April 5, 2011, - 1:07 pm
Now we know. After years of telling us otherwise, the FBI–in its own words, on its own previously classified memo–knew the the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was likely the work and planning of Islamic terrorists, not just Timothy McVeigh.
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It’s important because it confirms the tireless, ridiculed scoops and hard work by Oklahoma City TV reporter and journalist, Jayna Davis, who for years made the case that the bombing was the work of Iraqi intelligence. It’s also important because, for years, the CAIR Action Network and other Muslim groups constantly point to that bombing as evidence that major terrorist attacks on America are also committed by non-Muslim, American Christian White guys (even though McVeigh was basically an atheist). Now, we know for sure that Davis was right, and, per usual, that the HAMAS financier, CAIR Action Network was lying.
A big story in the news today is that a senior ABC News reporter was a mole for the FBI, according to a just released classified FBI memo from the 1990s. But the far more important revelation in the the memo is that it confirms that the FBI and ABC News believed the Oklahoma City bombing might be the work of Iraqi intelligence working for Saddam Hussein and that Saudi Arabia warned about this same fact.
As I noted recently, there was previously a lot of evidence that the Oklahoma City was the work of Islamic terrorists, including the presence of McVeigh associate and Iraqi agent Hussain Al-Hussaini, whom the FBI confirmed was seen with McVeigh throughout the planning of the attack, including when McVeigh rented the vehicle used in the bombing. Most of this evidence was dug up and brought out by Ms. Davis, a then-Oklahoma City television reporter, whose book, “The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing,” is a must-read.
So why did the FBI cover up the fact that the bombing was an Islamic terrorist operation? The usual–political correctness toward Muslims can be the only answer. More:
A once-classified FBI memo reveals that the bureau treated a senior ABC News journalist as a potential confidential informant in the 1990s, pumping the reporter to ascertain the source of a sensational but uncorroborated tip that the network had obtained during its early coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing.
The journalist, whose name is not disclosed in the document labeled “secret,” not only cooperated but provided the identity of a confidential source, according to the FBI memo. . . .
The ABC employee was even assigned a number in the FBI’s informant database, indicating he or she was still being vetted for suitability as a snitch after providing “highly accurate and reliable information in the past” and then revealing information the network had obtained in the hours just after the 1995 terrorist attack by Timothy McVeigh.
The journalist “advised that a source within the Saudi Arabian Intelligence Service advised that the Oklahoma City bombing was sponsored by the Iraqi Special Services who contracted seven (7) former Afghani Freedom Fighters out of Pakistan,” an April 17, 1996 FBI memo states, recounting the then-ABC journalist’s interview with FBI agents a year earlier on the evening of the April 19, 1995 bombing. (The Iraqi connection, of course, never materialized.) . . .
The memo was recently discovered by Utah lawyer Jesse Trentadue, who has spent years researching the Oklahoma City case trying to prove a connection between the terrorist bombing and the death of his brother in an Oklahoma prison in the summer of 1995.
The root of the memo lies in Trentadue’s relationship with Terry Nichols, one of the defendants convicted in the 1995 terror attack, who is serving life in prison. Trentadue recently found the document — unredacted and still marked secret — in a box of documents gathered by Nichols’ defense attorneys.
The memo suggests the ABC journalist reached out to a counterterrorism agent in New York City on his or her own the night of the bombing, in part because the information acquired suggested that “there were two other bombing incidents planned” soon at government offices in Houston and Los Angeles.
Unfortunately, the memo says the ABC reporter’s source for the information was Vincent Cannistraro, an unreliable, vehemently anti-Israel former CIA counterterrorism chief, who was then on the Saudi payroll as a “consultant.” Still, his story jibes with what Jayna Davis discovered.
The political correctness of the 2000s and 2010s with regard to Muslims and terrorism had early roots in the 1990s. Why wasn’t Hussain Al-Hussaini more closely scrutinized? Why wasn’t he sent to rendition, instead of being allowed to roam free on American streets? Why wasn’t Timothy McVeigh offered a deal in order to turn in his Islamic compatriots? It’s pretty clear he couldn’t possibly have planned and carried out such a successful attack on his own?
We’ll likely never know the answers. But we’ll always know one thing for sure: the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies go out of their way to cover up for Islam and Muslims.
And Americans continue to go along like sheep and say nothing.
So, who was the FBI mole at ABC News? Was it John Miller, now an official of the Obama Administration? For years, Miller straddled back and forth between high profile jobs at the FBI and ABC News? He’s one of the only American reporters to ever interview Osama Bin Laden on video and fancies himself something of an investigative journalist and terrorism expert. He’s now Barack Obama’s Associate Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analytic Transformation and Technology.
Will ABC News’ “Deep Throat” come to light? We’ll see.
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