Saturday, December 17, 2016

Did FBI Have Prior Knowledge Of Pearl Harbor Attack ???

Here's another gem from Who, Why, Why:

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests show that, even today, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is withholding thousands of pages of documents relevant to intelligence obtained before Japan’s 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The files involved were not supplied to the nine subsequent official enquires into the disaster. As a consequence, even now, there has been no adequate investigation of how the Bureau and other agencies handled the pre-attack intelligence. Instead, the commanders in chief in Hawaii at the time, the Navy’s Admiral Husband E. Kimmel and the Army’s Lieutenant General Walter Short, bore the brunt of the blame.

Enough is known about two of the withheld files to establish that they relate to Japanese espionage in Hawaii. One, the FBI has told us, contains more than 2,500 pages relating to 1941 alone. A copy of a document from the file, which we discovered among released State Department files, may explain the withholding. It shows that an FBI source identified Japan’s most important spy in Hawaii, a consular official using the name Tadashi Morimura, nearly five months before the attack.

This crucial bit of intelligence, however, led to no breakthrough in divining the intentions of the Japanese military. Instead, Hoover’s agents squandered this and other opportunities to find out what Japan was planning ...

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Some have called 9/11 "a new Pearl Harbor", and it looks like they were right. FBI hid their Pearl Harbor intelligence, and they hid their 9/11 intelligence, too. Did they merely "squander" these opportunities, or did they bury what they knew so the attacks could take place?

How many times does this have to happen before we realize "our" intelligence agencies are complicit in these attacks on our country?

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