What a price that would be:Â The Third Man
Author of book on OKC bombing says Muslim arrested in Massachusetts was with Tim McVeigh before the attack
“His age, his name, the picture, the mug shot, that’s him.”
AndÂ Pamela Geller hasÂ this: “Documents obtained by The Associated Press show that our government was warned that Islamic terrorists were planning attacks on American federal buildings around the time of the Oklahoma City bombing. The Clinton administration even stepped up security around such buildings.”
What will Islamic supremacist whiners like Keith Ellison do if their favorite non-Muslim terrorist, Tim McVeigh, turns out to have working in league with Islamic jihadists? Ignore it and keep lying, I would expect.
“Author links man arrested in Quincy to the subject of her book on Oklahoma City bombing,” fromÂ The Patriot Ledger, March 10 via JW:
QUINCY â€” The author of a book on the Oklahoma City bombing says a homeless man arrested in Quincy on Wednesday is the same man identified by several witnesses to the bombing as having been with Timothy McVeigh before the deadly attack.But an FBI spokesman, Greg Comcowich, said a man named Hussain Al-Hussaini was “thoroughly investigated” and “found to not have any role whatsoever in the attack on the Murrah Federal Building in 1995.”
Comcowich did confirm that a man named Hussain Al-Hussaini had been seen with McVeigh prior to the bombing.
Quincy Police on Thursday spoke with the author and notified the FBI of the arrest of Al-Hussaini for slashing a man’s face with a beer bottle.
Capt. John Dougan said the man arrested in Quincy on Wednesday has the same name as a man featured prominently in the 2004 book “The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing.”
Both Dougan and the author of the Oklahoma City book said the man arrested in Quincy also has a tattoo on his arm that matches the description of one on the arm of the man in the book.
“His age, his name, the picture, the mug shot, that’s him,” the author of “The Third Terrorist,” Jayna Davis, told The Patriot Ledger in a telephone interview.
Davis said she saw the Al-Hussaini she wrote about during depositions for a libel suit he brought against her.
Davis said the Al-Hussaini she wrote about is a former Iraqi solider who was seen with McVeigh in the weeks before Oklahoma City and on April 19, 1995, the day of the bombing, which killed 168 people.
McVeigh was executed for his role in the bombing. The Al-Hussaini seen with him was never charged.
The Al-Hussaini arrested by the Quincy police is 45 years old and is being held on $500 bail on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. He is also being held for a probation violation….
FromÂ Jayna Davis’ website:
“The most incriminating testimony centers around former Iraqi soldier, Hussain Al-Hussaini, whom witnesses place in the company of bomber Timothy McVeigh prior to the blast, seated in the passenger seat of the Ryder truck the morning of April 19, exiting that truck at ground zero, and speeding away from the bomb site in the only getaway vehicle targeted by the FBI in an all-points-bulletin for Middle Eastern suspects. Al-Hussaini has been unable to establish his whereabouts for the critical hours of that fateful morning, and more glaringly, the Justice Department has declined to officially exonerate him of suspicion.
Deconstructing the murky past of the accused paves a trail of clues leading from the plains of Oklahoma to the sands of Iraq. Hussain Al-Hussaini, a self-professed insurrectionist, told the press that he had been imprisoned for publicly criticizing the Butcher of Baghdad. But Al-Hussaini’s woeful tale of “persecution” under the tyrannical reign of ousted Iraqi despot, Saddam Hussein, does not stand up to scrutiny.
Was the Iraqi expatriate a dissident or disciple? After copious examination of Al-Hussaini’s immigration records and his emblematic military tattoos, defense analysts have reached a disquieting determination: the man, whom witnesses named as the infamous third terrorist, was not a rank-and-file infantryman. Colonel Patrick Lang, a Middle East expert who formerly served as the chief of human intelligence for the Defense Intelligence Agency, believes Hussain Al-Hussaini would have been counted among Saddam’s elite fighting forces.
“Our conclusion would be that this guy (Al-Hussaini) had been a member of either the Special Troops Division of the Iraqi Military Intelligence or the Adnan Division of the Republican Guard,” Colonel Lang firmly asserted. The ex-military intelligence chief postulated that Al-Hussaini’s purported history as a political dissenter was “complete nonsense,” but the story, in his opinion, served as a clever means to facilitate infiltration into the United States as a false defector and Iraqi intelligence agent. “This guy is clearly not a refugee … none of that fits with his tattoo.”
“I have compared this (Jayna Davis’ investigation) to all human intelligence I have looked at, and in comparing that to classified material, this is not just one witness. This is not just two witnesses. You’re talking about twenty-three people,” stated Larry Johnson, a former CIA analyst and deputy director of counterterrorism for the U.S. Department of State. In March 2002, Johnson succinctly summarized the enormity of evidence implicating the Middle East before a nationwide audience.
“You’re talking about at least ten people that put Tim McVeigh with Hussain Al-Hussaini before the Oklahoma City bombing. Two people who identify Hussain Al-Hussaini (with McVeigh) in a bar on April 15. Three people who identify Hussaini Al-Hussaini running from the federal building early in the morning of April 19 at 5:30 A.M. as he is practicing timing himself. You have two witnesses that put Tim McVeigh with Hussain Al-Hussaini in the Ryder truck. You have one witness inside the Murrah Building who sees Hussain Al-Hussaini getting out of the truck… .and he is seen driving away from the building,” Johnson declared on the Fox News Channel, “My concern is that this angle was never pursued, and to this day, the FBI has refused to exonerate this man. They have refused to go out and check out his alibis.”
Dozens of witnesses firmly implicate Hussain Al-Hussaini and a cabal of Iraqi soldiers colluding with the convicted bombers during the months, weeks, days and final moments leading up to detonation. The heart-wrenching truth behind April 19 would be forever memorialized by a small cadre of average Oklahomans – unsuspecting bystanders who unwittingly witnessed the most critical stages of an Islamic terrorist plot to murder more Americans in a single explosion, than the total number of U.S. soldiers who died on the battlefields of the Persian Gulf War.
An FBI spokesman in Boston, Greg Comcowich, said Thursday night that a man named Hussain Al-Hussaini was “thoroughly investigated” in connection with the Oklahoma City bombing and “was found to not have any role whatsoever in the attack on the Murrah Federal Building in 1995… The investigation was closed andÂ the FBI has no further interest in that individual,” he said.
The FBI has no interest. Chew on that.
This is the same FBI that fired John O’Neill for daring to bring up uncomfortable evidence that a fellow named Osama bin Laden planned to attack the World Trade Center with airplanes.
O’Neill then took a job as the Director of Security of the Port Authority of NY/NJ, and perished in the basement of the WTC after Moslems slammed jetliners into the two buildings.
Such courage is not welcome in the FBI, which after dropping the ball on 9/11 went on to launch an affirmative action program to bring Moslems on board as Special Agents. The stumblebum organization was able to getÂ that job done, at least.