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KSM Was Asked About ‘Ties to the Iraqi Regime’

Apropos of this post about Lawrence Wilkerson’s charge that the torture apparatus built by the Bush administration was concerned with manufacturing an

Jul 31, 2020
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Apropos of this post about Lawrence Wilkerson‘s charge that the torture apparatus built by the Bush administration was concerned with manufacturing an al-Qaeda/Saddam Hussein link as a pretext for invading Iraq, look what HuffPost’s Sam Stein pulls out of the memory hole. This is an account of the interrogation of 9/11 architect Khalid Shaikh Mohammed:
[A] line buried on page 353 of the July 2004 Select Committee on Intelligence reporton pre-Iraq war intelligence strongly suggests that the interrogation was just as centered on a possible Iraq-al-Qaeda link as terrorist activity.
“CTC [Counter Terrorist Center] noted that the questions regarding al-Qaida’s ties to the Iraqi regime were among the first presented to senior al-Qaida operational planner Khalid Shaikh Muhammad following his capture.”
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed was waterboarded 183 times in March 2003.
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