old girls and wheel chair bound grandmas could be terrorists so the acceptance of total dominance and control by agents of the state is conditioned
Posted 5/1/2012 6:00 pm
CNN is reporting this story and leaving out the Occupy connection. Why? It doesn't fit their narrative of the romantic Occupy Movement that Nancy Pelosi is so proud of and President Obama embraces. Especially today, May Day. In fact, commentors on this story at CNN are blaming it on Libertarians and the Tea Party!!!
Both the telephone number and the apartment were listed (on the rental agreement for the Ryder Truck alleged to have contained the explosives), and indeed, the apartment had been rented by "a woman identified as Josie Hadas" (Ibid.).
Her name was flaunted, almost as a signal, "the latest name on the mailbox was Josie Hadas who moved into the apartment before Christmas" (Los Angeles Times, March 7, 1993). "
"The authorities say several associates of Mr. Salameh who may have been involved in the bombing have dropped out of sight. One of the people being sought for questioning is an unidentified man who accompanied Mr. Salameh on two visits to the rental agency. Another is Josie Hadas, whose name was listed for a telephone at an apartment at 34 Kensington Avenue in Jersey City" (New York Times, March 8, 1993).
The name placed on the rental agreement as a reference was Josie Hadas. Under the heading "Possible Tampering by Agent," New York Times reporter Joseph B. Treaster writes, "in a bizarre twist that could potentially complicate the prosecution of the bombers [f]ederal officials were investigating a report that an agent of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms tampered with some evidence substituting her name for that of an investigator from another agency. John OBrien, a spokesman for the firearms Bureau, acknowledged that one of the bureaus agents was being questioned. James M. Fox, the head of the FBI investigation, would not comment on the inquiry about the agent and the evidence"(Ibid.).
ISRAELIS ADVANCE KNOWLEDGE
Who then was the woman in whose name the telephone and apartment were listed and where the incriminating evidence was "found?" Josie or Guzie Hadas was not unknown. The International Herald Tribune (March 8, 1993) quoted FBI spokesman Joe Valiquettes familiar response to their reporters query about the role of Hadas in the Israeli secret service, Mossad: "Even if it were true, we wouldnt tell you anyway."