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CNN Reports Beheaded American

Connected to 9/11 Terrorist Suspect

 


Excerpt:


WEST CHESTER, Pennsylvania (CNN) -- When Nicholas Berg took an Oklahoma bus to a remote college campus a few years ago, the American recently beheaded by terrorists allowed a man with terrorist connections to use his laptop computer. Government sources told CNN that the encounter involved an acquaintance of Zacarias Moussaoui -- the only person publicly charged in the United States in connection with the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.



http://www.cnn.com/2004/US/Northeast/05/13/berg.encounter/

 

 

Full Text of CNN Article:

 

Berg's encounter with 'terrorist' revealed


WEST CHESTER, Pennsylvania (CNN) -- When Nicholas Berg took an Oklahoma bus to a remote college campus a few years ago, the American recently beheaded by terrorists allowed a man with terrorist connections to use his laptop computer, according to his father.

Michael Berg said the FBI investigated the matter more than a year ago. He stressed that his son was in no way connected to the terrorists who captured and killed him.

Government sources told CNN that the encounter involved an acquaintance of Zacarias Moussaoui -- the only person publicly charged in the United States in connection with the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.

According to Berg, his son was taking a course a few years ago at a remote campus of the University of Oklahoma near an airport. He described how on one particular day, his son met "some terrorist people -- who no one knew were terrorists at the time."

At one point during the bus ride, Berg said, the man sitting next to his son asked if he could use Nick's laptop computer.

"It turned out this guy was a terrorist and that he, you know, used my son's e-mail, amongst many other people's e-mail who he did the same thing to," Berg said.

Government sources said Berg gave the man his password, which was later used by Moussaoui, the sources said.

The sources said the man who used Berg's e-mail knew Moussaoui, now awaiting trial on federal charges that could bring a death sentence. But the sources would not disclose details of how the men were connected.

Moussaoui, 36, was arrested in August 2001 after he aroused suspicion at a Minnesota flight school when he arrived for 747 simulator training without holding a pilot's license. A French national of Moroccan descent, Moussaoui has admitted in open court that he belonged to al Qaeda, the radical Islamic group behind the September 11 attacks, which killed nearly 3,000 people.

But Moussaoui has fiercely denied being involved in the September 11 plot, and the prosecutors' theory of his role has shifted from being a possible 20th hijacker that day to possibly piloting a fifth hijacked jetliner targeting the White House.

Berg said his son cooperated fully with an FBI investigation into the matter.

"He was happy to cooperate, and that was never an issue," he said. He emphasized that the individual was not a friend of his son's or even an acquaintance -- "just a guy sitting next to him on the bus."

"Whoever was next to my son was treated with great respect and friendship. Like I said, he knew no dangers from people. The FBI were satisfied with that."

CNN Justice correspondent Kelli Arena contributed to this report.


The Terror Watch
A chronology of events leading up to 9/11
by Jim Crogan

Reported in LA Weekly (link below)

* 1999: Ihab Mahammed Ali, an al Qaeda member arrested in Orlando, Florida,
and later named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings
in Africa, is called before a grand jury. He denies participation in bin Laden's network
and is charged with perjury. The FBI learns that Ali had obtained flight training at the
Airman Flight School in Norman, Oklahoma.
Ali became al Qaeda's first pilot.
Accused September 11 terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui also took flight lessons at
the Airman school.

FULL STORY:
http://www.laweekly.com/ink/02/27/news-crogan.php

BOTH BERG AND MOUSSAOUI ATTENDED AIRMAN FLIGHT SCHOOL:

The Airman Flight School is centrally located in Norman, Oklahoma, and only
minutes away from Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City. Norman is
the home to the University of Oklahoma; its residents enjoy all the
conveniences of a major metropolitan area.
http://www.airmanflightschool.com/#lodge

 

For more fascinating information on this in Australia's top newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald:

http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/05/28/1085641717320.html

 

And in the New York Daily News:

http://www.nydailynews.com/front/story/193331p-166984c.html


 

Fred here. Please note that there allegedly were 19 hijackers who carried out the 9/11 attacks. This would have required a large system of support, yet only two people in the whole world have ever been charged with complicity. Does that make sense? Are our intelligence services that weak that they can't find and charge more people involved? One of those charged is a man in Germany who the German courts have recently released as US intelligence services were unwilling to surrender incriminating documents they claimed to have for the trial. The other man is Moussaoui, an "acquaintance" of the guy Berg sat next to on the bus.

 

Isn't it strange that the American beheaded in Iraq just happened to be connected to Moussaoui? And that they both went to the same flight school? If this sounds bizarre to you, I invite you to read our mind control summaries carefully at www.WantToKnow.info/mindcontrol10pg. I highly suspect that these individuals are manipulated by the intelligence services using mind control techniques that were perfected 50 years ago. I have lots of evidence to support this. I am thrilled that this information is finally getting out. Please help to spread the word by sharing this with anyone you think is ready for this kind of information. You take care and have a great day!

 

With very best wishes,

Fred

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