Khobar Towers Investigated: How a Saudi Deception Protected Osama bin Laden

Posted: 11 July 2009 by Editors in International Affairs, Political Science
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“On Jun. 25, 1996, a massive truck bomb exploded at a building in the Khobar Towers complex in Khobar, Saudi Arabia, which housed U.S. Air Force personnel, killing 19 U.S. airmen and wounding 372,” reports Dr. Gareth Porter  in a five-part series. “The CIA’s bin Laden unit, which had only been established in early 1996, was also excluded by CIA leadership from that Agency’s work on the bombing.”

Part I: “Al Qaeda Excluded from the Suspects List” – 22 Jun 09
Part II: “Saudi Account of Khobar Bore Telltale Signs of Fraud” – 23 Jun 09
Part III: “U.S. Officials Leaked a False Story Blaming Iran” – 24 Jun 09
Part IV: “FBI Ignored Compelling Evidence of bin Laden Role” – 25 Jun 09
Part V: “Freeh Became ‘Defence Lawyer’ for Saudis on Khobar” – 26 Jun 09

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