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Confirmed? "Sharp dressed man" aided Northwest flight "Christmas Bomber" Umar Mutallab onto plane without passport. Who was involved, why don't we know about this other suspect?

Metro Detroit Live
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Kurt HaskellKurt Haskell's boarding pass for NWA Flight 253

A Michigan man who was aboard Northwest Airlines Flight 253 says he witnessed Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab trying to board the plane in Amsterdam without a passport.

Kurt Haskell of Newport, Mich., who posted an earlier comment about his experience, talked exclusively with MLive.com and confirmed he was on the flight by sending a picture of his boarding pass. He and his wife, Lori, were returning from a safari in Uganda when they boarded the NWA flight on Friday.
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Kurt HaskellLori and Kurt Haskell

Haskell said he and his wife were sitting on the ground near their boarding gate in Amsterdam, which is when they saw Mutallab approach the gate with an unidentified man.

Kurt and Lori Haskell are attorneys with Haskell Law Firm in Taylor. Their expertise includes bankruptcy, family law and estate planning.

While Mutallab was poorly dressed, his friend was dressed in an expensive suit, Haskell said. He says the suited man asked ticket agents whether Mutallab could board without a passport. “The guy said, 'He's from Sudan and we do this all the time.'”

Mutallab is Nigerian. Haskell believes the man may have been trying to garner sympathy for Mutallab's lack of documents by portraying him as a Sudanese refugee.

The ticket agent referred Mutallab and his companion to her manager down the hall, and Haskell didn't see Mutallab again until after he allegedly tried to detonate an explosive on the plane.

Haskell said the flight was mostly unremarkable. That was until he heard a flight attendant say she smelled smoke, just after the pilot announced the plane would land in Detroit in 10 minutes. Haskell got out of his seat to view the brewing commotion.

“I stood up and walked a couple feet ahead to get a closer look, and that's when I saw the flames,” said Haskell, who sat about seven rows behind Mutallab. “It started to spread pretty quickly. It went up the wall, all the way to ceiling.”

Haskell, who described Mutallab as a diminutive man who looks like a teenager, said about 30 seconds passed between the first mention of smoke and when Mutallab was subdued by fellow passengers.

“He didn't fight back at all. This wasn't a big skirmish,” Haskell said. “A couple guys jumped on him and hauled him away.”
The ordeal has Haskell and his wife a little shaken. Flight attendants were screaming during the fire and the pilot sounded notably nervous when bringing the plane in for a landing, he said.

“Immediately, the pilot came on and said two words: emergency landing,” Haskell said. “And that was it. The plane sped up instead of slowing down. You could tell he floored it.”

As Mutallab was being led out of the plane in handcuffs, Haskell said he realized that was the same man he saw trying to board the plane in Amsterdam.

Passengers had to wait about 20 minutes before they were allowed to exit the plane. Haskell said he and other passengers waited about six hours to be interviewed by the FBI.

About an hour after landing, Haskell said he saw another man being taken into custody. But a spokeswoman from the FBI in Detroit said Mutallab was the only person taken into custody.


From "Investigative Leads" found here at NewWorldOrderReport.com:



Christmas Bomber False Flag?

When one examines the official version, more problems become apparent. Initial reports stated that the man was on the government's "No-Fly List". This raised the obvious question of how he was even able to make it aboard the airplane. The stories were quickly changed to state that, while he was in some mysterious "law enforcement-intelligence database", he was not on the No-Fly List.
[link to abcnews.go.com]

According to the feds, the suspect says that the explosive device he used was acquired in Yemen. Interestingly, Anwar Al-Awlaki ran away to Yemen. He was an extreme Islamic preacher and a likely US Intelligence "handler" who had connections to the 9/11 "hijackers", 7/7 "bombers", Fort Dix "terrorist plotters", Toronto 18 "terrorist plotters", and the Fort Hood "shooter". Al-Awlaki is said to have been killed in a recent raid by the Yemeni security forces, but it is very possible that his role as a "handler" was becoming to obvious, and that his "death" was really just a retirement. Is it possible that Al-Awlaki provided this new "terrorist" with explosives?

Another issue is the FBI's presence at the airport when the plane landed:

Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Sandra R. Berchtold from the Detroit office confirmed that the FBI was at the airport, but she would not comment further.
[link to abcnews.go.com]

If all authorities knew was that there were indications of a "fire" on the plane, then why was the FBI already set-up at the airport? From the above article excerpt, you can see that they're quite tight-lipped about it, so don't bother asking them.

