More revelations emerge that Bush administration is protecting Osama Bin Laden.
Intelligence sources are reporting that reports that Osama Bin Laden
is seriously ill and requires medical attention are part of a neo-con disinformation
campaign to divert attention away from the fact that the crafty "Al Qaeda"
leader is never far away from his ex-U.S. Air Force T-39 twin engine Sabreliner,
bought in 1993 from the Davis Monthan Air Force Base "boneyard" outside
of Tucson, Arizona. The plane was purchased for $200,000 by Essam al
Ridi to be used to ship missiles between Bin Laden's home base of Sudan and
Pakistan. French intelligence documents show that in 1993 Bin Laden was still
under "operational control" of U.S. and British intelligence. Furthermore,
the plane sale was made to Bin Laden after National Security Agency intercepts
of the Sudanese mission to the U.N. proved that two Sudanese diplomats were
working with Bin Laden to bomb the World Trade Center in 1993.
The Three Amigos: More details of Bin Laden and his U.S.-provided plane
Bin Laden's Sabreliner was, according to an ex-CIA source, retrofitted at an ex-CIA
base in Marana, Arizona by Evergreen International, an airline company with close
ties to the CIA. Evergreen currently operates the base as the "Evergreen
Bin Laden's Sabreliner is now reportedly secretly stashed at a Pakistani military
airbase, which means that Bin Laden is in Pakistan with the knowledge of President
Pervez Musharraf (and likely his close "ally" George W. Bush). The
ex-CIA source also revealed that, as the late British Foreign Secretary Robin
Cook revealed shortly before his untimely death, "Al Qaeda" is nothing
more than a CIA list of arms dealers, mercenaries, drug dealers, and terrorists
used by the United States and the Saudis in the Mujaheddin war against the USSR.
One of the most notorious heroin and cocaine dealers was Mohammed Atta, the
lead 911 hijacker and someone frequently used as a prized and reliable courier
by U.S., British, and Saudi intelligence.