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Saturday, July 02, 2016

Terminated Jihadi Samir Khan Who Threatened to Have Sarasota Private Investigator Bill Warner Killed Lives on Through Al-Qaeda 'Inspire' Magazine

Samir Khan a North Carolina blogger who became a major propagandist for al Qaeda before he was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen was the subject of close FBI surveillance for years and a much bigger concern for U.S. authorities than previously known, according to heavily redacted 300 pages of records obtained by McClatchy News Service. The last dated entry, on Feb. 17, 2009, said “an anonymous individual” had notified the National Counter-Terrorism Center that Khan had threatened to kill Sarasota, Fla. private investigator Bill Warner who’d played a role in shutting down a “jihadi website . . . owned by Samir Khan.” See FBI report above.
 
FBI agents in Charlotte had been actively gathering evidence for terrorism charges against al-Qaida propagandist Samir Khan just months before he slipped out of the country, newly released files show. The nearly 300 pages of heavily redacted FBI records, acquired by McClatchy through the Freedom of Information Act, show that the FBI, in coordination with federal prosecutors, had grown so concerned with Khan’s activities that agents reached out to one of the nation’s most elite special forces units to help out in preparation of a likely arrest.

Khan’s case, along with those of the perpetrators of attacks that include the Boston Marathon bombings and the Charlie Hebdo murders in Paris, reflects a new reality for those seeking to thwart terrorism: Many of the lone wolf-style attacks authorities fear most are the work of people already known to U.S. and international intelligence agencies. Experts say future terrorists are becoming radicalized under the very noses of intelligence officials, who struggle to balance civil liberties with stopping potentially dangerous individuals now being referred to as “known wolves.”
 
Federal agents had indeed recognized Khan as a serious threat, the documents show, with legitimate ties to terrorist leaders while he was still in the United States. The files show that agents were building a case and had taken steps to stop him. But possibly not soon enough. “Khan is becoming more radical and although working this case simply to gain intelligence on Khan’s contacts is certainly an option, it is the investigative team’s view that all work done in this case should be focused towards finding a resolution, i.e. a disruption via an arrest/prosecution,” FBI agents wrote in a Dec. 4, 2008, report.
 
Intelligence agents knew that Khan, a U.S. citizen who grew up in New York City before moving to Charlotte in 2004, was in contact with Anwar al Awlaki, a top FBI target. Awlaki, also a U.S. citizen, was the operations chief for al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula when he was killed by the same U.S. drone strike that killed Khan. Intelligence agents knew about Cherif Kouachi, who helped lead the January massacre at a French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. He was on U.S. and British watch lists and had at one time been under surveillance by French authorities. Intelligence agents knew about Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who orchestrated the 2013 Boston marathon attacks. FBI agents interviewed him and spoke to his family and friends after Russian authorities warned he was “a follower of radical Islam.”
 
The investigation shifted into a higher gear late that year after agents learned that Khan had been communicating with Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical cleric from the United States and an al-Qaeda leader with ties to the 9/11 bombers. In a Jan. 8, 2009, report included among the documents, the Khan investigation had been elevated to a higher priority because of his contact with Awlaki, who was one of the FBI’s top terrorism targets. Awlaki was the first American to be placed on the CIA’s “kill or capture” list by the Obama administration. The next day, on Jan. 9, Charlotte agents contacted the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team, a special forces unit created to respond to terrorist incidents and hostage situations such as aircraft hijackings. The team, based at Quantico, Va., is largely made up of former special forces personnel from the Army Delta Force and the Navy SEALs. A meeting was scheduled in Charlotte for “finalizing operational plans” five days later.


What happened to those plans is not publicly known. Subsequent entries in the heavily redacted documents make no mention of them. The last dated entry, on Feb. 17, 2009, said “an anonymous individual” had notified the National Counter-Terrorism Center that Khan had threatened to kill Sarasota, Fla. private investigator Bill Warner who’d played a role in shutting down a “jihadi website . . . owned by Samir Khan.” “If they’re bringing HRT down, that is what they would consider a very high-risk arrest, because normally the division’s SWAT team would take the arrest,” Martin Reardon, a former chief of the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Operations Center, said in an interview with McClatchy. He was not involved in the investigation.
 
But the arrest was never made. Sometime in the following months, Khan slipped out of the country. He reappeared in Yemen, where he would launch al-Qaeda’s glossy online magazine, Inspire, which was influential in radicalizing and recruiting extremists worldwide. Reardon, who is now a security consultant with The Soufan Group, said agents and prosecutors likely didn’t have enough evidence to prosecute at the time. “If this was a prosecutable case, the U.S. attorney’s office, particularly in Charlotte, would have been all over it,” said Reardon, who was stationed in North Carolina for more than a decade.
 
Word leaked out in August 2010 that prosecutors had convened a grand jury in Charlotte to determine whether to indict Khan on terrorism charges. However, prosecutors never announced an indictment. Khan and Awlaki were killed a year later, when President Barack Obama approved the use of an unmanned U.S. drone to fire missiles at their vehicle as it drove through the Yemeni desert. Awlaki was the first American citizen killed intentionally as part of the war on terrorism; Khan happened to be with him.
 
