And I thought that this was a slow news day - WTF???

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From Russia Today (which is actually a pretty good news source)

'Special' service: Declassified Guantanamo court filing suggests some 9/11 hijackers were CIA agents
An explosive court filing from the Guantanamo Military Commission – a court considering the cases of defendants accused of carrying out the "9/11" terrorist attacks on New York – has seemingly confirmed the unthinkable.

The document was originally published via a Guantanamo Bay court docket, but while public, it was completely redacted. Independent researchers obtained an unexpurgated copy. It is an account by the Commission’s lead investigator, DEA veteran Don Canestraro, of his personal probe of potential Saudi government involvement in the 9/11 attacks, conducted at the request of the defendants’ lawyers.

Two of the hijackers were being closely monitored by the CIA and may, wittingly or not, have been recruited by Langley long before they flew planes into the World Trade Center buildings.

Much more at the site...
So many of the public mass shooters were "known to the authorities".   Now this?
Was this a false-flag operation by the CIA to get us into WWIII or did they know and failed to alert the authorities.
The idea that a simple phone call could have saved 3K+ innocent lives.

All of the TLA's (three letter agencies) need to be defunded and have their headquarters moved to Adak, Alaska.  I have nothing against Adak but it is exceedingly remote and would be perfect.  Let them sit and stew and meditate on their unconstitutional and egregious overreach of power.

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