The government has ignored these problems, and instead has opted to conclusively state that the attack was planned by "Al Qaeda in Yemen".
[link to abcnews.go.com]

They've also gone into detail about the explosives, which turn out to have been military:

Investigators say the suspect had more than 80 grams of PETN, a compound related to nitro-glycerin used by the military.
[link to abcnews.go.com]

How "Al Qaeda of Yemen" got their hands on military explosives is anyone's guess. Personally, I would assert that "Al Qaeda of Yemen" is little more than an extension of the military and the intelligence services (CIA).

Interestingly, it turns out that the bomber is the son of a wealthy banker, who is now burying him in the press as a "radical" and a "terrorist".
[link to www.huliq.com]

The heroic passenger who subdued the bomber turns out to be a "video director/producer" from Amsterdam. Certainly a professional in the art of stagery/drama, right?
[link to www.nydailynews.com]
Yup. Men in Monkey suits.
2 guys with some 2x4's and some wire.
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We're left with quite a few questions:

--Why did different news services provide different names for the suspect?

--Why did initial reports state that the suspect was on the No-Fly List?

--Why was the suspect on a "terror" watch list?

--Why was the FBI waiting at the airport when the plane landed and why are it's officials being so tight-lipped about this fact?

--What contact, if any, did the suspect have with Anwar Al-Awlaki?

--What was the purpose of the suspect's 11-day trip to Houston, Texas during August 2008? What did he do on this trip?

--Why was his father concerned that his son had become radicalized? Was it his warning, six months before, that put the suspect on the terror list?

--How did the suspect obtain military explosives?

--Is his father connected through the banks to the aristocracy, secret societies, or intelligence community?

--Was there more to Jasper Schuringa's act of heroism than we've been told? What is his history as a video director/producer? Why does his photograph look fake?
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UCL today confirmed that a 23-year-old called Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab studied at the university from 2005 to 2008.

A UCL spokesman said: “Media outlets are suggesting several different names for the man arrested in connection with an attempted act of terrorism on Northwest Airlines Flight 253 in the early hours of December 26th.

“UCL can confirm that a student by the name of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was enrolled on a Mechanical Engineering course at the institution between September 2005 and June 2008.

“However, it must be stressed that the university has no evidence that this is the same person currently being referred to in the media.

[link to www.timesonline.co.uk]


This advertisement for University College London states:

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Course advisors include Met Police, BTP, SOCA, ACPO, SO15, MI6, MoD, NaCTSO, and RUSI.

[link to courses-careers.com]



Certainly, British Intelligence is very present there.

And get a load of who the suspect's father is:

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Members of a wealthy Nigerian family have confirmed to journalists that he is the son of the former chairman of First Bank of Nigeria, the BBC's Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

And here's what we may find on the official CRIMINAL COMPLAINT of the United States District Court (at page 5 of this PDF) :
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"One flight attendant stated that she asked ABDULMUTALLAB what he had in his pocket, and he replied "explosive device".
[link to i2.cdn.turner.com]



Ah - if only all terrorists were that honest and helpful ...

Check this out -- detailed information about the flight from December 23 to today, but no mention of the incident. Not even any mention of any delay!

[link to www.flightstats.com]

In case anything happens to that SMOKING GUN page, here are some screen-caps:
[link to i48.tinypic.com]
[link to i45.tinypic.com]

After the drama, none of the three return flights of Northwest Air from Detroit to Amsterdam was cancelled. Of the two flights that would have been affected by Flight 253, one arrived back in Amsterdam only an hour late, and the other was early.

INFO FROM NORTHWEST AIRLINES TIMETABLES for Dec 17 thru Jan 4

Amsterdam to Detroit daily flights
flight 253 arriving at 11:40 AM uses ‘A333’
flight 243 arriving at 1:30 PM uses ‘A332’
flight 249 arriving at 5:35 PM uses ‘A333’

Detroit to Amsterdam daily flights
flight 252 departing at 4:00 PM uses ‘A332’
flight 242 departing at 5:55 PM uses ‘A333’
flight 248 departing at 9:55 PM uses ‘A333’

INFO FROM PARTNER KLM FLIGHT STATUS PAGE for arrivals on Dec 26

NW252 scheduled departure 16:00 actual departure 18:17 on Dec 25
Scheduled arrival 05:55 actual arrival 08:42 on Dec 26
Shown as A332 so by deduction usually uses the same plane as flight 243 and may not have been affected by flight 253. It arrived in Amsterdam about 3 hrs late.

NW242 scheduled departure 17:55 actual departure 19:19 on Dec 25
Scheduled arrival 07:55 actual arrival 09:05 on Dec 26
Shown as A333 so by deduction usually uses the same plane as flight 253. It arrived in Amsterdam only about 1 hour late.

