NUMBER 6. Mohamed Atta didn’t come to the U.S. to
learn to fly.
Atta was already a licensed pilot when he arrived
in the US., with pilot’s licenses from half a dozen countries, and while at
Huffman Aviation was not treated like a 'newbie' pilot, but accorded the
privileges of a flight instructor.
And instead of attending just one flight school,
Huffman Aviation, as the FBI states, his path took him through at least three
Florida flight programs, not including his visit to a flight school in Oklahoma
and a stint at the first flight school he attended in the U.S., whose name,
oddly enough, remains unknown.
If Atta's real reason for being in Florida wasn’t
to go to flight school... “why then was he here?”
facts this basic remain unknown illustrates
the extent of the official blackout on information about 9/11.
NUMBER 5. Mohamed Atta's email list
included people working for U.S. Defense contractors.
One, for instance, worked for Canadian firm
Virtual Prototypes, which helped develop the avionics for F-15, F-22 and B-2..
Mohamed Atta’s kept an email list, showing him to have been in contact with employee's of US Defense contractors.
Atta’s emails are reprinted in "Welcome to
Terrorland's 40-page Appendix,
filled with never before seen photos and documents about the terrorist
NUMBER 4. Mohamed Atta attended the
International Officer’s School at Maxwell Air force Base, in Montgomery,
Witnesses there recall him having been introduced
around at an officers' club party. Mohamed Atta and at least five other of the
nineteen terrorists participated in military training at secure military
facilities in the United States. A 'Mohamed Atta' attended International
Officers School at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama. Others of the
terrorists studied in exchange programs at US Defense installations like the
Defense Language Institute in Monterrey, CA.
NUMBER 3. Mohamed Atta got dumped by his
“The day I stopped liking him,” Keller says
today, “was when I saw him for the first time out at the pool. He was wearing a
lime-green Speedo. He had a flanky ass.”
He had also embarrassed her in a night club,
which turned out to be the beginning of the end. “We were at Margarita Maggie’s
in Sarasota near the quay,” Amanda stated. “Angelina, Olivia, Timothy, Juergen,
Sabrina, Mohamed, Wolfgang…they were all there.”
“And Mohamed, like a dumbass was standing on top
of a speaker dancing. The man could not dance to save his life, he was real
stiff, just kind of shaking, doing the ‘Roxbury head bob’ thing. He just
embarrassed me instantly when we got there, and I just pretended I didn’t know
NUMBER 2. Mohamed Atta was in Venice, Florida
at least three times during the last six weeks of his life.
The FBI is covering this fact up, perhaps because
it will lead to questions about the identities of those who Atta had gone to the
retirement community on Florida’s Gulf Coast to meet, which included “Magic
Dutch Boy” Rudi Dekkers.
And, the NUMBER 1 Thing You Never Knew About
1. Mohamed Atta was a psychopath.
“He told me he’d get even with me,” Amanda Keller
said, after she threw him out of the apartment they shared. “He said, ‘You will
be sorry for this.’”
He revenged himself by disemboweling her pet cat
and and dismembering its half-dozen baby kittens, then strewing the pieces
around her apartment to be discovered when she returned home from work after a
long night at the “lingerie model” escort service in Sarasota she worked for to
the apartment that was now hers alone.
Amanda kept a pet dog, and several cats as well,
one of whom had just had a litter, she informed us haltingly. There were six
adorable kittens. But when she flicked on the lights in her apartment, she
didn’t hear any noises coming from them, and she couldn’t see any of the
Voice cracking with horror, she told us what she
saw when she turned on the light: pieces of dead kittens—kitten parts—strewn all
over the living room. “She(the mother cat) had had a litter of six. Only one
survived…The mother was gutted on my kitchen table. And there were little baby
cat parts all over the place.”
“The only ones to survive were my little dog that
hid under the couch, and my Siamese who sat on top of the fridge behind the
cookie jar. My friend Page came in with me, and helped me pick up little kitten
parts that were all over the apartment.”
Chopping up kittens across from the Venice
In an apartment directly across the street from
the Venice Airport, the American girl who had just spurned Atta was on her hands
knees picking up kitten parts. Amanda Keller moved out of the apartment that
same day, and never returned.
Numerous descriptions of Atta have painted him as
menacing, dark, glaring, sometimes just wooden. We even heard
speculation, from people who had been in his presence in Venice, that they
suspected he might have been brainwashed.
But after listening to Amanda Keller’s story,
which we will see fully corroborated by credible
witnesses, we can answer one of the open questions about the
9/11 attack: Why was Mohamed Atta chosen to commit one of
history’s most unspeakable crimes?
Because he could. He was capable of it. Not just
capable... he was perfect for the job. He does not deserve the ‘heroic suicide’
mantle placed on his shoulders by aggrieved Arab radicals. Any self-respecting
Islamic fundamentalist should be ashamed that he sprang from their number. Atta
wasn’t a hero. He belonged in a psych-ward.
Mohamed Atta was a psychopath. A Kitten
Killer. We’re in Jeffrey Dahmer