Monday, September 05, 2016
Today’s Sarasota Herald Tribune reports on the activity at the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport on the morning of September 11th, 2001. Reporter Chris Anderson‘s sort of ‘tongue in cheek report’ of a suspicious man at the end of the runway as Pres. George Bush makes his super hasty retreat out of Sarasota on Air Force 1 leaves out the vital back story of the earlier assassination attempt on Pres. George Bush at the Colony Resort on Longboat Key by Arab Newsmen in a white van.
BBC News Expose: 9/11 The Saudi Connection in Sarasota and elsewhere. This assassination attempt on Pres. George Bush at the Colony Resort on Longboat Key by Arab Newsmen happened just two days after a fake news crew of Al-Qaeda terrorists blew up Ahmad Shah Masoud leader of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance in Afghanistan with a bomb hidden in their camera, see Sarasota Police report below. Herald Tribune’s selective memory of 9/11 events in Sarasota Fl.
September 9, 2001: Two Tunisians of the Armed Islamic Group (GIA) the predecessor of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) were sent to Afghanistan by Osama bin Laden, they posed as journalists and assassinated Ahmad Shah Masoud, his photo above, leader of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance in Afghanistan in conjunction with Al-Qaeda’s September 11th attack on the USA. Anti-Taliban Northern Alliance leader Ahmed Shah Massoud was the target of a suicide attack which occurred at Khwaja Bahauddin Afghanistan on September 9, 2001. The attackers were two Arab “reporters”, AQIM terrorists Abdessater Dahmane and Bouraoui el-Ouaer both Tunisians who obtained the “fake” interview with Ahmed Shah Massoud and blew him up with a bomb hidden in their camera. The September 9, 2001 suicide bomb attack in which Dahmane and another man assassinated Ahmed Shah Massoud, the legendary leader of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance in Afghanistan was a vital mission. Taliban support needed to be shored up in anticipation of Al Qaeda’s 9/11/01 attack on America.
Possible Longboat terrorist incident
The Longboat Observer
26 September 2001
by Shay Sullivan
originally at URL: http://web.archive.org/web/20030220064542/http://www.longboatobserver.com/showarticle.asp?ai=1874
By now, most everyone knows President George W. Bush began that fateful day, Sept. 11, on Longboat Key, but the FBI is now investigating whether terrorists also began that fateful day here on the island. At about 6 a.m. Sept. 11, Longboat Key Fire Marshall Carroll Mooneyhan was at the front desk of the Colony Beach & Tennis Resort as Bush prepared for his morning jog. From that vantage point, Mooneyhan overheard a strange exchange between a Colony receptionist and security guard. A van occupied by men of Middle Eastern descent had pulled up to the Colony stating they had a “poolside” interview with the president, Mooneyhan said. The self-proclaimed reporters then asked for a Secret Service agent by name. Guards from security relayed the request to the receptionist, who had not heard of either the agent or plans for an interview, Mooneyhan said. The receptionist gave the phone over to a nearby Secret Service agent, who said the same thing: no one knew of an agent by that name or of any poolside interview. The agent told the occupants of the van to contact the president’s public relations office in Washington, D. C., and turned them away from the premises, Mooneyhan said.
In light of the attacks, Mooneyhan wonders if what he witnessed is related to the events of Sept. 11. So does the FBI. “That’s very strange,” said an unnamed agent with the Sarasota field office of the FBI, who directed agents to look into the matter. Earlier, the FBI questioned a Longboat Key man who also had a strange run-in with a van occupied by men of Middle Eastern descent. At 8:50 a.m. the man stood on the Sarasota bayfront waiting to watch the presidential motorcade pass. A dilapidated van passed him with two men of Middle Eastern descent screaming out the windows, “Down with Bush!’ and raising their fists in the air.” The Longboat Key resident later reported the incident to police, who turned the matter over to FBI agents who questioned him. Zainelabdeen Ibrahim Omer called Sarasota police on Sept. 11 at 4:07 am, see police report below, hours before Bush left town with concerns about 3 Sudaneese men in town led by “Ghandi” who had made violent threats.” Zainelabdeen Ibrahim Omer called Sarasota police on Sept. 11 at 4:07 am more than 4 1/2 hours before the first plane hit the WTC Towers.
“Zainelabdeen Ibrahim Omer, DOB 1/17/1967, see Sarasota Police report above, was living on Parliament St in San Antonio Texas in June of 2001 and appears to have moved to 2566 Hunters Glen Sarasota Fl (apartment complex) sometime prior to the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks, from where he called the cops on his cell phone 941-365-5755″. Several hours before the alleged assassination attempt took place of President Bush on 9/11/01, Zaine labdeen Ibrahim Omer delivered his warning. Its right there in black and white in the police report, which was taken at 4.07 AM on the morning of September 11.
The Sarasota police immediately called in Secret Service agents guarding the President, who was spending the night at the Colony Beach & Tennis Resort, on Longboat Key, just off Sarasota.Within hours Secret Service agents were searching an apartment in Sarasota, where they took a number of Sudanese men into custody (see Sarasota Police report 9/11/01 above). They arrested three occupants from Sudan; they were questioned for the next ten hours, according to one, Fathel Rahman Omer and then let go.
Two Hijackers on Longboat?
by Shay Sullivan
The Longboat Observer
November 21, 2001
If three eyewitnesses are correct, terrorist hijacker Mohamed Atta came to the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites-Longboat Key Sept. 7 2001— the day the media announced President George W. Bush would be coming to the area Sept. 11 to speak at a Sarasota school. Atta may have been there to meet a second hijacker, Marwan Al-Shehhi. Local authorities became aware of the incident when Longboat Key resident Milton Stein told them of a strange conversation he had with a Holiday Inn bartender, Darlene Sievers. Stein said when he sat down at the bar, Sievers told him he was sitting in the same seat Atta had used. The bartender then went on to help other customers and Stein could not question her further about what she meant. After getting the report, police asked Sievers to what she was referring. Sievers told police Atta came to the bar and ordered a rum and Coke. She said she remembered his face because of the sizeable tip he left her. Atta gave her a $20 bill for a $4 drink and let her keep the change, Sievers said. Atta left the bar after another Middle Eastern man arrived, Sievers said. When the FBI released Atta’s picture Sept. 27, Sievers called the FBI and told authorities what she saw, she told Longboat Key police.
The two men stand out in Bean’s memory because they did not look like the usual clientele, he said. Bean did not get a look at the man Sievers and Boyal believe was Atta. He only saw the back of that man’s head. But he did get a look at the second man. Bean believes Al-Shehhi — whom the FBI says crashed into the World Trade Center on United Airlines Flight 175 —was the other man eating the buffet. Bean said he didn’t mention the sighting because he didn’t want people thinking he is crazy. But after he learned Sievers spoke to the FBI, Bean decided to tell investigators what he saw as well. As to what the meeting means to the Sept. 11 investigation, the FBI had no comment. Asked whether Bean and Sievers were indeed interviewed, Special Agent Sara Oates said she “cannot confirm or deny that.”
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