Publish dateSaturday 15 April 2023 - 14:55
Story Code : 268484
Exposing the CIA
Secret documents from the Guantanamo prison court show that two of the hijackers who attacked the World Trade Organization buildings in the September 11 attacks were CIA agents.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: a court case from the Guantanamo Military Commission, which is responsible for investigating the case of the accused of the terrorist attacks of September 11 in New York, shows that some of the hijackers of this incident, because of which the US government at the time launched the long-term war in Afghanistan, are operatives of the organization. They were CIA spies.
According to the report, the document was originally released through the Guantanamo Bay court documents, but was redacted despite being public.
Don Canstraro, the chief investigator of the Guantanamo Military Commission, who conducted an investigation on the role of the Saudi government in the September 11 attacks at the request of the lawyers accused of this attack, has written a report on the role of CIA agents in this terrorist attack.
According to the document, two of the 9/11 hijackers were closely monitored by the CIA and were probably hired by the CIA long before they flew the hijacked planes into the World Trade Center buildings.
It is said that among the many lasting mysteries of the September 11 attacks that have not been solved after more than two decades, perhaps the biggest and most serious of them is related to the activities of "Nawaf Al-Hazmi" and "Khalid Al-Midhar" in the 18 months leading up to the day of the incident.
Canstraro prepared the report based on a review of classified information and interviews with FBI and Pentagon officials, and its contents show that the CIA sought desperately to avoid official investigations into 9/11 and to conceal its involvement in Al Qaeda.
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