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    Declassified docs show Anwar Al Alawqi ID'd as potential terrorist BEFORE speaking at Pentagon

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-r...agon-luncheon/

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) revealing that the agency had warned agents who spotted U.S.-born al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Aulaqi to “approach with caution” the day before he spoke as an invited guest at a Pentagon luncheon. The documents also reveal that the FBI proposed prosecuting al-Aulaqi in 2001 and 2002 on charges stemming from the Imam’s spending a total of $2,320 for seven documented encounters with high-priced Washington, D.C., prostitutes.

    The documents were obtained by Judicial Watch pursuant to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the FBI and the Department of State seeking records related to the al-Qaeda leader killed in a CIA-led U.S. drone attack.

    Specific revelations contained in the newly released documents include the following:

    The FBI had already identified al-Aulaqi as a dangerous terrorist when he was invited to speak at a Pentagon luncheon.
    The documents obtained from the FBI include a computer database record showing that an FBI employee searching for al-Aulaqi’s criminal history on February 4, 2002 – the day before al-Aulaqi spoke as an invited guest at a Pentagon luncheon – retrieved information identifying al-Aulaqi as a “terrorist organization member” and containing the following alert: “Warning – approach with caution . . . Do not alert the individual to the FBI’s interest and contact your local FBI field office at the earliest opportunity.” [Emphasis added.]

    Al-Aulaqi spent thousands of dollars patronizing prostitutes on several occasions in 2001 and 2002, and the FBI proposed prosecuting him on charges related to that activity.
    The FBI records include a June 4, 2002, memorandum from Assistant FBI Director Pasquale D’Amuro to Office of Intelligence Policy and Review Counsel James A. Baker documenting al-Aulaqi’s use of prostitutes in the Washington, DC area on at least 7 occasions between November 5, 2001 and February 4, 2002 (the day before his speech at the Pentagon). The detailed memorandum seeks Bureau approval for the prosecution of al-Aulaqi for prostitution-related charges and notes that al-Aulaqi spent a total of $2,320 for the encounters. [Emphasis added.] In addition, FBI surveillance reports indicate that al-Aulaqi sought and/or engaged the services of a prostitute on at least four more occasions in January 2002.

    Al-Aulaqi’s doctoral education was financed by the World Bank and supported by the Government of Yemen.
    The documents include a July 12, 2000 letter from the Center for International Programs at New Mexico State University (where al-Aulaqi received his Master’s degree) confirming that he was, “sponsored for a Ph.D. degree under the auspices of a World Bank Community College Project in Yemen. This project will pay for Mr. al-Aulaqi’s tuition and fees, books, health insurance, and living costs while he is pursuing a Ph.D. degree program.”

    The FBI was investigating al-Aulaqi’s links to terrorism as early as 1999.
    The records include a previously Secret memorandum dated June 15, 1999 from the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s San Diego office to the FBI Director requesting that the Bureau open a counterterrorism investigation into al-Aulaqi. As part of this investigation, agents conducted surveillance of his home and at the al-Ribat mosque in San Diego where he served as Imam more than two years before the 9/11 attacks.


    And the way MSNBC reported the story?

    FBI surveillance reveals terrorist-linked cleric Anwar al-Awlaki had a taste for pizza and call girls

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/investig...-jet-v19254842
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    He quite possibly was an FBI asset for a time (or he was being extorted to do things at the behest of the bureau).

    Did you hear that the CIA found him a wife while he was on the run in Yemen, JM?

    Paid $250,000 to Morten Storm, untold millions in the operation. Some truly ridiculous $#@!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcchiefs6465 View Post
    He quite possibly was an FBI asset for a time (or he was being extorted to do things at the behest of the bureau).

    Did you hear that the CIA found him a wife while he was on the run in Yemen, JM?

    Paid $250,000 to Morten Storm, untold millions in the operation. Some truly ridiculous $#@!.
    I didn't know about that. Thanks! I wonder why they ultimately killed him?

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/17/wo...-morten-storm/

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/16/wo...storm-excerpt/
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    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmdrake View Post
    I didn't know about that. Thanks! I wonder why they ultimately killed him?

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/17/wo...-morten-storm/

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/16/wo...storm-excerpt/
    He was writing some things that were inconvenient (yet still protected speech) about the USG. The Yemeni [puppet] government, under pressure from Washington, arrested him and put him in prison for a couple of years (the USG stated they wanted people to forget about Al Awlaki and wanted Yemen to hold him for five years or so on charges they knew were false). The Awlaki clan holds power in Shabwa. The government of Yemen had to release him or face a hell of a lot of backlash, possibly leading to it being overthrown. Once released his writings became more radical. What ultimately led to the death warrant being placed on his head was his blog post justifying the Ft. Hood shooting. They attempted to kill him a couple of times (some ten, before they did kill him) and he went underground. His family, well respected in Yemen as well as here, petitioned the government to offer a list of charges so that Anwar Al Awlaki would know what he was facing. They asked how he is to surrender when he doesn't know who to surrender to.

    The petitions were ignored.

    After a few errant strikes, the CIA was convinced of a gentleman named Morten Storm through Denmark's intelligence agency, the PET. He was an old friend of Al Awlaki and said that he could get in contact with him. He did and Al Awlaki stated he was lonely. The CIA, through Facebook, created a page searching for a wife for Anwar. Their intention was to bug or track the woman to Al Awlaki and blow them both up in a drone missile strike. They found a suitable wife who after the two talked, had agreed to live with him while he was on the run. The CIA bought her Louis Vuitton luggage which they bugged. Once she was in Sana'a, the capital of Yemen, she was stripped of everything she brought. The CIA lost track of her and she ended up birthing his child while he was on the run.

    Morten Storm was paid $250,000 for his participation. The suitcase given to him, by CIA agents, had a combination code. The code was '007.'

    Looking into the life of Anwar Awlaki one can find some peculiar things. Him speaking at the Pentagon being one of them. After 9/11 the FBI was entrapping, spying upon, and extorting Muslims from around the country. It is quite possible that he was, in some regard, a FBI asset at some point.

    Jeremy Scahill did an excellent job detailing the Awlaki family in his book, Dirty Wars.

    The documentary based on the book is worth the watch (also titled Dirty Wars). Scahill is truly an encyclopedia.

    Here's a speech he gave touching on some of the subject matter. His book details everything from the rise of Al Shabaab, the abuses in Pakistan and Afghanistan, the puppet dictatorship of Yemen... I mean.. I can't recommend it enough.

    Last edited by kcchiefs6465; 12-26-2014 at 10:43 AM.
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    Amerika. Willing to go to war over a terrorist attack. Won't call for the heads of the intelligence community that let said terrorist attack slip through their fingers. Not a single firing. Just lateral shifts and pay raises across the board.

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