Skip to comments.9/11: Bin Laden Admitted 9/11 IN ADVANCE -- 3 weeks bfore 9/11, unprecedented attacks on USA
Posted on 09/14/2009 8:09:32 AM PDT by Moseley
Osama Bin Laden PRE-ANNOUNCED the 9/11 attacks 3 weeks in advance, promosing "unprecedented attacks" on the US 3 weeks before 9/11.
This is reported at the end of this clip from ABC News, local Channel 7 from Washington, DC, broadcast on the evening of 9/11 2001.
Osama Bin Laden promised that Al Qaeda would attack the US in an unprecedented way BEFORE it happened.
Not only has Al Qaeda repeatedly and proudly admitted that Al Qaeda planned, funded, and executed the 9/11 attacks on the United States, but Osama Bin Laden announced (admitted) the 9/11 attacks 3 weeks in advance, BEFORE it happened.
Also note that the day before 9/11, Bin Laden and his team broke camp and headed for the hills to hide. They did not live in caves. They lived in sprawling, sophisticated training camps and operational camps, under the protection of the Afghanistan government, and with the help of the Afghanistan government and the Pakistan intelligence agency ISI.
It was only the day before 9/11 that Al Qaeda went into hiding. HOW DID THEY KNOW the day before 9/11 to go hide in the mountains?
After it became clear that George Bush would take serious actons, not just a slap on the wrist, Bin Laden and the Taliban denied involvement in 9/11 for about 2 months. They tried to talk the USA and world community OUT of an attack on the USA.
However, once the coalition of nations invaded to liberate Afghanistan, Bin Laden and Al Qaeda dropped that attempt, and proudly admitted that they attacked the USA on 9/11
Of course the black box was found I remember hearing them. And I figured that passport photo above was photo shopped.
We already went through that judicial inquiry, remember.
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