Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Scuttling Able Danger probe

We haven't discussed the Able Danger controversy, mostly because others have covered it well, but we're making an exception today because it's something you deserve to hear about.

Briefly, Able Danger was the military intelligence program that identified four of the nineteen 9/11 hijackers over a year before the event. Warnings were sent and were ignored. Attempts to warn the FBI apparently crashed into the infamous "Wall of Separation" between domestic and military intelligence erected by Clinton-era members of the Department of Justice (most notably Jamie Gorelic, author of the "Wall" and inexplicably a member of the 9/11 Commission. The 9/11 Commission that continues to deny ever hearing about Able Danger.)

Several whistle-blowers have emerged from the military ranks, who worked on Able Danger and are willing to testify and present proof that controverts the 9/11 Commission.

So guess what happened today?

The Pentagon is refusing to allow the first of the men, military intelligence officer Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, to testify on the grounds that it will reveal intelligence capabilities the entire world already knows about.

We suggest that you get somewhat familiar with this case as it is likely to explode onto the public consciousness soon. The MainStream Media (MSM) has done little work on it, probably because it reflects badly on members of the Clinton administration (although it is doubtful that Clinton himself knew anything about it).

Some of the best work on Able Danger comes through the Quarters of Captain Ed , who explains that a stonewall by the Pentagon isn't going to stop the truth from its revelation. Highly suggest you spend some time with the Captain getting the dirty lowdown.


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