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Photographs - Mohamed Atta and Abdul Aziz Al-Omari at Portland Airport in Maine

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« on: June 15, 2009, 03:06:45 am »

"There's a real question there because he took a tremendous risk in going to Portland the night before and then having to catch a commuter flight to Boston,” said Roger Cressey, who was director of transnational threats for President Bush's National Security Council. “Given the vagaries of traveling on the East Coast, (it was a) tremendous risk to take.  And so, we still don't know what he was doing there."

Former federal terrorism investigators say a piece of luggage hastily checked in at the Portland, Maine, airport by a World Trade Center hijacker on the morning of Sept. 11 provided the Rosetta stone enabling FBI agents to swiftly unravel the mystery of who carried out the suicide attacks and what motivated them.

A mix-up in Boston prevented the luggage from connecting with the plane that hijackers crashed into the north tower of the trade center. Seized by FBI agents at Boston's Logan Airport, investigators said, it contained Arab-language papers revealing the identities of all 19 hijackers involved in the four hijackings, as well as information on their plans, backgrounds and motives.

An affidavit filed by FBI agent James K. Lechner in federal district court in Portland reported that two bags checked by Atta were recovered at Logan Airport Sept. 11. They were never placed on Flight 11 before it departed from Boston, Lechner said, but there was no explanation of why they had not been loaded. Lechner described them as "a green Travel Gear bag" and "a black Travelpro bag.",0,6096142.story?coll=ny-nationalnews-print

If this is true, then Atta didn't die on the morning of 9/11.  Anything else that would back this up? Here is what the Father of Atta said about his son.....
"Mossad and Israel are who benefits the most from this.... They want to try to hang this on the Arab world," Atta told the Cairo Times in a 19 September interview. "When America learns that Mossad did it, they won't be able to say anything."

"Elect someone different than these oil millionares who want to control the Arab world. Dick Cheney is a billionare from oil. Bush, his family has been in oil for generations...America hasn't had an honorable president since Roosevelt."

The elder Atta said he had last seen his son about 18 months ago in Egypt. He had never been to visit him in Germany, and knew little of his life there. He also claimed that his son had called him two days after the attack, and described it as "a normal conversation." But he snarled when asked to give further details. Asked what country Muhammad had called from, he said, "The name of the country isn't written on the phone."

Asked where Muhammad was now, he said, "Ask Mossad."

Atta said he hadn't heard from his son since the post-attack phone call, and that he has never called his son since his departure in 1993.

"He calls us," he said. "We don't even have his number."

"They found a flight manual in the car," he said. "Is he going to be studying on the way?"

Rest assured Atta is dead now. I don't claim Atta was working for the CIA or the mossad. In fact we know who he was working for. The ISI. CNN even reported the $100,000 transfer from the ISI to Atta, in the same article they report the ISI engineering hijackings....

Ahmed Umar Syed Sheikh, whom authorities say used a pseudonym to wire $100,000 to suspected hijacker Mohammad Atta, who then distributed the money in the United States.

Indian authorities have also said that 1999 hijacking was done with the help of Pakistan's ISI or Intelligence Service.
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