Monday, September 24, 2018

Sarasota Herald Tribune Reveals FBI Report Obtained by Mario Messina "Mohamed Atta & 9/11 Hijackers Used Venice Public Library Computers"

 
Sarasota Herald Tribune Reveals FBI Report Obtained by Mario Messina "Mohamed Atta & 9/11 Hijackers Used Venice Public Library Computers". By Chris Anderson for Herald Tribune: After the 9/11 attacks, the FBI pulled 10 hard drives from computers at the Venice library. They’re now the property of Sarasota County government. The killers walked among us. They shopped at our stores, ate in our restaurants, lived on our streets. They were here, plotting the worst kind of evil, and we never suspected a thing. That the 9/11 hijackers learned to fly in Venice has been well-documented in the years since the terrorist attacks. Lesser known are other things they were doing in the area, more specifically at the Venice Public Library and the SunTrust Bank. Around the time of the attacks, a Nokomis resident named Mario Messina was told that the 9/11 hijackers had been using computers at the Venice library, and the notion seemed a logical one, especially considering that in a statement addressing the Joint Congressional Inquiry FBI Director Robert Mueller said: “None of the nineteen suicide hijackers are known to have had computers, laptops or storage media of any kind, although they have used publicly accessible internet connections at various locations. ″Messina, curious about this for several years, submitted a public records request to the FBI. He finally received a response in June. Turns out, the FBI did visit the library in Venice one week after the 9/11 attacks, just as Messina thought.
Casey Key Resident Mario Messina Files FOIA on FBI Asking What Did Mohamed Atta and other 9/11 Hijackers use Venice Fl Public Library Computers for? I have met with Mr. Mario Messina and he has recently heard back from the FBI and the Department Of Justice, they gave him a case number and indicated that they would look into the use of Venice Public Library computers by the 9/11 hijackers:
Email From: Mario Messina.
Subject: FOIPA Request, The 9/11 hijackers use of the public computers at the Venice (Florida) library, prior to 9/11
Date: November 6, 2017 at 2:08:50 PM EST
To: foipaquestions@fbi.gov
Date range of request: From 2001 to October 30, 2017. One might ask, Why was this not submitted a long time ago? Response: the strategy was to wait to see if this particular important episode would ever be reported in any FBI reports, in the PENTTBOMB investigation, the Joint congressional 9/11 committee report and/or in the recent release of the 28 retracted missing pages. It was not! Why? What is being requested herein is very important in view of the “missing dots” in the 9/11 investigations and will be instrumental in identifying and deterring, in advance, future terrorist plots, and attacks.



FBI REPORT: 911 HIJACKERS MADE USE OF VENICE PUBLIC LIBRARY COMPUTERS. Sarasota County resident Mario Messina had filed a FOIA request with the FBI, regarding the 9/11 Venice based hijackers and who they communicated with via the Venice Library computers. The FBI just recently replied to Mr Messina's FOIA request with 25 pages of documents, 13 pages deleted-redacted. It is now readily apparent that Mohamed Atta, Marwan Al-Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah did use the Venice Public Library to communicate with 'others'. The recent FBI report also clearly states that there was an active FBI investigation into a support network for the 9/11 Hijackers during late 2001 and all through 2002 in Sarasota County Fl, which the FBI has denied ever taken place.


In the recent FBI FOIA report it indicates that several employees of the Venice Public Library did recognize and identify Mohamed Atta, Marwan Al-Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah from their Florida drivers license photographs. Also the same Venice Public Library employees indicated that the 3 hijackers that they identified were using HOTMAIL email accounts. Mohamed Atta SIGNS UP FOR E-MAIL: Mohamed Atta@HOTMAIL.COM Marwan al-Shehhi registered e-mail account maralsh@hotmail.com at a Kinko.  Email from ZIAD JARRAH, (Flight 93) has JARRAH referring to ATTA as "boss." ATTA .... up on 6/22/01) eyn72@hotmail.com (from email with Lakeland, FL flight school) ...

