Trump’s Pick for New FBI Boss is Christopher Wray a Key Player in 9/11 Investigation For DOJ Now Open Books on Secret Sarasota Saudi Investigation
Wednesday, June 07, 2017
Trump’s Pick for New FBI Boss is Christopher Wray a Key Player in 9/11 Investigation For DOJ Now Open Books on Secret Sarasota Saudi Investigation. FROM Christopher Wray’s Bio at King & Spalding Law Firm: Christopher Wray is a litigation partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C., and Atlanta offices. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Wray served from 2003 to 2005 as the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Criminal Division, having been nominated by the President and confirmed by the U.S. Senate’s unanimous consent for that position. Mr. Wray helped lead the Department’s efforts to address the wave of corporate fraud scandals and restore integrity to U.S. financial markets. He served on the President’s Corporate Fraud Task Force and oversaw the Enron Task Force and other major fraud investigations, both around the country and internationally.
As the (DOJ) Criminal Division’s head, Christopher Wray led investigations, prosecutions, and policy development in nearly all areas of federal criminal law, including securities fraud, healthcare fraud, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and trade sanctions violations, bank secrecy and money laundering offenses, public corruption, intellectual property piracy and cybercrime, and RICO. Mr. Wray was also integral to the DOJ’s response to the 9/11 attacks and played a key role in the oversight of legal and operational actions in the continuing war on terrorism. Mr. Wray first joined the DOJ’s leadership as Associate Deputy Attorney General in May 2001 and was soon appointed the Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General in September of the same year, with oversight responsibilities spanning the full Department. From 1997 to 2001, Mr. Wray served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia. As a prosecutor in Atlanta, he handled a wide variety of federal jury trials, grand jury investigations and appeals as lead counsel.
VIDEO: “Secret” FBI Sarasota Saudi 9/11 Investigation Exposed in BBC Documentary Featuring Private Investigator Bill Warner. President Trump and New FBI Boss is Christopher Wray Need to Intercede In Florida Bulldog vs DOJ & FBI Lawsuit and Order Judge Fort Lauderdale U.S. District Judge William J. Zloch to Open Files of Secret Sarasota 9/11 Investigation. The Sarasota Herald Tribune and the Miami Herald joined the Florida Bulldog in the Federal Lawsuit against the Department of Justice and the FBI concerning the 2002 Secret Sarasota Saudi investigation which compiled in excess of 80,000 pages.
My segment in the “Secret” FBI Sarasota Saudi 9/11 Investigation that is Exposed in the BBC Documentary that is entitled “9/11: Truth Lies and Conspiracies” comes in at 26:30 of the 60 minute documentary. The documentary 9/11: Truth Lies and Conspiracies Video Delves Into Activity at Party House of Saudi Abdulaziz al-Hijji 4224 Escondito Cir Sarasota Fl Where Atta and Al-Shehhi Hung Out. The chilling program features the accounts of victims’ relatives, a senior politician and people working inside the intelligence agencies at the time of 9/11 – a series of four co-ordinated terrorist attacks by the terrorist group al-Qaeda on the US.
On Monday, January 30, 2017 I posted to my blog that President Trump Needs to Intercede In Florida Bulldog vs DOJ & FBI Lawsuit and Order Judge Zloch to Open Files of Secret Sarasota 9/11 Investigation. The Sarasota Herald Tribune and the Miami Herald joined the Florida Bulldog in the Federal Lawsuit against the Department of Justice and the FBI concerning the 2002 Secret Sarasota Saudi investigation which compiled in excess of 80,000 pages. Back on April 30th 2014 the FBI has identified four more boxes of “classified” 9/11 documents held by its Tampa field office. The government, however, has yet to comply with a federal judge’s orders that it turn over, it took 2 years for FBI to give up the info what the hell?
BROWARD BULLDOG: March 1st, 2017 A Miami federal judge excoriated the FBI for what she called its “shameful” delays in making public certain records about the bureau’s 9/11 Review Commission. “It is distressing to see the length to which a private citizen must go” to obtain records under the Freedom of Information Act [FOIA],” said U.S. District Judge Cecilia Altonaga. “It’s quite shocking frankly.” The ruling put off for now an unusual FOIA trial that had been scheduled to begin next week, March 6th. “The judge has done an excellent job moving this difficult case forward irrespective of the FBI’s stall tactics,” said attorney Thomas Julin, a partner in the Miami office of the Gunster law firm who represents Florida Bulldog (Broward Bulldog). “This short delay will not put the Bulldog off the scent.” Assistant U .S. Attorney Carlos Raurell represents the government. He declined to comment.
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