In reading news headlines on the 13th of September, the first reaction of those who knew of all these connections was to ask themselves the following question: If the Bush administration were really committed to weeding out the terrorists, why would it call upon Pakistan's ISI for "help,' when the ISI was known to have supported and financed these terrorist organizations?
Two weeks later, an FBI report, which was briefly mentioned on ABC News, pointed to a "Pakistani connection" in the financing of the alleged 9/11 terrorists. The ABC report referred to a Pakistani "moneyman" and "mastermind" behind the 9/11 hijackers. That would of course be the good General Ahmad.
Subsequent reports continued to indicate and confirm that the head of Pakistan's military intelligence, General Mahmoud Ahmad, who had met General Colin Powell on the 13th of September 2001, had ordered the transfer of $100,000 to the 9/11 ringleader Mohammed Atta. Make no mistake: What these reports strongly suggest is that the head of Pakistan's military intelligence, who met with Colin Powell two days after the 9/11 attack, was not only in close contact with senior officials of the US government, but was also in cahoots with the alleged hijackers!
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