Monday, July 30, 2012

Prince Bandar becomes Saudi Arabia's new spy chief

Prince Bandar, who was the Ambassador to the United States on 9/11 has been appointed Saudi Arabia's new spy chief.  Bandar's wife Princess Haifa financed two of the 9/11 hijackers living in San Diego.  Money from her bank account at Riggs Bank was transfered through third parties to Nawaf al Hazmi and Khalid al Mihdhar.  These were the same two "9/11 hijackers" who lived with an FBI counter terrorism informant in San Diego.  Al Hazmi was one of  two suspected terrorists that Dr. David Graham met at the home of a  Pakistani businessman in Shreveport, Louisiana that Sander Hicks has written about. 


Prince Bandar also was responsible in coordinating the air lift of Saudi royals, dignitaries, and members of the bin Laden family following 9/11 when all commercial and private air traffic was grounded. 


In Michael Moore's movie Fahrenheit 9/11 he mentions that Prince Bandar was so close to the Bush family that he was fondly referred to by the family as "Bandar Bush."


Prince Bandar is suspected of running al Qaeda in Iraq.  It appears he's one of the principle players in charge of the rebel offensive currently underway in Syria, as well.


Prince Bandar brings mettle, pomp to spy agency


July 21, 2012 01:19 AM

By Angus McDowall


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