Thursday, February 26, 2015

FBI Covers Up Sarasota Saudi Money Man Esam Ghazzawi and Abdulaziz Al-Hijji Links to Saudi Prince Sultan bin Fahd and Hijacker Mohamed Atta before 9/11

Saudi King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud makes his first speech as king following the death of his half-brother Abdullah on Friday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
New Saudi King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, his photo above, Tied to Al Qaeda, Bin Laden and Islamic Terrorists. Saudi King Salman Has Been a Huge Backer of Terrorism Globally for Decades. His son was Prince Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz. After graduating from King Saud University in Riyadh, Prince Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz studied business administration in the United States. Prince Fahd bin Salman's younger brother, Prince Ahmed bin Salman owned the renowned racing stable, The Thoroughbred Corp. and introduced him to the sport of Thoroughbred horse racing. Prince Fahd bin Salman then acquired his own stable of Thoroughbred racehorses in the United Kingdom. Prince Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz died of heart failure, he was 46, he was the uncle of Saudi Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz who was living in Sarasota Fl and directly linked to Sarasota's Abdulaziz Al-Hijji as both were attending colleges in Tampa Fl. Sarasota's Saudi Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz is the son of Saudi defense minister Prince Sultan [Abdullah bin Abdulaziz]. Saudi Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz aka Prince Sultan bin Fahd used the name Fahad Al Zeid while living in Sarasota and then Tampa Fl he was listed as age 20 and/or 22.

Prince Ahmed bin Salman
Early warning: Prince Ahmed bin Salman (right, with the Clintons after winning the Belmont Stakes) has been accused of receiving contact from al-Qaeda.

In Lexington, Kentucky, the mecca of Thoroughbred racing in America, Prince Ahmed bin Salman, a nephew of deceased King Fahd’s, had been attending the annual yearling sales. After the 9/11 attacks, Ahmed quickly began to round up members of his family for a return to Saudi Arabia. He ordered his son and a couple of friends, who were in Florida, to charter a plane and get themselves to Lexington to connect with the plane he was taking home. An F.B.I. memo written two years after the exodus appears to acknowledge that some of the departing Saudis may have had information pertinent to the 9/11 investigation. On the flight was Prince Ahmad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, his cousin, Prince Sultan bin Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah and his nephew, Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz (Prince Fahd bin Salman links to Esam Ghazzawi).

TROUBLING LINKS From left: King Abdullah, Prince Naif, Osama bin Laden, Prince Bandar, and Prince Turki—Saudis all, as were 15 of the 19 hijackers of 9/11.

In support of his claim that Saudi Arabia supported terrorism, Mohammed Khilewi spoke of an episode relevant to the first, 1993, attempt to bring down the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers. “A Saudi citizen carrying a Saudi diplomatic passport,” he said, “gave money to Ramzi Yousef, the mastermind behind the World Trade Center bombing,” when the al-Qaeda terrorist was in the Philippines. The Saudi relationship with Yousef, the defector claimed, “is secret and goes through Saudi intelligence.” The reference to a Saudi citizen having funded Yousef closely fit the part played by Osama bin Laden’s brother-in-law Jamal Khalifa. He was active in the Philippines, fronted as a charity organizer at the relevant time, and founded a charity that gave money to Yousef and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the chief al-Qaeda planner of 9/11, during the initial plotting to destroy U.S. airliners. In sworn statements after 9/11, former Taliban intelligence chief Mohammed Khaksar said that in 1998 Prince Turki, chief of Saudi Arabia’s General Intelligence Department (G.I.D.), sealed a deal under which bin Laden agreed not to attack Saudi targets. In return, Saudi Arabia would provide funds and material assistance to the Taliban, not demand bin Laden’s extradition, and not bring pressure to close down al-Qaeda training camps.

WASHINGTON POST...In the mid-1990s, Esam Ghazzawi's name arose when investigators of the renowned corrupt bank BCCI were trying to recover assets from Saudi Prince Fahd bin Salman, and the prince argued that his assets were being held in another account under Esam Ghazzawi's name. Stuck in Sarasota Florida: Saudi Prince Sultan Bin Fahd, 22, had ties to his father's close adviser Esam Ghazzawi who owned a house visited by September 11 hijackers including Mohamed Atta before the attack on the USA. Sarasota's Saudi Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz is the son of Saudi defense minister Prince Sultan [Abdullah bin Abdulaziz].

