Monday, December 05, 2005

245 U.S. Senators and Representatives push to investigate 'ABLE DANGER'

U.S. Rep. Curt Weldon (R-Pa.), vice chairman of the House Armed Services and Homeland Security Committees, sent a letter on November 18 to Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld requesting that he allow "former participants in the intelligence program known as ABLE DANGER to testify in an open hearing before the United States Congress."

According to former FBI Director, Louis J. Freeh (September 1, 1993 - June 25, 2001): "Able Danger concluded in February 2000 that military experts had identified Mohamed Atta by name (and maybe photograph) as an al Qaeda agent operating in the U.S. Subsequently, military officers assigned to Able Danger were prevented from sharing this critical information with FBI agents, even though appointments had been made to do so. Why?"

Mr. Freeh adds, "The Able Danger intelligence, if confirmed, is undoubtedly the most relevant fact of the entire post-9/11 inquiry." To date, 245 U.S. Senators and Representatives have signed Mr. Weldon's letter.

1 comment:

IMRAN™ said...

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