A great show with terror finance expert, Scott Bennett, in the first hour, and brilliant 9/11 expert, Barbara Honegger in the second hour. Together they argue for declassifying the 28 pages of the 9/11 Report, implicating the Saudi Royal Family in financing terror attacks on 9/11 and beyond. Honegger and Bennett argue that FOUR MAJOR Intelligence Caches ALL need to be declassified and cross-correlated to examine interconnecting links that would shut down most terrorist financing, if whistleblowers like Scott Bennett can force Congress to address it. Those are: 1) the 28 missing pages of the 9/11 report by the Joint House-Senate Intelligence Committee; 2) Brad Birkenfeld’s testimony before Senator Carl Levin’s Subcommittee on Investigations regarding 24,000 accounts at Union Bank of Switzerland, and how those tie into terrorism financing; 3) the digital financial data base contained on Zacharias Moussouai’s computer, which Coleen Rowley repeatedly requested permission to access before 9/11 (all denied by US Attorney John Ashcroft & the FBI, despite advance warnings to Ashcroft’s private staff by yours truly, Susan Lindauer, on behalf of the CIA); and 4) Osama Bin Laden’s private computer data base seized by Navy Seals in Pakistan.
Evidence of Saudi financing behind the greater 9/11 Conspiracy needs to be understood. Honegger & Bennett provide a brilliant analysis of how all of these different components fuse together.
Hope you’ll check it out!
“Moussaoui Calls Saudi Princes Patrons of Al Qaeda”
New York Times
Feb. 4, 2015
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