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Able Danger Round-up

August 2005: An annotated, comprehensive archive of articles on admissions that Mohamed Atta and three of the other alleged 9/11 hijacking ringleaders were under surveillance by military intelligence a year before September 2001. More proof that the 9/11 Commission was a whitewash; and why there is far more to the story than The New York Times has reported…

Sep 3, 2005:

Mohamed Atta and three other alleged ringleaders of the 9/11 hijacking team were under surveillance by an elite US military intelligence program in the summer of 2000, a New York Times story of Aug.

NY Times Discovers (Finally) That US Intel Was Spying on Mohamed Atta Prior to 9/11

A US military intelligence team code-named “Able Danger” identified Mohamed Atta and three other alleged 9/11 hijackers as potential terrorists in the summer of 2000, at a time when Atta was living in Florida, according to yesterday’s New York Times .

But the Times story obscures at least as much as it reveals.

The 9/11 Commission was made aware of the Able Danger program in 2003, but failed to mention it in its 2004 report.

The Times calls yesterday’s revelation “the first assertion that Mr.…

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