Sunday, August 27, 2017

South Florida judge rules to keep some 9/11 records secret as video featuring private investigator Bill Warner exposes links to Saudi Arabia funding the 9/11 hijackers in Sarasota

SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE....South Florida judge rules to keep some 9/11 records secret. A U.S. District Court judge has determined that the FBI is not improperly withholding information about who funded the 9/11 attacks and also decided that there would be no Freedom of Information Act trial to evaluate the need for keeping some information related to the attacks under wraps.  

Judge Cecilia Altonaga’s ruling was part of a case brought by Florida Bulldog, a South Florida journalism organization, that for years has probed connections between the hijackers and some Saudis living at the time in the United States. The organization has been supported in its efforts by former U.S. Sen. Bob Graham, who co-chaired Congress’s Joint Inquiry into 9/11, and by the Herald-Tribune, as a so-called “friend of the court.” The video above goes into detail of all the work that Dan Christensen, editor and founder of the nonprofit news organization ‘Florida Bulldog’ has done and what he has found. Private investigator Bill Warner seen at 24:45 mark in the documentary.
Video investigates 9/11 hijackers link to a Saudi support network in Sarasota Fl. The video seen at top of post gives the definitive version of what happened on that terrible day. The 9/11 families want to know why Saudi Arabia is being protected. Worth watching to finally get the full story, 16 years later. The 9/11 commission concluded that a key failure in stopping the 9/11 hijackers was rooted in the resistance by intelligence and law enforcement agencies (FBI and CIA) to trade crucial information. 

Sixteen years on, many still have questions about September 11th, 2001. This video investigates whether errors were made and if secrets are still being kept. Were we told the truth about 9/11? The Haunting documentary sifts through ‘credible’ theories. The chilling program features the accounts of victims’ relatives, a senior politician and people working inside the intelligence agencies at the time of 9/11 – a series of four co-ordinated terrorist attacks by the terrorist group al-Qaeda on the US.
Among those who were interviewed for the documentary are Dan Christensen, editor and founder of the nonprofit news organization ‘Florida Bulldog’, former Senator Bob Graham and Larry Breibach who oversaw the car records at the gate of Prestancia the gated community where 9/11 hijackers Mohamed Atta, Marwan al-Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah visited and partied with Saudi Abdilaziz Al-Hijji at 4224 Escondito Circle Sarasota Fl. In response to 9/11, officials created Joint Terrorism Task Forces around the country, where federal, county and city police work together to gather, analyze and act on intelligence.  

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit brought against the FBI by aka Florida Bulldog has revealed that the FBI never disclosed to the 9/11 Commission or the 9/11 Joint Inquiry the existence of a massive 80,000 page investigation into an apparent Saudi support network for the 9/11 hijackers in Sarasota Florida that took place in 2002 and of which I was an integral component working with the FBI, ICE, Sarasota Police Department and the Sarasota County Sheriff Depatment.” The Miami Herald Media Co. has joined the Herald-Tribune Media Group and the aka Florida Bulldog in urging a federal judge to make the FBI disclose details of its long-running Sarasota 9/11 investigation.

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