CLINTON WHITE HOUSE LAWYERS denied military intelligence officers permission to give information about 9/11 terrorist leader Mohammed Atta to the FBI
So, the Clinton administration and its lawyers had this information two years prior to the 9/11 attacks and made a conscious decision to not only do nothing about it, but to deny allowing the F.B.I. to have access to the information about these terrorists who were on American soil.
No proof has been provided that Mohammed Atta had either a "visa" or a "green card"---and even if he did have legitimate documents, they could have been revoked. Since the Clinton lawyers said Atta had either one or the other.... it appears they didn't know what Atta had, if anything, that justified his remaining in the U.S.
The Able Danger intel officers asked permission several times to be allowed to provide the F.B.I. intel on Mohammed Atta and 3 other terrorists. This was denied. All four of these terrorists were involved in the 9/11 terrorist hijackings and attacks on the World Trade Center twin towers and the Pentagon. Or they were on the fourth hijacked plane went down in Pennsylvania---on its way to Washington, D.C.
This information came out in a Sean Hannity interview of U. S. House of Representatives member Curt Weldon today on Hannity's WABC radio show.
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"A year before the 9/11 attacks, lawyers at the Clinton White House told a group military intelligence officers that information they had developed on 9/11 ringleader Mohamed Atta could not be shared with the FBI, saying of Atta himself: "You can't even touch him - it doesn't matter what information you have."
Rep. Curt Weldon, who helped develop the military intelligence group code-named "Able Danger," delivered the bombshell revelation in an interview Thursday with WABC Radio host Sean Hannity.
WELDON: In September of 2000 we tried on three occasions to take the information we had developed and pass it along to the FBI so they could follow up and take action against this [al Qaeda] cell and perhaps bring in Atta and question him and do whatever else was necessary.
Three times we were turned down by lawyers in the administration.
HANNITY: We're talking about lawyers in the Clinton administration?
WELDON: Yes, it was the Clinton administration. Lawyers said there were two reasons why you can't do that. And they even put stickies over the face of Mohamed Atta on this chart they had. They said, "He's here legally. He's either got a green card or he's got a visa. So you can't even touch him - it doesn't matter what information you have...."
Moments later, Weldon said he was determined to find out who it was who ultimately gave the order to protect the lead 9/11 hijacker.
WELDON: The American people need to have answers. They need to have answers about who made the decision to stop our military intelligence from sharing information with the FBI, and how high up the ladder that went...."