Sat, 13 Aug 2011 06:01 UTC
Sat, 13 Aug 2011 06:01 UTC
French News Report translation by Xenomorph911 and Kryptokine.
CIA-FBI-news agent Vince Cannistraro actually had scripted the Bin Laden character and personality with John Miller in 1998-1999. He invented the Ramzi Youseff helicopter story told on 9/11 on ABC news by John Miller. This man is a treasonous criminal; that should have been put in Gitmo and waterboarded. John Miller too. The CIA and the New York FBI literally did 9/11, scripted the whole show before, during, and after. Vincent Cannistraro was Director of Intelligence Programs for the United States National Security Council (NSC) from 1984 to 1987; Special assistant for Intelligence in the Office of the Secretary of Defense until 1988; and Chief of Operations and Analysis at the Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) Counterterrorist Center until 1991.
Before 1984, he was an officer with the CIA's Directorate of Operations in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Central America. Since leaving the CIA in 1991, after 27 years with the agency, Cannistraro has worked as a consultant on terrorism and security issues for a number of corporate and government clients, including ABC News and the Vatican. While at the CIA, Cannistraro ran the agency's Central American task force that supervised covert action in the region, including the Nicaraguan Contras (both the left wing guerillas in the South and the right wing contras in the North). He moved to the Reagan NSC by the direction of CIA Latin American Chief Duane Clarridge, who supported Col. Oliver North. 
The Contra program was transferred in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan to the NSC, and Cannistraro was made Director of Intelligence there later that year.  As director, he was responsible for monitoring the US intelligence community budget. and coordinating the approval process for covert action. He also chaired the Afghanistan Working Group at the White House. Later, as Chief of Operations and Analysis at the CIA's Counterterrorist Center, Cannistraro led the agency's "investigation" into the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, which resulted in the conviction in 2001 of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, a Libyan intelligence officer.
Originally listed as a prosecution witness, Cannistraro was not called to testify at the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial. Cannistraro also linked Iraq with Osama bin Laden when he alleged that Iraqi intelligence agent Farouk Hijazi had invited bin Laden to live in Iraq during a December 1998 meeting in Afghanistan, though he maintained that bin Laden refused the invitation and did not accept support from Saddam Hussein. He reported on the forged Niger "yellowcake" uranium documents as an attempt by some Bush Administration supporters to link Iraq with nuclear weapons development in order to increase public support for the Iraq war), and on the related disclosure of the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame.
The front company, Brewster Jennings & Associates, apparently also was used by other CIA officers whose work now could be at risk, according to Cannistraro. Cannistaro runs IntelligenceBrief, a security and information service for private clients. The Vatican is one such client. On September 12, 2001, Cannistraro stated that five of the hijackers had entered the United States in Maine from Canada via Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and/or a remote border point near Jackman, Maine, several hundred kilometres southeast of Quebec City. A Canadian Intelligence officer declared that Cannistraro was wrong. "They didn't hijack Canadian planes, they got through airport security in the U.S., not here."