The magazine, which continued after Khan’s death, was cited as likely influencing last month’s attack at a satirical French newspaper. The files are part of a third batch of hundreds of heavily redacted files from an investigation that started in 2006. Previously released FBI records indicate that Khan’s radicalization happened gradually. He started a blog in 2004 where he described himself as a man of peace and saw jihad more as a mental struggle. But his tone and tenor sharpened over the years. He began to advocate for violence abroad. He posted hundreds of videos that graphically depict the killing of U.S. soldiers in Iraq and suicide attacks on coalition facilities.





 

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Friday, July 01, 2016

9 ISIS Muslim Terrorists Attack Holey Artisan Bakery Cafe Dhaka Bangladesh 3 American college students were among the 20 hostages murdered


UPDATE: Saturday July 2nd 2016...Officials lied, Three American college students were among the 20 hostages slaughtered by ISIS terrorists who raided a Bangladesh café Friday.Indian officials said 19-year-old Tarishi Jain, who was studying at the University of California Berkley, was killed during the 10-hour standoff at Holey Artisan Bakery, San Francisco Gate reported. Emory University officials also confirmed that two of its undergrads, Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain, were among the people found dead inside the café in the capital city of Dhaka.

UPDATE: Dhaka, July 2nd,2016 Twenty foreigners were brutally murdered with sharp weapons by ISIS militants inside a restaurant popular with expatriates here in the high-security diplomatic zone before elite commandos stormed the cafe on Saturday and killed them, ending Bangladesh’s worst hostage crisis. Director of Military Operations Brigadier General Nayeem Ashfaq Chowdhury said the militants slaughtered 20 hostages before the joint operation led by the armed forces began. Most of those killed were found with their throat slit, he added.

BBC NEWS: A gun battle is taking place between police and unidentified attackers in the diplomatic area of the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, officials say. Two Italian citizens were killed and two police officers and a civilian were hospitalized in the attack, which took place in the Gulshan district of Dhaka. The incident started after five gunman burst into the Holey [sic] Artisan Bakery in the area, which is the diplomatic heart of the South Asian city. They opened fire, and while police and members of the Bangladeshi Rapid Action Battalion came to the scene, The Dhaka Tribune said at least 20 civilians had been taken hostage, but this was not confirmed. Police and security forces have sealed off the area. 


The 9 ISIS Muslim Terrorists were armed with grenades and AK-47's they also were armed with swords for possible beheading of the hostages. ISIS in Australia planned public beheadings of randomly selected people on the streets of Sydney and Brisbane.

The US embassy in Dhaka tweeted that there were "reports of shooting and hostage situation". "Unknown number of people are still inside but we cannot confirm whether they are held hostage," police officer Sayedur Rahman told AFP news agency. Local media reported that several gunmen had entered the Holey Artisan Bakery cafe and opened fire. The cafe is described as being popular with expatriates, diplomats and middle-class families.

It is not clear who the attackers are, although a police officer told the BBC that Islamic militants with ISIS were suspected. ISIS attacked Dhaka in October 2015. BBC South Asia editor Jill McGivering says that although high-profile gun attacks are rare in Bangladesh, the latest incident follows a series of murders widely blamed on Islamist extremists.


 
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Chechen Muslim Terrorists at Istanbul Airport Had Bomb Vests Made of a Explosive Mix of RDX, TNT and PETN Known as SEMTEX Which Has been a Staple of Al-Qaeda

The Chechen Muslim suicide bombers at the Istanbul airport used Semtex high explosive bomb vests which has been a staple of Al-Qaeda. ISTANBUL (AP) — As the death toll from the Istanbul airport attack rose Thursday to 44, a senior Turkish official said the three suicide bombers who carried it out were Chechens from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, as Turkish police raided Istanbul neighborhoods for suspects. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said between 5,000 and 7,000 people from Russia and other nations of the former Soviet Union have joined the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq. 


Akhmed Chatayev was identified by the pro-government Yeni Safak newspaper as the organizer of the coordinated assault, which killed 44 and wounded more than 200 others at Turkey’s Ataturk Airport. CNN reports that Rep. Michael McCaul, chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security, told the news site that it’s suspected Chatayev “directed the three suicide bombers” who slew 44 and injured more than 230 people in the attack on the Istanbul airport. Akhmed Chatayev, also referred to as Akhmed al-Shishani, is an ethnic Chechen and is the commander of a Russian-speaking Islamic State battalion. Chatayev was arrested in Georgia in 2012 in the Lopota Gorge incident, a conflict between armed Islamist Chechen militants and Georgian security forces, says Radio Free Europe. Chatayev, who before his arrest had lived with his family in the Pankisi Gorge in Georgia.

People from Chechnya and other provinces in Russia's volatile North Caucasus region have had a visible presence among Islamic State fighters. Chechnya had been an Al-Qaeda stronghold and was the site of the Beslan school massacre, "3 Days in Hell". A video obtained by the Turkish newspaper Haberturk purported to show a police officer asking one of the Chechen suicide bombers at the Istanbul airport for identification before he was subsequently shot by the attacker. 


Semtex-style C4 explosive 'widely used by al Qaeda'. Semtex a Czech plastic explosive known as "the poor man's C-4." Turkey's interior minister said the explosives used were a mix of RDX, TNT and PETN that were "manufactured into the plastic explosive Semtex ." That combination is military-grade, raising the question of how the attackers obtained the bombs, said Jimmie Oxley, a chemist and explosives expert at the University of Rhode Island.


