ISI and LeT are behind the militant attacks, claim police

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    NEW DELHI: The Special Cell of the Delhi police on Monday claimed that it had concrete evidence of active collusion between the Pakistan Army, its Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) network and the banned terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in carrying out militant attacks in India. This was allegedly revealed by Abu Anas, the Pakistani LeT militant arrested with a conduit, Mohammad Issa, at New Delhi railway station on August 10.

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    For example, prior to Sept. 11 the chief of the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI allegedly approved a $100,000 wire transfer to a certain Mohamed Atta. Yet the same ISI chief, Mahmud Ahmed, was in Washington for a working visit to his counterparts in the US government for more than a week prior to Sept. 11. On the morning of 9/11 itself, he was having breakfast at the Capitol with the future congressional investigators of the September 11th events. These alleged investigators, Porter Goss and Bob Graham, somehow failed to mention anything about the Pakistani connection in their report, in the same way that the 9/11 Commission later closed its eyes to the same facts. Were bribes really necessary to whitewash all this? In reality, the "Pakistani Connection" actually leads back to the US intelligence behemoth. For the full background, be sure to read "The Pakistani ISI" appendix to the "Justice for 9/11" Attorney General complaint.

    Allegations of Bribes to 9/11 Commission - Pakistan

    The Money Trail.

    Pakistani ISI.

    No surprise.
     

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