Underwear Bomber Guilty Plea Shields Government ComplicityReversal means identity of “well-dressed man” will remain unknown
Paul Joseph Watson
Oct. 13, 2011
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After initially vowing to plead innocent and call Kurt Haskell, the man who saw him being aided onto Delta Flight 253 by a well dressed man, as a defense witness, alleged underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab has changed his mind and admitted all eight charges against him, thereby protecting accomplices involved in the plot.
“Umar Farouk AbdulMutallab, the Nigerian man accused of trying to detonate an explosive device in his underwear aboard a Christmas 2009 flight to Detroit, pleaded guilty to all counts in court Wednesday. AbdulMutallab had previously pleaded not guilty to the charges,” reports CNN.
In the space of a few days, Abdulmutallab completely reversed his decision to defend himself, and made no proper statement in court, instead simply reeling off a list of cliched extremist statements.
Abdulmutallab’s reversal now means that Detroit Attorney Kurt Haskell’s contention that the plot was, as in almost every other terror case made public, a product of government entrapment, and that the US intelligence establishment was involved in the aborted attack, will now remain buried, at least for the time being.
Haskell was an eyewitness to the fact that Abdulmutallab was helped through security, despite him being on a terror watchlist with no passport, by a well dressed Indian man, on Christmas Day 2009.
It later emerged that the State Department was ordered not to revoke Abdulmutallab’s visa by “federal counterterrorism officials” even though the accused bomber had known terrorist ties, in addition to the fact that his own father had warned U.S. intelligence officials of the threat posed by Abdulmutallab a month before the attempted attack.
Appearing on the Alex Jones Show earleir this week, Haskell said he thought Abdulmutallab was being “coached” on how to behave, which would explain his court outbursts that Haskell maintained were completely out of character.
Having decided to plead not guilty, act as his own defense, and call as a witness the one man who could identify the intelligence agents who used him as a dupe to carry out the attack, Abdulmutallab’s sudden change of heart clearly suggests that he has been threatened or offered a deal so as to protect the true culprits behind the plot.
Abdulmutallab’s change of mind also serves to protect the myth behind his handler, Anwar al-Awlaki, who as we have documented was clearly a double agent posing as an Al-Qaeda leader while doing the bidding of the US intelligence community.
Abdulmutallab’s admission of guilt will now be hastily exploited by the Obama administration to push its fearmongering agenda to turn America into a Stasi-style police state, with the Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” campaign, training citizens to report each other as terrorists, now in full swing across the country.
The guilty plea also ensures that the sanctity of the TSA’s grope down procedures and the multi-billion dollar naked body scanner industry, launched on the back of the foiled plot by government-affiliated insiders now reaping the financial whirlwind, will escape scrutiny.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.