Iran Admits Role in 9/11 Attacks; BOLSTERS Case Won by 9/11 Widow Widow from 9/11 Attacks WON Lawsuit Over Iran's Involvement in Worst Terror Attack in U.S. History

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By Ben Barrack

Iran has admitted it played an active role in the 9/11 attacks. That government agreed not to stamp the passports of hijackers who traveled through Iran. In addition, one of pilots was among them. Such an admission bolsters a 2002 lawsuit brought by a 9/11 widow, who argued that Iran was very much involved in the attacks. In 2011, a U.S. District Judge agreed and ruled in her favor.

The 9/11 Commission Report addressed potential Iranian collusion with al-Qaeda on pp. 240-41 but twice suggested it was “coinciden(tal)”. It seems like that verbiage was intentional so the U.S. Government could control the narrative and not act. Today, an Iranian official has confirmed the relationship was real and that facts to support it were not coincidental. In effect, the U.S. Government chose to give Iran a pass. Last month, Iran thumbed its nose and basically said, we did it.

P. 240 of 9/11 Commission report. It claimed Iran alliance with al-Qaeda a “coincidence”.

9/11 Report

P. 241 of 9/11 Commission Report. Chose to side with a “remarkable coincidence” over facts.

Iran RULES OUT Coincidence

The Iranian official, Mohammad-Javad Larijani, argued that the reason Iran did not stamp the passports had to do with how Saudi Arabia would treat the men. Iran and Saudi Arabia are enemies. Nonetheless, that behavior demonstrates an alliance with al-Qaeda. So too does Larijani’s admission that the pilot traveled with a senior Hezbollah leader (presumably a man named Imad Mughniyah).

Here is some of what Larijani said, via Al-Aribya:

“The Americans took this as evidence of Iran’s cooperation with al-Qaeda and viewed the passage of an airplane through Iran’s airspace, which had one of the pilots who carried out the attacks and a Hezbollah military leader sitting (next to) him on board, as evidence of direct cooperation with al-Qaeda through the Lebanese Hezbollah.”

That is a damning admission. In light of it, check out Finding of Fact 141, presented in a case known as Havlish v. Iran:

Especially relevant is that in response to the 9/11 attacks, the George W. Bush administration went into Afghanistan and invaded Iraq, which was Iran’s enemy.

Havlish v. Iran

For context, the U.S. invaded Iraq in March of 2003. However, Fiona Havlish – who lost her husband in the attacks – filed her suit more than one year earlier. How could a private citizen have known more than the U.S. Government?

Havlish v. Iran begun in 2002.

The Havlish case goes well beyond Iran just allowing hijackers to pass through its country with a Hezbollah leader. Her case relied heavily on an Iranian defector named Abolghasem Mesbahi. There is no way Havlish wins that case without Mesbahi’s testimony.

Furthermore, Havlish presented 276 Findings of Fact that overwhelmingly convinced the judge. Most noteworthy is that Havlish made the case for much of what Larijani admitted to be true just last month.

Check out Finding of Fact #122:

How about 134 and 137?

Havlish relied on evidence documented in the 9/11 Commission Report. However, that evidence became much more solid when Larijani confirmed it. In fact, he expounded on it. It actually makes the 9/11 Commission look feckless and unwilling to confront reality. According to the 9/11 report, the senior Hezbollah official traveled on the same plane as one of the hijackers. Larijani stated the two sat next to one another.

This Hezbollah official was acting on behalf of the Iranian government. In another excerpt from Larijani’s interview, he said this:

“Our government agreed not to stamp the passports of some of them because they were on transit flights for two hours, and they were resuming their flights without having their passports stamped. However their movements were under the complete supervision of the Iranian intelligence.

In statement of fact 143, Havlish charged that Iran was a complicit actor. Larijani essentially confirmed that in his interview.

9/11 Report

America Was Warned and Ignored those Warnings

Later statements of fact involve Abolghasem Mesbahi. He was an Iranian defector who made several attempts to alert western authorities of the impending attack. They ignored him.

