THE SENTENCING OF THE BLAZING UNDERPANTS BOMBER
Abdulmutallab was at first going to contest, and named a lawyer called Kurt Haskell as a witness. Haskell was prepared to testify that he saw a man in a tan suit get Abdulmutallab onto the plane without any documentation.
Here is a snapshot of what our media said about this sentencing.
Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was on a suicide mission for al Qaeda when he attempted to detonate a bomb in his underpants as the plane, en route from Amsterdam, approached Detroit.
[source : 'Unrepentant would-be mass murderer': Underwear bomber jailed for life without parole for failed Christmas Day plane attack, The Daily Mail, 17/02/2012]
A US federal judge has ordered life in prison for a Nigerian man who turned away from a privileged life and tried to blow up an international airplane with nearly 300 people during a suicide mission for al-Qaida.
...Earlier, four passengers and a crew member aboard Flight 253 told US district judge Nancy Edmunds that the event forever changed their lives.
[source : 'Underwear bomber' Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab handed life sentence, The Guardian, 16/02/2012]
Handing down multiple life sentences, US District Judge Nancy Edmunds criticised the Nigerian al-Qaeda sympathiser for failing to show remorse, adding: "This is a just punishment."
Earlier, passengers and crew on Fight 253 from Amsterdam gave dramatic testimony about the moment Abdulmutallab attempted to set light to explosives smuggled in his underwear minutes before landing in Detroit on Christmas Day 2009.
...At an earlier hearing, he admitted being an al-Qaeda operative, and that he had carried out the plot to blow up the plane minutes before it landed at Detroit Metropolitan Airport on behalf of the terror group.
[source : God is great, says underpants bomber as he is jailed for life, The Daily Telegraph, 16/02/2012]
A Nigerian who tried to blow up an international flight near Detroit on behalf of al-Qa'ida started a life sentence without parole today.
...Federal Judge Nancy Edmunds announced the sentence in a crowded courtroom which included some passengers from Northwest Airlines Flight 253.
Earlier, four passengers and a crew member told Judge Edmunds that the event changed their lives forever.
[source : Underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab begins life term, The Independent, 17/02/2012]
Before sentencing in Michigan victims of a crime can speak for upto 5 minutes about the impact the crime had on their lives. This is referenced in the above quotes from our media.
But one victim is not mentioned. And he is the most important because he was going to testify on behalf of Abdulmutallab.
So what does Haskell have to say that is so important but is ignored by our media?
He saw Abdulmutallab be assisted onto the plane by a man in a tan suit!
Here is what Haskell said before sentencing. NB no British media reported on Haskell's statement. When you read it you will understand why.
I wish to thank the Court for allowing me these 5 minutes to make my statement. My references to the government in this statement refer to the Federal Government excluding this Court and the prosecution. On Christmas Day 2009, my wife and I were returning from an African safari and had a connecting flight through Amsterdam. As we waited for our flight, we sat on the floor next to the boarding gate. What I witnessed while sitting there and subsequent events have changed my life forever. While I sat there, I witnessed Umar dressed in jeans and a white t-shirt, being escorted around security by a man in a tan suit who spoke perfect American English and who aided Umar in boarding without a passport. The airline gate worker initially refused Umar boarding until the man in the tan suit intervened. The event meant nothing to me at the time. Little did I know that Umar would try to kill me a few hours later as our flight approached Detroit. The final 10 minutes of our flight after the attack were the worst minutes of my life. During those 10 minutes I sat paralyzed in fear. Unfortunately, what happened next has had an even greater impact on my life and has saddened me further.