Documents and journals discovered near a suspected al Qaeda home in Kabul contained hand-written notes on how to make RDX, the basic chemical found in the high explosives Semtex. The training manuals of Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network go into detail on how it is used most effectively and even how it can be manufactured. The material has two main components: RDX, or Cyclonite, the explosive similar to that found in fireworks, and PETN, or Pentaerythrite. When the two are combined the mix turns from a powder to a putty-like substance. In the tribal lands of Pakistan, on the Afghanistan border, plastic explosive is sold over the counter at a number of outlets specializing in the cash sale of weapons and military equipment.
SEMTEX: mixture of roughly equal amounts of PETN and trinitrotoluene (TNT) creates a military high explosive called pentolite, which is used in grenades, artillery projectiles, and shaped-charge warheads such as the ones launched by the old bazooka-type antitank weapons of World War II and their modern descendants. Mixed with the extremely powerful compound RDX in an appropriate solvent, PETN forms a plastic explosive mixture known as Semtex. Either alone or in the Semtex mixture, PETN is a valued weapon in terrorist bombings, because of its explosive power, its ability to be molded and fitted into unusual packages, and the difficulty of detecting the organic compound with X-ray and other conventional equipment,while C-4 is off-white in colour, Semtex is red or brick-orange. A cassette recorder filled with Semtex brought down a civilian airliner in the Lockerbie bombing of 1988


Attempts by the so-called Al-Qaeda shoe bomber of 2001 and the Al-Qaeda underwear bomber of 2009 to bring down airliners with PETN hidden in their clothing failed in part because the bombers tried unsuccessfully to ignite their charges with a common match flame and some sort of chemical initiator. An electrically activated shock-type detonator would be detected by normal airport screening if carried on a passenger, but it might be effectively hidden in an electronic appliance delivered as a package bomb—as occurred in Al-Qaeda attempted cargo-plane bombings in 2010, when computer printers with toner cartridges filled with PETN were intercepted by security agencies only because the agencies had been informed of the bombs by human intelligence.



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Thursday, June 30, 2016

CIA Director Warns ISIS Style Terror Attack At US Airports Like At Turkish Airport Already in Planning Stage as Terrorism Expert Bill Warner Talks About Lack of Security at TIA

 CIA Director John Brennan, one day after the deadly terror strike on the Turkish airport, warned that the Islamic hate group was likely plotting the same type of carnage for American soil. The trio of bombers, each wrapped in a suicide vest, arrived at the airport via taxi before starting their choreographed destruction. Though initially stymied by airport security, they wasted little time before unleashing the attack intended to inflict maximum bloodshed. 
“When the terrorists couldn’t pass the regular security system, when they couldn’t pass the scanners, police and security controls, they returned and took their weapons out of their suitcases and opened fire at random,” said Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. The first bomber walked inside the international arrivals terminal, started blasting away with an assault rifle and then detonated his vest, Turkish officials said. The second bomber bolted inside through the ensuing chaos, ran upstairs and set off his bomb. The third terrorist waited outside, detonating his explosives as terrified people ran for safety — only to find more death.

June 30 2016, TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The terrorist attack at Istanbul Atatürk Airport has officials across the United States on alert. Airport officials are worried about other terrorists and copycats. News Channel 8 talked with a terrorism expert about Tampa International Airport. We walked through the airport with the expert. Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner said once you’re past the TSA security checkpoint, you’re good to go. However, he said, the airport is extremely vulnerable before that point. His concern starts at the curb. “There’s no security here to stop and search cars,” Warner explained. “That’s not how it is.” He also pointed to the crowded shops and stores. There’s a black hole the airport has to fill, Bill Warner said.

“If they get this far … it’s a big problem,” he warned. Bill Warner showed News Channel 8 the strengths and weaknesses of the airport’s security. Bill Warner said Tampa International may be more vulnerable than other airports. “I would say from my point of view, yeah … You have multiple entrances on both sides of the building, vulnerable to a car bomb outside, vulnerable to a terrorist attack in the doorways,” he said. With that said, there are safeguards in place. “The dog walking around here with the police officer, the armed police officer, that’s great,” Bill Warner said. “Checking out bags, checking out garbage bags. That’s what needs to be done.” 

Most travelers News Channel 8 spoke with said they feel safe. “I think if it’s your turn, it’s your turn,” Mark Sheffer, of Tampa, said while waiting for a friend to arrive from London. “You can’t really question and live your life in fear.” Yvonne Armstrong was traveling home to New York. She echoed a similar sentiment. “You can’t go around being afraid,” Armstrong said. “You just have to live your life. You can’t just worry about constantly being attacked.” 