On the day of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, there were two members of the Saudi Royal family on American soil. One, Prince Ahmed bin Salman, a media baron with vast wealth and a passion for racing expensive horses, was in Lexington Kentucky for the annual sale of thoroughbred yearlings. The second, Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, was a 22-year-old royal living in Sarasota, Florida, and studying at the University of Tampa’s American Language Academy. Both men, MSNBC reports, were later found to have troubling connections to the men who hijacked four planes on September 11, 2001. Al-Qaida had allegedly been in contact with Prince Ahmed before the attacks, according to statements made by one of Osama bin Ladin's top aides, Abu Zubaydah, MSNBC reported. On the day of the attacks, Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz was in Sarasota. He received a call from his uncle who told him to make it to Lexington as soon as they could so they could leave the country amid mounting anti-Saudi sentiment. A former Florida police officer and a former FBI agent were hired to provide protection for the young royal and his colleagues. In the hours after the September 11 attacks, the Federal Aviation Administration grounded.

TAMPA TRIBUNE...Saudi Rescue...The Phantom Flight From Florida. The hastily arranged flight out of Raytheon Airport Services, a private hangar on the outskirts of Tampa International Airport, was anything but ordinary. It lifted off the tarmac at a time when every private plane in the nation was grounded due to safety concerns after the Sept. 11 attacks. For private investigators Dan Grossi and Manuel Perez, the bodyguards on the Lear, it was a trip they can't forget. Grossi said Tampa police intelligence detectives called him about 11 a.m. Sept. 13, needing help with a special situation: They had been watching three young Saudi men at least one a student at the University of Tampa named Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, at their south Tampa apartment, and the trio was scared and wanted to go home. Tampa police records list Saudi prince Sultan bin Fahd as the one requesting the security detail.

While there is no manifest for those aboard the Lear flight to Kentucky, Unger says the foreign nationals left Lexington for London aboard a Boeing 727. That manifest lists eight Saudis, two Sudan nationals, one Tunisian, one Philippine citizen, one Egyptian and two British subjects. Of those, three listed residences on Normandy Trace Rd in Tampa, and all of them held Florida drivers' licenses. They are Ahmad Al Hazmi, then 19, Fahad Al Zeid (Prince Sultan bin Fahd), then 20, and Talal M. Al Mejrad, then 18, all male Saudis. Jim Harf, director of Tampa U's international programs, confirmed that one of the three men was the son of Saudi defense minister Prince Sultan [Abdullah bin Abdulaziz], and Lexington police Lt. Mark Barnard confirmed a Saudi relative had asked for help in getting protection for the men in Tampa. Tampa police records list Saudi prince Sultan bin Fahad [bin Abdulaziz] as the one requesting the security detail. Sarasota's Saudi Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz is the son of Saudi defense minister Prince Sultan [Abdullah bin Abdulaziz]. 

SARASOTA FL....Just two weeks before 9/11, and after meetings and calls with ringleader Mohamed Atta and other hijackers, Saudi nationals, ESAM GHAZZAWI and ABDULAZIZ AL-HIJJI and ANOUD AL-HIJJI, abandoned three cars, including a new Chrysler PT Cruiser, in the garage and driveway of their Sarasota home. In their haste to leave the country, they also left behind opulent furniture. A safe, however, was cleaned out. They also took a computer. ABDULAZIZ AL-HIJJI is also found in documents in the USA as ABDULAZIZ AL-HIIJJII.The Sarasota home at 4224 Escondito Cir, Sarasota, FL 34238, was owned by Esam Ghazzawi, a Saudi financier. He'd been on an FBI watch list for terror-fundraising. The FBI, however, never briefed the 9/11 Commission about his and the other Saudi occupants' connections to the hijackers. Congress also was left in the dark about the house search. The sudden departure two weeks before 9/11 was tracked in detail by the FBI after the attacks, the counterterrorism agent said. First they all left in a white van on or about August 30th, 2001, they then flew to a Ghazzawi property in Arlington, Va., then — with Esam Ghazzawi — to Riyadh by way of Dulles and Heathrow airports.

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