Robert Mueller Is an Amoral Legal Assassin: He Will Do His Job If You Let Him - Page 14

Immediately after September 11, 2001, Bandar arranged
for a mass exodus of Saudi royals, intelligence personnel, and
other Saudi nationals from the United States, including members of the bin Laden family, with the full cooperation of the
United States government. He placed them beyond the reach
of any future inquiry.
It is obvious that the 9/11 terrorists did not emerge out of
bat caves in Afghanistan. They lived here in the United States,
training for a suicide mission which required massive logistical support. The immediate conclusion of anyone thinking
through the plot, is that this had to be state-sponsored terrorism. The Bush Administration, however, immediately focused the nation on Iraq and took the nation to a disastrous
war there, when even the most basic common sense told investigators to focus initially on the Saudis, following the evidence from there.
Congress convened a Joint Congressional Inquiry into the
events of 9/11 in 2002, chaired by then U.S. Senator Bob Graham. Senator Graham says that he has stopped using the term
“cover-up” in relation to 9/11. He instead uses the term “aggressive deception,” and places Mueller, operating on behalf
of the Bush family, at the center of obstructing his investigation and others. It was Mueller who angrily intervened to
prevent Congressional investigators from visiting FBI offices
in San Diego. They went anyway, and discovered troves of
FBI documents concerning the Saudi hijackers’ San Diego
cell, and its support by Saudi royals and government officials,
which Mueller’s FBI never made available to the Congressional Committee, despite their specific requests.
Prince Bandar, so close to the Bush family that he was called
“Bandar Bush,” is at the center of the support network for the
San Diego hijackers. There were multiple documents in the
San Diego FBI files referencing well-known sympathies for
Al-Qaeda by employees of the Saudi embassy in D.C., including Osama Bin Laden’s half-brother. There were records of
checks paid to Saudis supporting the two San Diego hijackers
from Bandar’s wife. There was also a CIA memorandum carefully tracking Saudi government support for Al-Qaeda and
other Saudi terrorist organizations.
Congressional investigators also discovered the identity of
an FBI informant who was close to both San Diego hijackers
and rented rooms to them, living in the same house. Rather
than allowing investigators to interview the informant, Mueller placed him in an FBI safehouse for “his protection.”
The results of the Joint Congressional Inquiry’s review of
Saudi government support of the 9/11 hijackers, 28 pages of
the Joint Congressional Committee’s report, were classified
in the final report. They remained classified, despite the demands of the 9/11 families and an all-out national campaign
for their release, until July 15, 2016. According to all concerned, the man who classified these 28 pages in 2003—and
adamantly fought to ensure that they would never see the
light of day—was FBI Director Robert Mueller. The 28 pages
solely concern what Congressional investigators found in the
San Diego FBI office, the discovery of which Robert Mueller
actively sought to prevent.
In the summer of 2015, another document formerly classified, Document 17, was quietly declassified. It was authored by
the same Congressional investigators who wrote the 28 pages,
and revealed that two Saudi students, funded by the Saudi
government, did a dry run of the
September 11, 2001 attack on an
American West flight from Phoenix
to Washington in 1999, an incident
well-known to the FBI. After releasing the two Saudis from custody, the
FBI subsequently learned, in 2000,
that one of the students had been
trained in Afghanistan’s Al-Qaeda
camps to conduct Khobar Towers
type assaults, and the other was tied
to terrorist elements as well.
Senator Graham has remarked
that Mueller stone-walled his investigation at every turn. Undoubtedly, large volumes of documents
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concerning the Saudi role in 9/11
President George W. Bush meeting with Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, whose extremely close reside in still classified and undisrelationship with the Bush family earned him the telling nickname “Bandar Bush”
closed CIA, FBI, and other files.
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