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  TruthLiesLegend

There's Something About Omar: Truth, Lies, and The Legend of 9/11

    by Chaim Kupferberg, [WWW]21 October 2003

    It was almost an afterthought. On March 1, 2003, the War On Terror had finally served up the alleged paymaster of 9/11 - a shadowy Saudi by the name of Mustafa Ahmed al-Hisawi. Yet his arrest just happened to coincide with the capture of a much bigger fish - the reported 9/11 mastermind himself, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed - thus relegating Mustafa Ahmed to the footnote section of the "official" 9/11 Legend. But there was another, more explosive side to this tale. Only seventeen months before, a former London schoolboy by the name of Omar Saeed Sheikh was first exposed as the 9/11 paymaster, acting under the authority of a Pakistani general who was in Washington D.C. on September 11, meeting with the very two lawmakers who would subsequently preside over the "official" 9/11 congressional inquiry. Omar Saeed, as reported back then by CNN, was acting under the alias of...Mustafa Ahmed. So where is Omar now? Sitting in a Pakistani prison, awaiting his execution for the kidnapping of Daniel Pearl - while another man fills the shoes of his pseudonym. What follows is a reconstruction of one of the most extensive disinformation campaigns in history, and the chronicle of a legend that may now shine a devastating spotlight on some of the cliques behind 9/11 - and the FBI Director covering the paper trails.

  1. There's Something About Omar TruthLiesOmar
  2. Enter Daniel Pearl TruthLiesPearl
  3. Flashback: Assembling The Legend TruthLiesFlashback
  4. Assembling The 9/11 Counter-Legends (or, Stacking Your Patsies) TruthLiesPatsies
  5. Securing The Plot - The Lead-Up To 9/11 TruthLiesPlot
  6. Backdrop - Detecting The Puppet Masters TruthLiesBackdrop
  7. Polishing The Legend: A New 9/11 Mastermind TruthLiesPolishing
  8. The Summer 2002 Marketing Plan: TruthLiesMarketing
  9. End Game: Arresting The Paymaster(s) TruthLiesEndgame
  10. Postscript: TruthLiesPostscript


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Chaim Kupferberg's articles were also published in print form in Global Outlook Magazine (athttp://www.globalresearch.ca/globaloutlook/GOISSUE5.html).

Chaim Kupferberg is a freelance researcher, writer and frequent CRG contributor. Copyright Chaim Kupferberg 2003.

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