 It has been reported that none of the 9/11 hijackers used laptops or owned laptops while in the USA, so how did they communicate with their bosses in Dubai, Karachi and Afghanistan? The Sarasota Public Library in Gulf Gate at 7112 Curtiss Ave is only 1.4 miles or a 4 min drive from the Abdulaziz al-Hijji house at 4224 Escondito Circle in Prestancia, Sarasota Fl where 9/11 hijackers Mohamed Atta, Ziad Jarrah and Marwan al-Shehhi were known to frequent. In Sarasota the Gulf Gate Library moved to Curtiss Avenue in 1983, it is just off of S. Beneva Rd. There was internet access via the Gulf Gate Library computers in the time period of July 2000 to January 2001 when Mohamed Atta, Ziad Jarrah and Marwan al-Shehhi were known to be living in Sarasota County:
1). On 6/27/00, at 19:38:49, Marwan Al-Shehhi registered email account maralsh@hotmail.com from a Kinkos located in New York City. Mohamed Atta, 33, the reputed man in charge who orchestrated the attacks, was among the most worldly and oldest of the suspected hijackers, investigators say. The son of an Egyptian lawyer, he traveled extensively, visiting countries like Syria that have terrorist cells. 
2). On 7/6/00, Mohamed Atta and Al-Shehhi rented a car from Sarasota Auto Rentals, Sarasota, FL. They returned the car sometime prior to the due back date of 7/ 13/00. The car was driven 1013 miles. (LES) 
3). On 7/7/00, Atta and Al-Shehhi opened a joint checking account at Suntrust Bank (Nokomis, Fl branch) with a $7,000 cash deposit. 
4). On 7/10/00, Atta cashed a check on this account in the amount of $4,200 and purchased a car (1989 Pontiac Grand Prix) from Cramer Toyota located in Venice, Florida.
5). On 7/16 /2000. Atta and Al-Shehiii rented an apartment located on W. Laurel Rd, Nokomis they signed a six-month lease that began on 7/16/2000 and ended on 1/14/2001. It was while they were living here that they completed their flight training.
6). On 8/29/00, Mr. Ali (believed to be Ali Abdul Aziz Ali) sent $20,000 via bank, to bank transfer from the UAE Exchange Gen fee, Bm Dubai, UAE, to AL-Shehhi’s Suntrust Bank, 1000 N Tamiami Trail, Nokomis Florida, account (joint account with Atta). The funds posted to the Suntrust account on 8/30/00 less a $15 fee.
7). On 9/17/00, Hani at Fawaz Trading (believed to be Ail Abdul Aziz Ali) sent $70,000 via a bank to bank transfer from the UAE Exchange Centre, Bur Dubai, UAE, to Al- Shehhis (joint account with Mohamed Atta) Suntrust Bank, 1000 N Tamiami Trail, Nokomis Florida, account. The funds posted to the Suntrust account on 9/18/00 less a $15 fee.
Mohamed Atta was a master of altered identity with a penchant for aliases. He changed his appearance when he moved to Florida for schooling, shaving his beard and opting for Western attire over the tunic he wore in Germany. While learning to fly, the Los Angeles Times reported on its front page on September 27, 2001, “Atta used computers at the Delray Beach public library and worked out at a Delray Beach health club. Federal officials (FBI) had visited libraries from Florida to Virginia, culling log-in sheets and seizing computer equipment where suspected hijackers and associates may have logged time. Senior levels of the F.B.I. and the C.I.A. said “We could have gone to [hijacking leader] Mohamed Atta’s door on September 10 and he’d go, ‘Hi, Mr. F.B.I., I’m Mohamed Atta. I’m going to flight school—come on in,’” says Michael Rolince, a special agent in charge of counterintelligence for the F.B.I.’s Washington field office. “‘What are you doing at flight school?’ we ask. [He says,] ‘My sole ambition is to be an EgyptAir pilot. How else can I help you?’ And the F.B.I.’s second question is … what? Not a single agency in the world wants this guy. There wouldn’t be a thing we could do. You think one of those guys would’ve broken [and talked] like Joe Bag O’Donuts in Boston at the Marathon bombing? No. These guys were pros. For us to have done anything, these guys had to make a mistake. And they didn’t. Could we have generated enough information—ever—to keep them off those planes? I doubt it.”
 Terrorists used public libraries for Internet access to check airline reservations prior to the September 11 attacks. Kenneth L. Wainstein, the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, told the House Judiciary subcommittee on crime, terrorism and homeland secur ity oversight that investigators traced some of the hijackers’ activities on four separate occasions in August 2001. Internet accounts registered to Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar were accessed from a state college library in New Jersey. The two men were on the American Airlines Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon. “The computers in the library were used to review and order airline tickets on an Internet travel reservations site,” Mr. Wainstein said. “The last documented visit to the library occurred on August 30, 2001. On that occasion, records indicate that a person using Alhazmi’s account used the library’s computer to review September 11 reservations that had been previously booked.” Investigators also discovered that three hijackers on the planes that hit the World Trade Center visited Internet accounts registered to Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar were accessed from a state college library in New Jersey. The two men were on the American Airlines Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon. Mr. Wainstein said witnesses identified the men as Wail M. Alshehri and Waleed M. Alshehri, who were aboard American Airlines Flight 11 that crashed into the North Tower, and Marwan Al-Shehhi, the man who took control of United Airlines Flight 175 that crashed into the South Tower. 
Al-Qaeda operatives who use (used) public computers in the USA were well versed on how to disguise email communication, actually the emails were never actually SENT. Two terrorists on opposite sides of the globe would open 30 anonymous web-based e-mail accounts with 30 different passwords. On the first of the month the first account is used, on the second of the month the second account is used and so on, until each account is used once. "It's very difficult to catch, because there is no pattern of use," former U.S. counter-terrorism czar Richard Clarke says. "One-time anonymous accounts are extremely difficult to monitor." One terrorist drafts a Web-based e-mail and instead of sending it, saves it to the draft folder, accessible online from anywhere in the world. The other terrorist can open the same account, read the message, and delete it. The e-mail has never been sent, and cannot be tracked. Many e-mails are sent on public computers, for example in libraries or cyber caf├ęs, making them even more difficult to trace.



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