Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Latest Underwear Bomber Was CIA Informant

Brit Dee, Contributor
Activist Post

A report coming out of the Los Angeles Times and citing US and Yemeni officials appears to confirm widely-voiced suspicions that the latest supposed "underwear bomb" plot was little more than a contrived threat - the potential Al Qaeda bomber was actually, it seems, a CIA informant.

The LA Times reports how the informant, working under the direction of Saudi Arabian intelligence and the CIA, posed as a would-be suicide bomber in an attempt to persuade Yemeni bombmakers to provide him with a "new kind of non-metallic bomb that the militants were designing to easily pass through airport security".

The double agent instead arranged for the explosive device to be delivered to US intelligence agents in Yemen, and he is now out of the country and being debriefed. The bomb is reportedly currently being analysed at an FBI laboratory.

Yet again the scepticism of the alternative media - including ResistRadio.com - towards another apparent terror plot, appears to have been wholly justified.

This article first appeared at Resistance Radio

Brit Dee runs an independent online radio station called Resistance Radio, which broadcasts daily news, views and analysis challenging the lies of our corrupt political and financial leaders, and the controlled corporate media, at http://www.resistradio.com



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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Google's "Blogger" is a CIA informant. What's new here?

howardtlewisiiiffy said...

al CIAda.

Anonymous said...

I recognize that underwear bomber guy - he does kid's parties on the weekend.

Jura said...

Don't you think that the script here is that the media got wind of the fact that he was a CIA asset and pre-emptively spun it that he was an informant - thus making it look like they had been betrayed rather than exposed.

Anonymous said...

Did you read between the lines?


"new kind of non-metallic bomb that the militants were designing to easily pass through airport security"

Seems "they're" geting ready for
internal examinations" on passengers.

Anonymous said...

Didn't the State Department recently declare the War on Terror to be over? This is becoming rather humorous.

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