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The Real Reason the CIA Destroyed Interrogation Tapes

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The Real reason for the Destruction of CIA Tapes

Why is the MSM covering this story? To put the proper spin on it of course! MSM:"The CIA destroyed the tapes because it showed torture." Thats the spin. It's a lie! A Smokescreen! Guess what? Everyone knows they torture. They were even told they had the authority. MSM:"uhhhh....OH, they destroyed the tapes because they didn't want the interrogators to be identified". I'm not even going to respond to that, let's just say, I've seen scum on the show Cops on video that I couldn't identify. No...they wont tell you the REAL reason these tapes were destroyed.

But I will.

Guess why they torture? To get information. What information did they get? THATS WHY THEY WERE DESTROYED. It's what is on the tapes. They were kept from the commission and they were destroyed, because of the information the person gave on tape. Now do you really think that if MR Al Qaida Abu Zubaydah gave testimony on tape that the President of the United States Mr George W Bush, helped the people who carried out 9/11 escape justice that they would not destroy it? Of course they would. That is what is on the tape. You see 9/11 was carried out by mossad, US Intelligence, Saudi Intelligence and Pakistani Intelligence. And Zubadah spills the beans.

Posner elaborates in startling detail how U.S. interrogators used drugs, an unnamed "quick-on, quick-off" painkiller and Sodium Pentothal, the old movie truth serum, in a chemical version of reward and punishment to make Zubaydah talk.He reeled off telephone numbers for a senior member of the royal family who would, said Zubaydah, "tell you what to do." The man at the other end would be Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, a Westernized nephew of King Fahd's. 

When the fake inquisitors accused Zubaydah of lying, he responded with a 10-minute monologue laying out the Saudi-Pakistani-bin Laden triangle. Zubaydah, writes Posner, said the Saudi connection ran through Prince Turki al-Faisal bin Abdul Aziz, the kingdom's longtime intelligence chief. Zubaydah said bin Laden "personally" told him of a 1991 meeting at which Turki agreed to let bin Laden leave Saudi Arabia and to provide him with secret funds.  Zubaydah told interrogators bin Laden said the arrangement was "blessed by the Saudis."  Those three Saudi princes all perished within days of one another. On July 22, 2002, Prince Ahmed was felled by a heart attack at age 43. One day later Prince Sultan bin Faisal bin Turki al-Saud, 41, was killed in what was called a high-speed car accident. The last member of the trio, Prince Fahd bin Turki bin Saud al-Kabir, officially "died of thirst" while traveling east of Riyadh one week later. And seven months after that, Mushaf Ali Mir, by then Pakistan's Air Marshal, perished in a plane crash in clear weather over the unruly North-West Frontier province, along with his wife and closest confidants.

Now let's take a closer look at the first Saudi official Zubadah claims is his boss and gives the phone number out as proof. It is Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, who BTW is the leader of the group of Saudi Arabians that President George W Bush let escape from the U.S. as the 9/11 terrorist attacks were over.

Remember the flights of the Bin laden family and Saudi Arabians that flew out of the U.S. when the rest of us unwashed couldn't fly?  Abu Zubaydahs' boss was the leader of them and he said that on tape. BYE BYE TAPE. Here is the FBI report of the Saudi flights that Bin Laden himself may have chartered according to the report and there on page 11/224 is the man Zubadah fingered as his boss and who they describe as the leader of this group, Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz.
No, they don't want you to know this. And as further proof here is the memo Philip Zelikow sent just a few days(Dec 13 2007) and on page 6 states:

Late in its investigation, reacting to press allegations that Abu Zubaydah had
referred to a Saudi prince in his interrogations, the Commission asked “what
information does the CIA have” about whether such assertions were made in
Zubaydah’s interrogations. (CIA Question for the Record No. 3, dated May
20, 2004). We knew the CIA believed this was untrue but we asked the
question formally to get any relevant information for the record. We cannot
find a record of a CIA response.source:

The reason the tapes were destroyed is not because it shows torture, it's because of what we've been saying all along. 9/11 was an inside job. Bin Laden is Saudi Intelligence. 9/11 was carried out by the intelligence agencies of the NWO. It's on tape! Of course it will be destroyed!
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