Bill Warner believes people are becoming very complacent even though an attack, he says, is definitely possible. He believes people should be worried, especially with the military’s presence in the Tampa Bay area. “MacDill Air Force Base, CENTCOM (U.S. Central Command), is the one who operates all the drones in the Middle East taking out ISIS soldiers,” Warner added. “So as far as payback, yeah. We’re probably at the top of their list.” read more at http://wfla.com/2016/06/29/terrorism-expert-talks-about-security-at-tampa-international-airport/




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CIA Director Warns ISIS Style Terror Attack At US Airports Like At Turkish Airport Already in Planning Stage as Terrorism Expert Bill Warner Talks About Lack of Security at TIA

 CIA Director John Brennan, one day after the deadly terror strike on the Turkish airport, warned that the Islamic hate group was likely plotting the same type of carnage for American soil. The trio of bombers, each wrapped in a suicide vest, arrived at the airport via taxi before starting their choreographed destruction. Though initially stymied by airport security, they wasted little time before unleashing the attack intended to inflict maximum bloodshed. 
“When the terrorists couldn’t pass the regular security system, when they couldn’t pass the scanners, police and security controls, they returned and took their weapons out of their suitcases and opened fire at random,” said Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. The first bomber walked inside the international arrivals terminal, started blasting away with an assault rifle and then detonated his vest, Turkish officials said. The second bomber bolted inside through the ensuing chaos, ran upstairs and set off his bomb. The third terrorist waited outside, detonating his explosives as terrified people ran for safety — only to find more death.

June 30 2016, TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The terrorist attack at Istanbul Atatürk Airport has officials across the United States on alert. Airport officials are worried about other terrorists and copycats. News Channel 8 talked with a terrorism expert about Tampa International Airport. We walked through the airport with the expert. Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner said once you’re past the TSA security checkpoint, you’re good to go. However, he said, the airport is extremely vulnerable before that point. His concern starts at the curb. “There’s no security here to stop and search cars,” Warner explained. “That’s not how it is.” He also pointed to the crowded shops and stores. There’s a black hole the airport has to fill, Bill Warner said.

“If they get this far … it’s a big problem,” he warned. Bill Warner showed News Channel 8 the strengths and weaknesses of the airport’s security. Bill Warner said Tampa International may be more vulnerable than other airports. “I would say from my point of view, yeah … You have multiple entrances on both sides of the building, vulnerable to a car bomb outside, vulnerable to a terrorist attack in the doorways,” he said. With that said, there are safeguards in place. “The dog walking around here with the police officer, the armed police officer, that’s great,” Bill Warner said. “Checking out bags, checking out garbage bags. That’s what needs to be done.” 

Most travelers News Channel 8 spoke with said they feel safe. “I think if it’s your turn, it’s your turn,” Mark Sheffer, of Tampa, said while waiting for a friend to arrive from London. “You can’t really question and live your life in fear.” Yvonne Armstrong was traveling home to New York. She echoed a similar sentiment. “You can’t go around being afraid,” Armstrong said. “You just have to live your life. You can’t just worry about constantly being attacked.” Bill Warner believes people are becoming very complacent even though an attack, he says, is definitely possible. He believes people should be worried, especially with the military’s presence in the Tampa Bay area. “MacDill Air Force Base, CENTCOM (U.S. Central Command), is the one who operates all the drones in the Middle East taking out ISIS soldiers,” Warner added. “So as far as payback, yeah. We’re probably at the top of their list.” read more at http://wfla.com/2016/06/29/terrorism-expert-talks-about-security-at-tampa-international-airport/




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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

41 DEAD 239 WOUNDED AT ISTANBUL AIRPORT DURING TERROR ATTACK USING 3 SUICIDE BOMBERS IS AL-QAEDA's CALLING CARD

At least forty-one people are dead and more than two hundred wounded in a massive apparent terrorist attack on Istanbul’s airport that involved three attackers armed with automatic or semi-automatic weapons and wearing suicide vests, all of whom blew themselves up. “The terrorists arrived at the airport in a taxi,” Prime Minister Binali Yildirim of Turkey said. “We will share more details about the attack later. There was no security lapse at the airport.”The attack began shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday, Turkish officials said, when two gunmen opened fire with automatic weapons at a security checkpoint outside Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, one of Europe’s busiest. They then detonated their explosives, setting off two fireballs. A third attacker set off explosives in the parking lot.

“There were blood splatters everywhere,” said Eylul Kaya, 37, sitting outside with her 1-year-old son. “I covered my boy’s eyes and we ran out.” As Turkey has faced several deadly terrorist attacks over the past year, Ms. Kaya said, she never thought she would find herself in the middle of one. “We’ve watched these attacks on TV for months, but I never imagined it would happen with so much security in an airport,” she said. Hitting at least three different targets at once using suicide bombers with automatic weapons is the "Al-Qaeda calling card" and ISIS used such a game plan in Paris France.


Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's Al Qaeda in Iraq is the mother-ship jihadi organization from which ISIS was spawned.
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's Al Qaeda in Iraq was famous for suicide attacks using 3 suicide bombers and automatic weapons. Al-Qaeda's Abu Musab al-Zarqawi basically invented the 3 pronged terror attack using 3 suicide bombers and automatic weapons which al-qaeda continued to use after his death June 7th, 2006, 10 years ago. On November 15th 2003, two truck bombs hit Istanbul’s Bet Israel and Neve Shalom Synagogues, killing 23 people and injuring 300 others. Five days later, two suicide vehicle bombs detonated at HSBC offices at the British Consulate, killing 30 and injuring 400. Members of an al-Qaeda cell were convicted for the attack.


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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Obama Administration and Lying Hillary Clinton knowingly provided American people a false story about 9/11 Benghazi attack as 4 US Citizens Died.


