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  • The Scriptorium

    8/29/2005

    Missing Able Danger ‘Atta’ Chart in 2002 Video

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 6:38 pm

    The government and the 9/11 Commission may have to stop trying to cover up evidence that they had been warned about Mohamed Atta a year before the 9/11 attacks. There is now proof, in the form of a video tape, that Able Danger existed and a military intelligence unit did in fact know Atta was in the U.S. and a terrorist threat before we were attacked. Unfortunately, the media probably won’t ask the questions that need to be asked. I’d like to hear from the U.S. Senators and Commission members who claimed the two witnesses that came forward (there are now 5) were lying about an intelligence chart that included the complete architecture of Al Qaeda and information on Atta. Now that there is video evidence it exists and was presented to the heritage foundation before 9/11, what’s their story?

    A copy of the Able Danger chart that identified lead 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta as a terrorist operating inside the U.S. a year before the 9/11 attacks is clearly visible in a video of a 2002 speech by delivered by Rep. Curt Weldon to the Heritage Foundation.

    The Pentagon, the 9/11 Commission and the Senate Intelligence Committee are currently seeking evidence that the bombshell chart, featuring a photo Atta, ever existed – as claimed by three members of the Able Danger team, along with Rep. Weldon. But so far, no physical evidence of the controversial document has surfaced.

    Until now.

    A third of the way through his May 23, 2002 address on data fusion techniques, the video shows Rep. Weldon unfurling a copy of the now missing document and displaying it to the Heritage audience.

    “This is the unclassified chart that was done by the Special Forces Command briefing center one year before 9/11,” he explains. “It is the complete architecture of al Qaeda and pan-Islamic extremism. It gives all the linkages. It gives all the capabilities. . . .”

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