Sunday, February 27, 2011

Kurt Haskell Alleges Underwear Bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab A Government Plant Provided With Bogus Explosives; TSA Gropefest May Be A Complete Farce

Remember the underwear bomber? In case not, on December 25th, 2009, Nigerian citizen Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab attempted to detonate plastic explosives hidden in his underwear while on board Northwest Airlines Flight 253, en route from Amsterdam to Detroit, Michigan.

Now, The Right Perspective is reporting that two Detroit attorneys, Kurt and Lori Haskell, claim the foiled terrorist plot of the accused underwear bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, was an American government operation intended to further the Patriot Act, increase funding for Homeland Security and the TSA, and to keep intensity up for the War on Terror. The Haskells were lining up to board Flight 253 in Amsterdam, and Kurt told his story to Fox 2 Detroit back on January 27th, 2011. Video embedded below:



Much more information has been provided by the Daily Tea Party back on January 26th. Mlive.com published an even more coherent account on December 30th, 2009. In addition, Kurt Haskell also posted about the case on his personal blog back on December 25th, 2010. Haskell and his wife were sitting on the ground near their boarding gate in Amsterdam when they saw Abdulmutallab approach the gate with an unidentified man. While the unidentified man was dressed in an expensive suit, Abdulmutallab was poorly dressed. The suited man asked ticket agents whether Abdulmutallab could board without a passport, saying "He’s from Sudan and we do this all the time.”

Although Abdulmutallab is Nigerian, Haskell said the well-dressed man portrayed him as a desperate Sudanese refugee in an attempt to elicit sympathy and as a way of bypassing his lack of documents. According to Haskell, the ticket agent referred Abdulmutallab and his companion to her manager down the hall, and Haskell didn’t see Abdulmutallab again until after he allegedly tried to detonate an explosive on the plane 10 minutes before its scheduled arrival in Detroit. But instead of exploding, it merely started a fire, which spread up the wall all the way to ceiling until a flight attendant extinguished it. As Abdulmutallab was being led out of the plane in handcuffs, Haskell said he realized that was the same man he saw trying to board the plane in Amsterdam. There's also an alleged accomplice, of whom nothing has been heard since the incident.

Fast forward to January 26th, 2011. Daily Tea Party reports that Truth Squad spoke with Kurt Haskell on January 25th via Skype interview following a pre-trial conference for Abdulmutallab. Kurt had some interesting revelations regarding Umar and the implications of his defense. Haskell reported that Judge Edmunds and many others present in the courtroom feared the prospect of Umar representing himself, and the implication that there would be no attorney/client privilege to protect case information. Third parties could sue to access the documents contained in his file. Umar has requested the federal defender turn over his complete file which contains expert testimony that may prove that the “underwear bomb” was a dud. Is the judge concerned with a terrorist being subject to civil suits by his victims, or is her concern that certain information will be made public record? Perhaps Edmunds and others are seeking to protect information relating to how Umar acquired the explosive materials and who escorted him on the plane with no passport?

Kurt Haskell suggests that Abdulmutallab’s behavior is consistent with one who has figured out that he is being used to further the agenda of the Federal Government, and refuses to trust anyone but himself for his defense. After conversations with Umar's standby attorney Anthony Chambers, Haskell believes that the feds provided Umar with the plastic explosives sans a detonation device which according to testimony by military explosives experts would burn and not explode.



Of course, it was six months after the so-called "underwear bombing" that hard-line former FBI agent John Pistole was summoned to take charge of the Transportation Security Agency on July 10th 2010, after which he suddenly instituted the series of more intrusive and invasive passenger screening methods, including enhanced pat-downs, which have triggered such an outcry of protest. It would also explain why Pistole and other officials, including Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, are so determined to circle the wagons on this issue and refuse to concede even an inch. If Haskell's story is verified during Abdulmuttab's trial which is slated to begin on October 4th, 2011, some people are likely to not only lose their jobs, but perhaps go to jail as well.

Just think -- Sharon Cissna and thousands of other innocent victims may have been groped and fondled by TSA agents simply because of a deliberate Federal provocation.

5 comments:

  1. Oh, When the muds ... go crawling in, Oh when the slime goes oozing in,
    Lord, I will want to oil my shot gun, When the muds go crawling in.
    Oh, When the muds ... go crawling in, Oh when the crud goes flushing in,
    I will meet them all at the border, When the muds go crawling in.

    Oh, When the muds ... go crawling in, Oh when the muds go crawling in,
    We will be in line for that show down, When the muds go crawling in.

    (If you don't know the tune to this, then shame on you.)

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  2. Suppose we run out of oil. Why not fall back on those German patents which ZOG stole in 1945? Germany was synthesizing gasoline from coal at the time and the "experts" all tell us that we have enough coal for at least 6,000,000 more years, give or take a few holocausts.

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  3. HIGHER STANDARDS are UNFAIR if some people cannot meet them. That's the latest pronouncement from the red National Education Association.

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  4. A fellow goes to Las Vegas and loses his shirt. He was heard to say he'd return so he could "win it all back." This reminds me of the local yokels who voted away their country and now think that voting will win it back.

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  5. Domestic incompetence is doing more damage to this society than any batch of "terrorists" ever could.

    Ten cripples do not make one gladiator.

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