NY POST: The September, 11, 2012 attack by Islamic militants on the American diplomatic compound in Libya killed Ambassador Chris Stevens, Foreign Service officer Sean Smith, and CIA contractors Tyrone S. Woods and Glen Doherty. The report states that U.S. officials did not order military assets to be deployed to help the Americans under attack. “What was disturbing from the evidence the Committee found was that at the time of the final lethal attack at the Annex, no asset ordered deployed by the Secretary had even left the ground,” found the report, according to NBC. The Department of Defense and State Department were too busy determining “whether Marines should wear military uniforms or civilian attire,” to deploy the assets in time, the network reported.
Islamist Fanatics murdered the US ambassador and three others including two US Marines at the US embassy in Benghazi Libya last night 9/11/2012, Photo from KSFO-AMThe report also found that no one in Benghazi attributed the attack to a “video” or “protest,” even though U.S. officials subsequent to the attack used those words to explain the attack. “None of the information coming directly from the agents on the ground in Benghazi during the attacks mentioned anything about a video or a protest. 
The firsthand accounts made their way to the office of the Secretary through multiple channels quickly,” according to Fox News. By contrast, just five-days after the attack, then-U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice told “Fox News Sunday,” “What sparked the recent violence was the airing on the Internet of a very hateful, very offensive video that has offended many people around the world.”

The report will also show that officials in the Obama administration had two timelines of the attack: one they shared publicly, and another they circulated only among among themselves. “The timeline reinforces in a compelling way what will be one of the most significant takeaways from the committee investigation,” according to the Weekly Standard’s Stephen F. Hayes, “The Obama administration knowingly provided the American people a false story about the Benghazi attack, its causes and its consequences.”

For instance, the report notes that on the day of the attack, Clinton said publicly, “I condemn in the strongest terms the attack on our mission in Benghazi today…Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet.” Privately, Clinton blamed the attack to a terror group, Ansar al-Sharia, in a phone call with Libya President Mohammed al Magariaf: “[O]ur diplomatic mission was attacked[.] . . . [T]here is a gun battle ongoing, which I understand Ansar as-Sharia [sic] is claiming responsibility for.”
 
Clinton is not the only U.S. official to look bad in the report, however. The day after the terror attack President Barack Obama declined even to receive his intelligence briefing, the Weekly Standard reports. Additionally the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff skipped a key White House meeting during the attack in order to go home to host a dinner party for foreign dignitaries.



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Monday, June 27, 2016

Individuals tied to Huffman Flight School and 9/11 Hijackers by FBI linked to 4224 Escondito Circle Sarasota as family members appear to be Abdulaziz al-Hijji and Adel Ghazzawi son of Esam Ghazzawi.

Individuals tied to Huffman Flight School and 9/11 Hijackers by FBI linked to 4224 Escondito Circle Sarasota as family members appear to be Abdulaziz al-Hijji and Adel Ghazzawi son of Esam Ghazzawi. In the year 2000, Sarasota Saudi's Abdulaziz al-Hijji then age 27 and his brother in law Adel Ghazzawi then age 30, were contemporaries of 9/11 Hijack Pilots Ziad Jarrah then age 25, Marwan Al-Shehhi then age 22, and Monamed Atta then age 32 who all appear to have taken Flight Training in Venice Fl at the same time, small world, eh? Claims of a coverup of the 9/11 attacks. That’s what 60 Minutes reported back in April 2016 featuring former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham. Bob Graham was the chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee looking into the 9/11 attacks and had complete Top Secret clearance. Not only is he upset that 28 pages he helped write about the origin of the attack is being withheld from you, he is also upset the FBI is withholding thousands of pages of key information from top leaders in Congress. 
“I am concerned that if there was a network assisting the 19 hijackers in place in 2000 and 2001,” Graham told us in 2014, “there’s no reason to believe that it was eliminated.” Former Senator Bob Graham says the 28 classified pages would not only show a closer tie to the government of Saudi Arabia financing the 9/11 attack, but also would show a further connection with the hijackers and a Saudi family living in Sarasota. Twelve days before the attack, the family with ties to the royal family abruptly abandoned the house in a gated Sarasota community leaving behind food, clothing, furnishings and three vehicles. ”There are some things I can’t talk about, there are others what I know is involved in the investigation in Sarasota which is diametrically opposed to what the FBI said publicly,” Graham explained.

 
In the report above the names, addresses and dates of birth of three individuals tied to Huffman flight school were blanked out before the records were released, they are linked to the al-Hijji house as family members, appears to be Abdulaziz al-Hijji and Adel Ghazzawi aka Adel Ghazzaui son of Esam Ghazzawi. If you combine the April 7th 2004 FDLE report testimony of Wissam Hammoud, see below, about Sarasota Saudi Abdull Aziz al-Hijji taking flight lessons at Huffman Aviation in Venice Fl during the same time frame as Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi in 2000 with the April 3rd 2002 FBI report seen above that indicates that at least two people linked to the al-Hijji house in Prestancia Sarasota Fl were taking flight lessons at Huffman Aviation with the 9/11 hijackers.
9/11 Terrorist pilot Ziad Jarrah arrived in the United States in June 2000, where he trained at Florida Flight Training Center in Venice Fl from June 2000 to January 2001, after relocating to Florida from New Jersey. Ziad Jarrah who trained at Florida Flight Training in Venice had visited the al-Hijji home in Prestancia  Sarasota Fl. Who coaxed Ziad Jarrah to come to Sarasota County to train to be a murderer?
One would reasonably conclude that Abdull Aziz al-Hijji was taking flight lessons with the 9/11 hijackers in Venice Fl during the year 2000. Huffman Aviation in Venice Fl is the key here, was Abdull Aziz al-Hijji already enrolled at Huffman Aviation in 2000 BEFORE Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi show up in June of 2000?? Sarasota FBI Field Agent Thomas Baugher told me at one of our meetings in Sarasota at the Sarasota Police Department Intel Unit ”THERE ARE NO COINCIDENCES IN TERRORISM
 
