The CIA destroyed the interrogation tapes because of the content of the tapes, not the torture techniques

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The CIA destroyed the interrogation tapes because of the content of the tapes, not the torture techniques

This interesting article claims that the information gained from the interrogation of Abu Zubaydah outlined the participation of top Saudi and Pakistani people in 9/11. This information was destroyed so that Bush could publicly work with their "allies".

What happened to the princes and military leaders implicated? They all mysteriously died within weeks of each other.


Facinating...

In a short monologue, that one investigator told me was the "Rosetta Stone" of 9/11, Zubaydah laid out details of how he and the al Qaeda hierarchy had been supported at high levels inside the Saudi and Pakistan governments.

He named two other Saudi princes, and also the chief of Pakistan's air force, as his major contacts. Moreover, he stunned his interrogators, by charging that two of the men, the King's nephew, and the Pakistani Air Force chief, knew a major terror operation was planned for America on 9/11.

It would be nice to further investigate the men named by Zubaydah, but that is not possible. All four identified by Zubaydah are now dead. As for the three Saudi princes, the King's 43-year-old nephew, Prince Ahmed, died of either a heart attack or blood clot, depending on which report you believe, after having liposuction in Riyadh's top hospital; the second, 41-year-old Prince Sultan bin Faisal bin Turki al-Saud, died the following day in a one car accident, on his way to the funeral of Prince Ahmed; and one week later, the third Saudi prince named by Zubaydah, 25-year-old Prince Fahd bin Turki bin Saud al-Kabir, died, according to the Saudi Royal Court, "of thirst."

The head of Pakistan's Air Force, Mushaf Ali Mir, was the last to go. He died, together with his wife and fifteen of his top aides, when his plane blew up -- suspected as sabotage -- in February 2003. Pakistan's investigation of the explosion -- if one was even done -- has never been made public.

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By netchicken: posted on 9-12-2007

And yet they both remain our staunchest allies!

Fascinating that all these guys died, one wonders if it is all a coincidence.

Its like something out of Godfather, "keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer" sort of mess with Saudi Arabia and Pakistan.

Sucessive presidents over the years have continuously pandered to Saudi Arabia and the muslim nations in the middle east. Even if they imposed an oil embargo on the US or they conspire with terrorists to destroy us, what ever be the cause. I hope in the 'big picture' it was all worth it.
By IAF: posted on 9-12-2007

Crude Politics by Paul Sperry. It'll explain it all to you.
By Thomas_Crowne: posted on 10-12-2007








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