Until now, U.S. officials could dismiss Iran’s involvement as something unproven or coincidental. Larijani’s confession makes that much more difficult for western officials, especially when considering that Havlish won her judgment against Iran.

Furthermore, the Bush administration had to have known all of this when it decided to invade Iraq, Iran’s enemy, in 2003. Worse, in addition to helping Iran after 9/11 by removing Saddam Hussein, the Bush administration allowed Iranians to kill U.S. troops in Iraq without consequence.

John Kerry’s Behavior

Last month, former Secretary of State John Kerry made news when he traveled to Europe to meet with Iranian officials. Presumably, he did so to help save Obama’s Iran deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which handed over $150 Billion to Iran in return for its empty promise not to develop nuclear weapons (and possibly it’s commitment not to give up America’s secrets about things like Iran-Contra and 9/11).

On May 8, President Donald Trump drove a stake through the heart of the deal.

Almost simultaneously, Kerry met with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif at the United Nations to help save the deal. Why? Especially in light of what Larijani confessed to?

About one week later, Kerry was in Paris and met with Iranian officials for the same purpose.

Larijani’s interview took place approximately two weeks later.

Is it possible that Larijani’s loose lips were in response to Trump terminating the deal? Is that something Kerry feared?

How Much Dirt do Iranians have on Americans?

Any honest study of the bizarre relationship between Iran and the U.S. must include Iran-Contra. That scandal was far-reaching and even involved the U.S. mainland – Mena, Arkansas to be exact.

That part of the scandal involved Vice President George H.W. Bush, Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton and Oliver North, who was acting on behalf of former CIA Director Bush. In short, Clinton allowed the CIA to manufacture untraceable weapons and transport them to the Nicaraguan Contras. In addition, the pilots brought cocaine back with them.

At the time of the Iran-Contra investigation, Kerry had a whistleblower in his midst. A man named Terry Reed – who was responsible for training Central American pilots to transport the weapons – was prepared to blow the lid off the entire operation. He spent three days with Kerry’s lead investigator, Jack Blum, who expressed tremendous interest in blowing the lid off.

Instead, he covered it all up.

In his book, COMPROMISED, Reed explains what transpired on pages 419 and 518:

Kerry Mena

Blum Kerry

The Kerry Cover-up of Iran-Contra (Mena)

In a 2004 Salon article, the authors lionized Kerry for his dogged pursuit of the truth about running guns to Central America (and cocaine back to the U.S.). What they didn’t do was report on Kerry’s cover-up of that scandal. Most certainly, Iran knows all about it.

The Reagan administration did everything it could to thwart Kerry’s investigation, including attempting to discredit witnesses, stonewalling the Senate when it requested evidence and assigning the CIA to monitor Kerry’s probe. But it couldn’t stop Kerry and his investigators from discovering the explosive truth: that the Contra war was permeated with drug traffickers who gave the Contras money, weapons and equipment in exchange for help in smuggling cocaine into the United States. Even more damningly, Kerry found that U.S. government agencies knew about the Contra-drug connection, but turned a blind eye to the evidence in order to avoid undermining a top Reagan-Bush foreign policy initiative.

Kerry may have found the U.S. government turned a “blind eye” but so too did he. He quashed his own investigation but the Salon article doesn’t tell you that.

Here is a powerful and accurate excerpt from the Salon piece:

The White House also scrambled to find other ways to keep the Contras afloat, turning to third countries, such as Saudi Arabia, and eventually to profits from clandestine arms sales to Iran.

There you go. Saudi Araba and Iran – the two countries most responsible for 9/11 – were implicated in Iran-Contra. Kerry knew this and so did the Republican establishment.

Yet, Kerry’s investigation went nowhere.

That he didn’t persist might also make him dirty and interested in preventing the Iranians from spilling more beans.

Make no mistake, however. Larijani spilled a big can of beans less than one month after Trump torpedoed Obama’s notorious Iran deal.


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