Esam and Deborah Ghazzawi owned the Property at 4224 Escondito Circle Sarasota Fl. According to a senior counterterrorism officer, both Esam Ghazzawi and his son-in-law Abdulaziz al-Hijji had been on a watch list at the FBI predating 9/11/2001. An unnamed U.S. agency tracking terror funds (ICE) had also taken an interest in them. “464 was Ghazzawi’s number,” the (ICE) officer said. “I don’t remember the other man’s number.” Of special interest is Esam Ghazzawi boss, the chairman of EIRAD Holding Co. Ltd., Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud. He is a prominent and powerful member of the ruling Saudi royal family who is expected to become crown prince, and thereby in line to become king. Born in 1956, which makes him approximately the same age as the Ghazzawi brothers, Prince Sultan bin Salman is a grandson of King Abdul Aziz founder of modern Saudi Arabia. It appears that Esam Ghazzawi named one of his sons Salman Ghazzawi after Prince Salman in 1983. Names listed at 4224 Escondito Circle:
1). ABDULAZIZ A. ALHIJJI, DOB 12/28/1973
2). ANOUD ESAM ALHIJJI, DOB 10/30/1977
3). SALMAN ESAM GHAZZAWI, DOB 3/19/1983 (son of Esam Ghazzawi).
4). ADEL ESAM GHAZZADI, DOB 11/18/1970 (son of Esam Ghazzawi).

Adel Ghazzawi aka Adel Ghazzaui and Esam Ghazzawi are both linked to an address on Putter Lane Longboat Key Fl in the 1990's. The Ghazzawi family's ties to America grew stronger in 1970, 17-year-old Esam Ghazzawi married American Deborah G. Browning. Their first child, Adel, was born that year on November 19th 1970. The family later established what has been a long presence in Southwest Florida, through the purchase of a pair of bayfront lots on Longboat Key's Putter Lane. Neighbors had little interaction with the man they referred to as “the Arab.”“That's what we called him,” said former neighbor Betty Blair. “We didn't know his name. All we knew was his kids were in camp so he came for the summer. Two little boys, Adel and Salman.” When Ghazzawi left the U.S., Adel Ghazzawi apparently took over the family's affairs here. It was Adel, then 30 and an American citizen, who tried to get a Prestancia lien lifted so the house could be sold. The lien came after the series of brushes with Prestancia's community association. 

Esam Ghazzawi's influence extends to his children. Esam Ghazzawi, his son, Adel, is a board member of the New York-based think tank EastWest Institute, which counts the likes of Michael Chertoff, a director of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush and co-author of the Patriot Act, and retired Gen. James L. Jones, a former national security adviser to President Barack Obama, among its members. Adel Ghazzawi operates Conektas, a firm in the United Arab Emirates that helps multinational companies establish businesses in the Middle East. Prince Sultan’s family is of enormous importance in today’s Saudi Arabia. His father, Prince Salman, has been the governor of the province of Riyadh (the city of Riyadh is the Saudi capital) since 1962, and is considered an arbitrator among the frequently warring members of the Saudi royal family, with its 4000 princes. “Adel Ghazzawi has a vast wealth of business, family and personal relationships within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” his biography reads.
Former Florida Senator Bob Graham, co-chair of Congress’s Joint Inquiry into the attacks a decade ago, has said the FBI did not disclose the existence of the Sarasota investigation to Congress or the 9/11 Commission. The records also show for the first time that Graham’s former colleague, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., queried Attorney General Eric Holder and FBI Director Robert Mueller about the Sarasota investigation six days after its existence was disclosed in a story published simultaneously by BrowardBulldog.org and The Miami Herald on September 8, 2011. The story told how concerned residents in the gated community of Prestancia tipped the FBI after the attacks to the al-Hijjis’ sudden departure in late August 2001. The family left behind three cars, clothes, furniture, diapers, toys, food and other items. 
It also reported that a counterterrorism officer and Prestancia’s former administrator, Larry Berberich, said an analysis of gatehouse security records – log books and snapshots of license tags – had determined that vehicles either driven by or carrying several of the future hijackers including Mohamed Atta and Ziad Jarrah who trained at Florida Flight Training in Venice had visited the al-Hijji home. Phone records revealed similar, though indirect, ties to the hijackers, said the counterterrorism officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity. In contrast, the newly released FBI records include a pair of two-page reports, written in response to the story, that reiterate the bureau’s public position that its investigation turned up nothing. One report, written on stationery of the Justice Department’s 9/11 prosecution unit, notes “the FBI appears not to have obtained the vehicle entry records of the gated community, given the lack of connection to the hijackers.” 


