Saudi 9-11: Zelikow tweaks his story
Posted by Sir Michael Mouse on June 6, 2023, 10:41 am
As the administrative supervisor of the 9-11 commission, Zelicow was a key figure in the creation of the official 9-11 narrative. He was very efficient too, in fact he had started writing about 9-11 and it's aftermath 3 years before the attacks. See vid below.
'Zelikow acknowledged, however, that he has come to believe that some Saudi officials had privately become radicalized Islamists and may have stepped out of their government roles to help the 9/11 hijackers in some way. Such a theory has gained wider acceptance among some terrorism experts in recent years as more evidence of Saudi links to 9/11 emerged.
At issue in the larger debate over the alleged Saudi links to 9/11 is whether these officials were acting with the approval or knowledge of their government. Zelikow clearly sides with those who believe that if Saudi officials helped the 9/11 hijackers, they did so on their own, not with the backing of the kingdom's top officials.
"I think it's important to talk about these people as individuals and not under the label as 'Saudi officials,'" Zelikow said. "If they were helping al-Qaida, they were not acting as Saudi government officials. They would have been acting as underground rebels within their government, and there were such rebels on the vast Saudi public payroll."
This information was provided to Zelicow while he was licking a toad in New Mexico.
Nice to see Judge Napolitano interviewing Shaffer in the vid.