The most wanted terrorist in the world (now on the CIA ‘kill’ list) was once a guest of the Pentagon in its efforts to reach out to the Muslim community after 9/11. How many more Muslim terrorists are now welcome guests of the Obama Regime?
A year-long investigation by the Fox News’ specials unit has uncovered new and overwhelming evidence that the American cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki, the first U.S. citizen on the CIA’s kill or capture list, was an overlooked key player in the 9/11 plot.
New evidence strongly suggests Awlaki and his mosques on the East and West coasts were at the center of a network of helpers that enabled the 9/11 hijackers to find apartments and obtain fake ids. The contact between Awlaki and hijackers Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdar and Hani Hanjour, three of the five hijackers who flew into the Pentagon, was not casual or coincidental but rather evidence of a purposeful relationship.
“There was a high probability that they (the hijackers) had shared with Awlaki what they were planning to do,” Graham told Fox News. “The assumption was that it was a close relationship, and that Awlaki may have been one of the few, if not only people that Hazmi and Mihdhar had shared with, what they were there for and what the plot of 9/11 was going to be.” And there’s every reason to believe that those in the alleged 9/11 support network are still living in the U.S. READ MORE