But the counterterrorism source, who has personal knowledge of the matter, called that assertion “not true.” The Escondito Circle home where al-Hijji lived with his wife, Anoud, and their small children was owned by her parents, Esam and Deborah Ghazzawi. Esam Ghazzawi was an advisor to Prince Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, nephew of King Fahd. Prince Fahd, a prominent racehorse owner, died in July 2001 at age 46. Al-Hijji, who following 9/11 worked for the Saudi oil company Aramco in England, could not be reached by phone or email last week. He denied involvement in the 9/11 plot, which he called “a crime against the USA and all humankind.” The records as released do not identify al-Hijji or anyone else by name, citing various exemptions that protect persons’ names in law enforcement records. The names are apparent, however, because the documents describe unique, known events and were released in specific response to a request for information about the investigation at the al-Hijji’s residence. 
 

While living in Sarasota Florida, Abdulaziz al-Hijji attended Manatee Community College (now the State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota) and, from January 2000 until April 2001, the University of South Florida. He earned a bachelor’s degree with a major in management information systems awarded in August 2001. In the weeks before 9/11, al-Hijji — then 27 — and his wife Anoud, daughter of an adviser to a member of the Saudi royal family, departed their home at 4224 Escondito Circle in the upscale gated community of Prestancia and returned to Saudi Arabia.
MARRIAGE INDEX ---
Groom Name: ABDULAZIZ A. AL-HIJJI
Groom Age: 22
Bride Name: ANOUD ESAM GHAZZAWI
Bride Age: 17
County: Sarasota, FL, Islamic Center of Sarasota Bradenton.
Date of Marriage: 05/12/1995.

They left behind three cars and “numerous personal belongings including food, medicine, bills, baby clothing, etc,” according to the FDLE documents which state the family departed on Aug. 27, 2001. 
An April 16, 2002 FBI report says “repeated citizen calls” led to an inspection of the home by agents of the Southwest Florida Domestic Security Task Force. “It was discovered that the [ family name deleted ] left their residence quickly and suddenly. They left behind valuable items, clothing, jewelry and food in a manner that indicated they fled unexpectedly without prior preparation or knowledge,” the report says. “Further investigation of the [ name deleted ] family revealed many connections between the [ name deleted ] and individuals associated with the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001,” the report says.
 

The report lists three of those individuals. While their identities remain secret, the first person on the list was described as “a [ name deleted ] family member.” That person and a second individual were said to be flight students at Huffman Aviation – the flight school at the Venice Municipal Airport attended by hijackers Atta and al-Shehhi. The third person on the list “lived with flight students at Huffman Aviation” and was “arrested numerous times by the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office,” the report says. The next paragraph, which ends the report, is blanked out entirely. The document cites two reasons: an Executive Order that allows matters “to be kept secret in the interest of national defense or foreign policy” and the National Security Act, which lets the CIA director exempt his agency’s operational files from the Freedom of Information Act. FBI Special Agent Gregory Sheffield wrote the April 2002 report, according to the counterterrorism officer. His name is blanked out, too. A notice on the document indicates the censored information regarding the three individuals associated with the terrorist attacks is scheduled to remain classified for another 25 years – until March 14, 2038. The FBI released the records as a Freedom of Information lawsuit filed by BrowardBulldog.org inches toward trial this summer in federal court in Fort Lauderdale. The suit was filed in September after the FBI rejected both a request for its investigative records and an appeal of that request. Thomas Julin, the news site’s attorney, called the FBI’s release of records that it had previously determined to be exempt from disclosure “highly unusual.” “The government initially took the position that it had no documents. It hasn’t explained why things changed,” said Julin, of Miami’s Hunton & Williams. Miami Assistant U.S. Attorney Carole Fernandez, who represents the FBI, declined comment.
 
The released FBI records are in two tiers: reports and other material written in 2001-2002 and memos, letters and email that followed publication of the first story about the matter in September 2011. A number of pages recount information provided to the FBI by mail carriers and others, including a Sept. 18, 2001 observation that the al-Hijji’s appeared to have “left in a hurry.” A Sept. 25 report talks of bank records that agents had obtained. The report was referred to the counterterrorism division’s Usama Bin Laden Unit/Radical Fundamentalist Unit. One of the reports written in September 2011, after the existence of the Sarasota investigation was revealed, discusses briefly the unnamed “family member” who took flight lessons at Huffman Aviation. “[ Name deleted ] was interviewed multiple times after 9/11 and identified Atta and al-Shehhi as individuals [ phrase deleted ] flight training at Huffman. However, investigation did not reveal any other connection between [ name deleted ] and the hijackers and the 9/11 plot,” the report says. FBI 302 reports about those interviews were not made public. Senate Judiciary chair Leahy’s inquiry is disclosed in a declassified Nov. 22, 2011 response letter written by Assistant Attorney General Ronald Weich. 

 
Weich called the FBI’s response to the 9/11 attacks “comprehensive and unprecedented.” He assured Leahy that agents found no evidence of contact between the hijackers and the al-Hijjis. Similarly, Weich denied Sen. Graham’s assertion that the FBI had not turned over its Sarasota records to Congress. The bureau, he stated, made all of its records available and suggested they may have been overlooked by investigators. “The FBI is unable to ascertain whether these investigators reviewed records concerning the Sarasota family. The FBI also has not identified any specific requests by the investigators concerning the Sarasota family,” the letter says. “You can’t ask for what you don’t know exists,” said Graham. In the weeks before 9/11, al-Hijji — then 27 — and his wife Anoud, daughter of an adviser to a member of the Saudi royal family, departed their home at 4224 Escondito Circle in the upscale gated community of Prestancia and returned to Saudi Arabia. An alarmed neighbor contacted the FBI. When several weeks passed without action, Prestanica resident and administrator Larry Berberich alerted local law enforcement. Authorities, including the FBI, moved in. The investigation led to a stunning development, according to Berberich and a counterterrorism officer who spoke on condition of anonymity.

