Press Release: American Execs Tried To Cut Off Al Qaeda Funding Pre 9/11


April 29, 2016

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American Execs Tried To Cut Off Al Qaeda Funding Pre 9/11

Charleston, SC – The news media is filled with reports that the “Saudi kingdom’s involvement was deliberately covered up at the highest levels of our government.  And the cover-up goes beyond locking up 28 pages of the Saudi report in a vault in the US Capitol basement.  Investigations were throttled.  Co-conspirators were let off the hook.”  Fox News, Huffington Post, Miami Herald, New York Post, Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

Beyond the contents of the 9/11 report allegedly implicating Saudi involvement in the funding of al Qaeda, is the documented information on how the United States Justice Department’s vaunted NCIC system was used in the attempted murder of United States business executives who were unwittingly shutting off Saudi funding to al Qaeda.  For the past fifteen years, the surviving business executives have spent their lives to get to the truth of why they were targeted and why the United States Justice Department was actively involved in protecting the perpetrators.

During the fifteen years, they have uncovered links and concrete irrefutable documentation of the involvement of an Assistant Director of the FBI, the office of United States Senator Lindsey Graham, the United States Justice Department, the head of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) and a Director in the Office of Homeland Security.  The internal documents from the individuals and/or the agencies involved detail how these individuals’ lives were destroyed by illegal actions of the government under the guise of National Security to keep the secret of the Saudi financial involvement in 9/11 from the American public.

Millions of dollars of government funds were used and are still being used to stop this action from reaching a truly independent review in Federal District Court.  The local political and geopolitical interest supersedes the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution because of the perceived impact of exposing documentation of both our governments’ actions against the public to protect Saudi interests tied to the funding of the attack on the United States on September 11, 2001 and the Saudis funding 9/11.  The surviving business executives with their lawyers are willing to present documentation for evaluation to assure its credibility along with presenting the methodology used to obtain recorded testimony.  These recordings include the Head of the FBI laboratories discussing police videotapes that captured the perpetrators on film disguised as police officers at the scene of the torture of the CEO by bribed local Sheriff Deputies and Horry County Police officers.


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