Thursday, February 4, 2010

Congressional hearing reveals US intelligence agencies shielded Flight 253 bomber

It's completely out in the open now. Staged black op. False flag. Inside job. And you know what? They're getting away with it.

The government claims he was allowed to enter the country as part of a larger terrorism investigation. This doesn't explain why, if the government was merely shadowing him, not assisting him directly, a US government agent escorted AbdulMutallab past security onto the plane. Or why he was videotaped the entire flight.

    Detroit News -

    The State Department didn't revoke the visa of foiled terrorism suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab because federal counterterrorism officials had begged off revocation, a top State Department official revealed Wednesday.

    Patrick F. Kennedy, an undersecretary for management at the State Department, said Abdulmutallab's visa wasn't taken away because intelligence officials asked his agency not to deny a visa to the suspected terrorist over concerns that a denial would've foiled a larger investigation into al-Qaida threats against the United States.

    "Revocation action would've disclosed what they were doing," Kennedy said in testimony before the House Committee on Homeland Security. Allowing Adbulmutallab to keep the visa increased chances federal investigators would be able to get closer to apprehending the terror network he is accused of working with, "rather than simply knocking out one solider in that effort."