“The car registration numbers of vehicles that had passed through the Prestancia community’s North Gate in the months before 9/11, coupled with the identification documents shown by incoming drivers on request, showed that Mohamed Atta and several of his fellow hijackers – and another Saudi terror suspect still at large – had visited 4224 Escondito Circle on multiple occasions,” the source said. The others included Marwan al-Shehhi, who plowed a United Airlines jet into the World Trade Center’s South Tower, Ziad Jarrah, who crashed another United jet into a Pennsylvania field and Walid al-Shehri, who flew with Atta on the first plane to strike the World Trade Center. Also identified as having visited: Saudi-born fugitive Adnan Shukrijumah. The source said law enforcement “also conducted a link analysis that tracked phone calls – based on dates, times, and length of phone conversations to and from the Escondito house – dating back more than a year before 9/11. And the phone traffic also connected with the 9/11 terrorists – though less directly than the gate logs did.”

 
WISSAM HAMMOUD SEEN AS TERRORIST ASSOCIATE: Documents the FBI now has released do not mention other known aspects of the Sarasota investigation, including troubling information provided to the FBI by al-Hijji’s former friend, Wissam Hammoud. The FDLE reports buttress key elements of the story, while providing new details: Wissam Hammoud, who said he met al-Hijji through relatives, said the two men worked out together at Shapes Fitness in Sarasota and played soccer at the local Islamic Society. He told the FBI Al-Hijji was “very well schooled in Islam” and that “Osama bin Laden was a hero of al-Hijji.” He added that Al-Hijji showed him a “website containing information about bin Laden,” and spoke of “going to Afghanistan and becoming a freedom fighter.” Al-Hijji also tried to recruit him, Hammoud said. According to Hammoud, al-Hijji also talked of “taking flight training in Venice.” He said he believed “al-Hijji had known some of the terrorists from the September 11, 2001 attacks” who were students at an airport there. 


SARASOTA CELL PHONE DEALER LINKED TO TERRORISM/ST PETE TIMES. Wissam Taysir Hammoud, had plotted to kill a federal agent and an informant (CI), his photo above. In 2001, Wissam Hammoud was convicted for possession and transfer of a machine gun and a sawed-off shotgun, he sold the weapons to an undercover agent for the ATF Sarasota/Tampa Fl. Wissam Taysir Hammoud plead guilty after prosecutors agreed to recommend a reduced sentence of 17 years, (he could have got a life sentence) and Hammoud agreed to cooperate in unspecified investigations! Hammoud, who owned Budget Mobile cell phone business in Sarasota, told investigators he tried to kill two people because of their involvement in his 2001 conviction for possession and transfer of a machine gun and a sawed-off shotgun. Hammoud met in his store with two cooperating witnesses on Dec. 30, 2003, and demonstrated how he wanted the informant shot and killed, according to a signed plea agreement. Eight days earlier, he joked about decapitating the informant and sending his head to the agent’s house. FDLE Report April 7th, 2004 Wissam Hammoud testimony, see above, indicates that Sarasota Saudi Abdull Aziz al-Hijji was taking flight lessons at Huffman Aviation in Venice Fl during the same time frame as Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi in 2000. 

The same FDLE report also indicates that Sarasota Saudi Abdullaziz al-Hijji had brought Al-Qaeda terrorist Adnan el-Shukrijumah to the Islamic Center of Sarasota and Bradenton on N. Lockwood Ridge Rd in Sarasota Fl to play soccer. The same FDLE report also indicates that Sarasota Saudi Abdull Aziz al-Hijji had a close relationship with Mohamed Mezroub and the two of them had talked of going to Afghanistan and fighting with the Taliban against US troops. Mohamed Mezroub was known to the Sarasota County Sheriff Dept.
Hammoud said al-Hijji “entertained Saudis at his residence” at “parties” that he himself did not stay for because – unlike al-Hijji as he remembered him – he “did not drink or smoke cannabis.” One Saudi Hammoud identified as an al-Hijji “friend” he brought to a soccer game at the Sarasota mosque in 2000 or 2001 was Shukrijumah. Hammoud’s wife and sister-in-law confirmed during recent interviews that they too knew the al-Hijjis and are familiar with elements of Hammoud’s account. Mrs. Hammoud, who asked that her full name not be used, got the impression from comments al-Hijji made that he was “anti-American.” Wissam Hammoud himself, speaking from prison, said al-Hijji “had a lot of hatred towards everyone in America.” He said he had thought al-Hijji “nuts” when he asked him to go fight in Afghanistan. Al-Hijji, while confirming he used to work out with Hammoud, described his life in Sarasota as quiet, centered on his wife and children. “My friends were very limited,” he explained. “Normally, I don’t hold parties in the house because I have little kids. I was not a frequent to any bars.” Prison officials have put Hammoud under heightened security measures due to his classification as a terrorist associate. Court records state the classification is based on what authorities said was Hammoud’s “support and membership” in a “Palestinian-related terrorist organization.”



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