Padilla Case Further Reveals Fallacy Of Al Qaeda And US War On Terror

Steve Watson | November 25 2005

The London Guardian is today reporting that the Bush administration decided not to charge Jose Padilla with planning to detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb" in a US city because the evidence against him was extracted using torture on members of Al Qaeda.

Padilla is A Citizen of the US who has been held under the controversial "Enemy Combatant" Status written into law under the PATRIOT Act. He was indicted on Tuesday on lesser charges of supporting terrorism abroad.

The Neocons had used his case as fearmongering of the continued threat posed by Al Qaeda on American soil.

According to sources within the government, the evidence for the dirty bomb scenario had emerged from the torturing by the CIA of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, believed to be the mastermind of the September 11 attacks, and Abu Zubaydah, a leading Al Qaeda recruiter.

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has been blamed for everything from 9/11 to the WTC '93 attacks to the murder of Journalist Daniel Pearle. When he was captured the media reported on it as a possible CIA and ISI propaganda op, the timing was so convenient, just as the Iraq war was warming up.

In Fact there are still lingering doubts over whether or not Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has been captured AT ALL.

Mohammed was a known CIA asset in the eighties and was used as a go between during the CIA-funded Afghan "jihad" against the occupying Soviets.

To date, we have not seen a single picture of any of these so-called high profile operatives that have allegedly been arrested. We have never seen Abu Zubaydah, said to be Osama Bin Laden's Operations Chief, allegedly captured March 28, 2002, either during his arrest or in captivity. Contradictory reports at the time countered that Zubaydah died in the raid.

Both Mohammed and Zubaydah have been dubbed "ghost detainees"

Now is it just possible that the reason Padilla cannot be charged with the dirty bomb claims is because defence lawyers would naturally call for the witness testimonies of both Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Abu Zubaydah? This would mean that the CIA would have to reveal their phantom prisoners to the world, perhaps something that they cannot do because they never had them in the first instance.

We have previously reported on the many fake terror arrests including that of Hambali, the so called most wanted man in Asia and Ramzi Bin Al-Shibah whose capture was another public relations ploy.

The most revealing fake arrest was that of the "Al Qaeda number three man" Abu Faraj Al Libbi, who turned out to be a pure nobody with a similar name. The London Times described him as among the flotsam jetsam of the organization.

Al Libbi is spelt L I B B I and the real Mr. Al Libby is spelt L I B B Y – so on the basis of a misspelt name this flotsam jetsam becomes Al-Qaeda number three, becomes a justification that the war on terror is real in the first place, becomes justification that Bush is winning the war on terror and that sacrificing our rights is working, becomes justification for renewing the Patriot Act and becomes part of the script they’re working on for when they capture their friend Osama.

And of course there is also the infamous leader of "Al Qaeda in Iraq" Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who has been described as a US created myth by top terror experts.



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