ISI (PAKISTANI INTELLIGENCE)
MEETING WITH ISI OFFICIALS
During the week of 9/11/01 General Ahmad met w/ State Dept. officials Richard Armitage and Marc Grossman, on 9/11 he was meeting w/ Sen. Bob Graham and Porter Goss of the Senate Intel. Committee.
Porter Goss — former House Intelligence Chair; was meeting with General Mahmoud Ahmad, head of Pakistan’s ISI and 9-11 financier, on 9-11; promoted to Director of CIA, resigned after “hookergate”.
Bob Graham — former Florida Senator; was meeting with General Mahmoud Ahmad, head of Pakistan’s ISI and 9-11 financier, on 9-11; ran for President in 2004.
Marc Grossman — Under Secretary for Political Affairs on 9-11; met with General Mahmoud Ahmad, head of Pakistan’s ISI and 9-11 financier, on or shortly after 9-11; “dual citizen” of US and Israel.
Richard Armitage — former member of PNAC, Deputy Secretary of State; met with General Mahmoud Ahmad, head of Pakistan’s ISI and 9-11 financier, shortly after 9-11.
These people were meeting with ISI officials shortly before and on 9/11!
During the week of 9/11/01 Ahmad met w/ State Dept. officials Richard Armitage and Marc Grossman, on 9/11 he was meeting w/ Sen. Bob Graham and Porter Goss of the Senate Intel. Committee.
Ahmad was merely removed of his post, why wasn’t he prosecuted? More importantly why wasn’t the person he authorized to make the wire tranfer–Ahmed Omar Sheikh Saeed–not prosecuted for facilitating the 9/11 attacks, but rather for the murder of western journalist Daniel Pearl.
Sen. Bob Graham (D-FL) and Rep. Porter Goss (R-FL) — the chairmen of the Senate and House Intelligence Committees — along with Sen. John Kyl (R-AZ) and some other members of the House Intelligence Committee are in a meeting at the Capital building with the director of Pakistani intelligence (ISI), Lt. Gen. Mahmud Ahmad, who authorized a $100,000 wire transfer to alleged lead 9/11 hijacker, Mohamed Atta.
NEW REVELATIONS ON 9-11
General Tommy Franks was en route to Pakistan to meet with President Musharraf to discuss security cooperation and terrorism.
GENERAL AHMAD (ISI)
Mahmoud Ahmad — head of Pakistan’s ISI; had Abdulle Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh wire $100,000 to lead 9-11 “terrorist” patsy Mohammad Atta.
GENERAL MAHMOUD AHMAD
$100,000 WIRE TRANSFER
Pakistani ISI Chief Gen. Mohmoud Ahmad authorized an ISI Agent Ahmed Omar Sheikh Saeed, who was a triple agent for the Brits, U.S., and Al Qaeda, to wire $100,000 to the 9/11 Ring Leader Mohammad Atta the month preceding 9/11/01.
The Pakistani ISI (Inter-Intelligence Service) Director General Mahmoud Ahmad authorized a wire transfer of $100,000 to 9/11 Ring Leader M. Atta in the month preceding the attacks. He was removed of his post amid the controversy surrounding the transfer. Ahmoud authorized an ISI Agent Ahmed Omar Sheikh Saeed, who was a triple agent for the Brits, U.S., and Al Qaeda, to wire $100,000 to the Ring Leader of the 9/11 attacks the month preceding 9/11/01.
Mahmoud Ahmed – Pakistan ISI Director
The Pakistan connection
“Sheikh is also the man who, on the instructions of General Mahmoud Ahmed, the then head of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), wired $100,000 before the 9/11 attacks to Mohammed Atta, the lead hijacker. It is extraordinary that neither Ahmed nor Sheikh have been charged and brought to trial on this count. Why not?
Ahmed, the paymaster for the hijackers, was actually in Washington on 9/11, and had a series of pre-9/11 top-level meetings in the White House, the Pentagon, the national security council, and with George Tenet, then head of the CIA, and Marc Grossman, the under-secretary of state for political affairs. When Ahmed was exposed by the Wall Street Journal as having sent the money to the hijackers, he was forced to “retire” by President Pervez Musharraf. Why hasn’t the US demanded that he be questioned and tried in court?”
AHMED OMAR SHEIK SAEED
AHMED OMAR SHEIK SAEED
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