Nor Cal Truth April, 2010
Update #1 – I have tried to introduce with why I see this as an important development in the story of 9/11 due to conversations with friends of mine. Though it is really late at night now for me to try to write, here it goes:
There are only a few that know what is happening behind the smoke and mirrors. The fact that not even the members of Al Qaeda expected the towers to fall might say a lot. The towers did not fall from fire, we know that. The towers did not fall from the planes, we know that too. Building 7 is only emphasis of these facts.
The CIA has detainees that are surprised at the towers collapse on 9/11.
Infact the world was surprised that the towers fell, not just Al Qaeda,
Ultimately al Qaeda was never in full control of the operation known as 9/11.
The concept of a building the size of WTC 1 or 2 being turned to pieces by a plane’s impact could not possibly be in the mind of a hijacker: It is not possible. Did the USS Cole sink? Our defense being another issue altogether, everyone knows there were plenty of warnings to intelligence agencies – so Al Qaeda never fooled anyone, really
So there they are, sitting in jail cells illegally – the dupes and the duped, unknowingly grunts of a front organization, bewildered, just as all of the world was on 9/11/01, as to how the towers fell.
Osama bin Laden had no idea the U.S. would hit al-Qaeda as hard as it has since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, a former bin Laden associate tells WTOP in an exclusive interview.
“I’m 100 percent sure they had no clue about what was going to happen,” says Noman Benotman, who was head of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group in the summer of 2000.
Benotman’s assessment is backed up by a former Central Intelligence Agency officer, who was active in the fight against al-Qaeda. The officer, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, says “several captured terrorists have said publicly that al-Qaeda never expected the towers to fall. Their goal was to frighten people and impact the U.S. economy, so they really didn’t plan for the massive response the U.S. launched.”
Benotman attributes al-Qaeda’s overconfident attitude to the United States’ response to (alleged) al-Qaeda attacks on its embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in 1998.
Zawahiri, according to Benotman, expected only a missile attack.
“When they attacked the embassies in East Africa, they estimated the U.S. launched 75 cruise missiles and eight people got killed. So they said this time, maybe they will launch 200 and they laughed about this.”
more at original source.
I wonder, does “Al Qaeda” even know about building #7?
The quoted material is taken from WTOP in D.C.. The author was J.J. Green, who started to work for WTOP on March 11, 2004 – the same day as the Madrid train bombings. He hosts the weekly program “The Hunt for Osama Bin Laden and the War on Terror,” and is labeled as the WTOP National Security Correspondent. I have not heard his show but I found a link for it here at another radio program that he is a National Security correspondent for.