When we landed, I was shocked that our plane taxied up to the gate. I was further shocked that we were forced to sit on the plane for 20 minutes with powder from the so called bomb all over the cabin. The officers that boarded the plane did nothing to ensure our safety and did not check for accomplices or other explosive devices. Several passengers trampled through parts of the bomb as they exited the plane. We were then taken into the terminal with our unchecked carry on bags. Again, there was no concern for our safety even though Umar told the officers that there was another bomb on board as he exited the plane. I wondered why nobody was concerned about our safety, accomplices or other bombs and the lack of concern worried me greatly. I immediately told the FBI my story in order to help catch the accomplice I had seen in Amsterdam. It soon became obvious that the FBI wasn’t interested in what I had to say, which upset me further. For one month the government refused to admit the existence of the man in the tan suit before changing course and admitting his existence in an ABC News article on January 22, 2010. That was the last time the government talked about this man. The video that would prove the truth of my account has never been released. I continue to be emotionally upset that the video has not been released. The Dutch police, meanwhile, in this article (show article), also confirmed that Umar did not show his passport in Amsterdam which also meant that he didn’t go through security as both are in the same line in Amsterdam. It upsets me that the government refuses to admit this fact.
I became further saddened from this case, when Patrick Kennedy of the State Department during Congressional hearings, admitted that Umar was a known terrorist, was being followed, and the U.S. allowed him into the U.S. so that it could catch Umar’s accomplices. I was once again shocked and saddened when Michael Leiter of the National Counter terrorism Center admitted during these same hearings that intentionally letting terrorists into the U.S. was a frequent practice of the U.S. Government. I cannot fully explain my sadness, disappointment and fear when I realized that my government allowed an attack on me intentionally.
During this time, I questioned if my country intentionally put a known terrorist onto my flight with a live bomb. I had many sleepless nights over this issue. My answer came shortly thereafter. In late 2010, the FBI admitted to giving out intentionally defective bombs to the Portland Christmas Tree Bomber,the Wrigley Field Bomber and several others. Further, Mr. Chambers was quoted in the Free Press on January 11, 2011 when he indicated that the government’s own explosives experts had indicated that Umar’s bomb was impossibly defective. I wondered how that could be. Certainly, I thought, Al Qaeda wouldn’t go through all of the trouble to plan such an attack only to provide the terrorist with an impossibly defective bomb.
I attended nearly all of the pretrial hearings. At the hearing on January 28, 2011, I was greatly disappointed by the prosecution’s request to block evidence from Mr. Chambers “as it could then be able to be obtained by third parties, who could use it in a civil suit against the government”. It really bothered me that the government apparently was admitting to wrongdoing of some kind as it admitted that it was concerned it would be sued. It further upset me to know that the government was putting its own interests ahead of those of the passengers.
When I attended the jury selection hearings, I questioned why versions of the same two questions kept coming up, those being:
1. Do you think you’ll be able to tell whether something is actually a bomb? and 2. Do you realize that sometimes the media doesn’t always tell the truth?
I continued to be greatly saddened at this point as I felt the truth continued to be hidden.
When Umar listed me as his only witness, I was happy to testify, not on his behalf, but on behalf of the truth. I never expected to testify, as my eyewitness account would have been too damaging to the myth that the government and media are putting forward. A mere 5 days after I was announced as a witness, there was an inexplicable guilty plea which exasperated me as I no longer would be testifying.
In closing I will just say that regardless of how the media and government try to shape the public perception of this case, I am convinced that Umar was given an intentionally defective bomb by a U.S. Government agent and placed on our flight without showing a passport or going through security, to stage a false terrorist attack to be used to implement various government policies.
The effect this matter has had on my life has been astounding and due to this case, I will never trust the government in any matter, ever.
In regards to sentencing, nothing I’ve said excuses the fact that Umar tried to kill me. He has waived his valid claim to the entrapment defense. Umar, you are not a great Muslim martyr, you are merely a “Patsy”. I ask the court to impose the mandatory sentence.
[source : BREAKING: Kurt Haskell Exposes Government False Flag Operation During Underwear Bomber Sentencing, PrisonPlanet.com, 16/02/2012]
So al Qaeda bomber Abdulmutallab was helped onto the plane by US government agents to detonate a bomb to cause false terror so that unpopular US government policies could be implemented, particularly the TSA gropers and death ray scanners.
If you are still sceptical, or sitting on the fence, about the NATO and al Qaeda love-ins in Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Libya and Syria, just think about Haskell's statement.