Thursday, December 01, 2016
Tampa FBI Coughs Up New 9/11 Records About Sarasota Links to Hijackers With a False Timeline & Narrative in Memo to Florida Bulldog News. See Contradictory BBC Video above that was filmed in Sarasota and New York City and was released on September 13th, 2016. In the investigative documentary, Sarasota is linked to the 9/11 hijackers by former Senator Bob Grahman, journalist Dan Christensen, Larry Berberich senior administrator and security officer of the gated community Prestancia and attorney Andrew Maloney NY for ‘Families of 9/11 Victims’ in lawsuit filed on Saudi Arabia. Sarasota in detail comes in at 26 minutes of the 46 minute documentary.
I was aware of and involved with a support of terrorism investigation in Sarasota Fl from April 3rd 2002 up until April of 2004. I first contacted the FBI about suspicious activity in Sarasota Fl on April 3rd 2002 just days before the FBI opened the April 16th 2002 Sarasota investigation, see my FedEx package above. The investigation in Sarasota was initiated by the Sarasota Police Department and the Sarasota Sheriff’s Department, ICE, the Bureau of Immigration Customs Enforcement, was the federal Agency overseeing and coordinating the investigation. Sarasota FBI at first was just in the background and not running the show, when definite links to terrorism surfaced the FBI took over the case and excluded ICE, the Bureau of Immigration Customs Enforcement, from the case and kept the Sarasota Police Department and the Sarasota Sheriff’s Department as part of a JTTF team. In the months to follow other Federal Agencies, the US Secret Service in Tampa and the US Customs and Border Protection at the Port of Tampa contacted me and started up the investigation but were told to ‘stand down’ by the FBI.
The current memo to the Florida Bulldog News from the FBI in Tampa, see Memorandum for the Record, discounts all earlier information obtained by the Sarasota FBI agent who wrote the EC April 16th, 2002 report, bull: “The FBI did not obtain the gate records from the community because there was not a justified reason to believe there was a connection with the hijackers. There was no investigative belief or reason to obtain the records,” the memo says. “It’s unbelievable that they would make the statement that they didn’t collect the records because they didn’t have a belief that there was a connection,” Graham said. “It was the records that would have given them that connection.” Nevertheless, the memo says elsewhere that the FBI concluded there was “no evidence the hijackers visited the family’s residence.” The memo does not explain how, if the gate records were not obtained, the FBI could reach that conclusion. The FBI has said in public comments, and to the 9/11 Review Commission, that it found “no evidence” connecting the Sarasota Saudis to any of the 9/11 hijackers, “nor was there any connection found between the family and the 9/11 plot.”A startling statement The memo, however, includes a startling statement about the FBI’s record-keeping practices that indicates the bureau cannot back up its conclusions. “There is no actual documentation of searches and work done to rule out connections,” the memo says.
The memorandum, however, says, “The FBI found there is no evidence and no grounds that the family, or 2 & 3 degrees of separation, had any telephonic connection,” with the hijackers. Neither the memo nor the 9/11 Review Commission’s final report indicate that the commission sought to verify any of the FBI’s assertions. The FBI has declined to make public records about its phone record analysis. Similarly, the memo discusses statements made to the 9/11 Review Commission by the FBI regarding its own April 2002 “many connections” report linking the Sarasota Saudis and 9/11 figures.
The memorandum goes on to dispute the counterterrorism officer’s account of how agents, using a subpoena, obtained phone company records about incoming and outgoing calls to the Escondito house. A link analysis – tracking calls based on dates, times and length of conversation – found that calls dating back more than a year prior to 9/11 “lined up with the known suspects,” the counterterrorism officer said. The links were not only to Atta and other hijack pilots, but to other terrorist suspects, including Walid al-Shehhri, who flew with Atta on the first plane to strike the World Trade Center, and al Qaeda terrorist Adnan Shukrijumah, the counterterrorism officer said. Shukrijumah, a Broward resident later added to the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist List, was reported killed in a military raid in Pakistan in December 2014.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota to Panama City Fl, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.wbipi.com