NW248 scheduled departure 21:55 actual departure 21:47 on Dec 25
Scheduled arrival 11:40 actual arrival 11:37 on Dec 26
Shown as A333 so by deduction usually uses the same plane as flight 249. It arrived in Amsterdam early.

check this out:
[link to www.mlive.com]

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An Indian man in a nicely dressed suit around age 50 approached the check in counter with the terrorist and said "This man needs to get on this flight and he has no passport." The two of them were an odd pair as the terrorist is a short, black man that looked like he was very poor and looks around age 17(Although I think he is 23 he doesn't look it). It did not cross my mind that they were terrorists, only that the two looked weird together. The ticket taker said "you can't board without a passport". The Indian man then replied, "He is from Sudan, we do this all the time". I can only take from this to mean that it is difficult to get passports from Sudan and this was some sort of sympathy ploy. The ticket taker then said "You will have to talk to my manager", and sent the two down a hallway. I never saw the Indian man again as he wasn't on the flight. It was also weird that the terrorist never said a word in this exchange. Anyway, somehow, the terrorist still made it onto the plane. I am not sure if it was a bribe or just sympathy from the security manager.



Who was this mysterious "suit" and why is this detail not being scrutinized by the major newsmedia organizations?

Notable things:
-Mutallab did not have documentation that could get him onto the plane.
-A mysterious man in a nice suit suddenly appeared and facilitated his entry.
-Mutallab didn't look his age at all.
-There was a second Indian man arrested at the airport.
-Passengers were held on the plane 20 minutes after it landed.

Our perp:
-Indian
-Around 50 years old
-Sharply dressed, Obviously wealthy

Not much to go on, but if this story is real, we have a suspect for the 'handler'.
Yup. Men in Monkey suits.
2 guys with some 2x4's and some wire.
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They did not mention his suspected nationality/race (the "sharp dressed man"). White? Black? Arab?

This stinks to high-heaven. The passengers should have held their own "interrogation" before landing...

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They did not mention his suspected nationality/race (the "sharp dressed man"). White? Black? Arab?
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Yes, it does: the article says he was "Indian".
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Yes, it does: the article says he was "Indian".
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Americans are generally unable to distinguish among the peoples living on the Indian Subcontinent. Hence, both the bomber's enabler (the man in a suit) and the bomber's accomplice (the man with a bomb in his carry-on bag) may actually have been working for Pakistani intelligence.
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not totally unbelievable.

[link to www.newint.org]

Yes, it does: the article says he was "Indian".

Americans are generally unable to distinguish among the peoples living on the Indian Subcontinent. Hence, both the bomber's enabler (the man in a suit) and the bomber's accomplice (the man with a bomb in his carry-on bag) may actually have been working for Pakistani intelligence.
 Quoting: Skeptic the First 845872


Last Edited by NotSure(SJ LI) on 12/28/2009 10:13 AM
Yup. Men in Monkey suits.
2 guys with some 2x4's and some wire.
Lens Flare!
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Every girl's crazy about em.
Brakes is gone!! "Weeze fweewheelin!"

Just say "NO!" to Luciferian Insectazoids.

"I am not here"...what is here?..Isn't here just there without a T...?
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Every girl's crazy about em.
 Quoting: Thundercheeks


took a little longer than predicted on ZZ Top reference, C'Mon Sheeple
Yup. Men in Monkey suits.
2 guys with some 2x4's and some wire.
Lens Flare!
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What about the person yesterday?
Before you say he didn't do anything let me ask some questions.
Who was the second guy yesterday?
Did he have a passport/visa?
Was the second guy on the Watchlist?
No Fly List?
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Circus for the masses. Such bullshit being swallowed is a testament to the stupidity of Americans.
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I think the man yesterday was 'sharp dressed man' that was coming back here for some reason. It was reported by several that he looked to be a businessman when he was detained.
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well that guy is his HANDLER then.
Yup. Men in Monkey suits.
2 guys with some 2x4's and some wire.
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well that guy is his HANDLER then.
 Quoting: NotSure(SJ LI)


I agree. Again, All-CIA-Duh! but this failed attempt will enrage the American people to concentrate on Yemen, when the Government is trying to get the heroin trade through the Afghanistan pipeline when telling the people they are there to fight terrorism.

Well, if the terrorist are coming and planning out of Yemen, then why are we still sending troops to Afghanistan? Their failure will blow up and shed light on the governments true motives in this war. Babylon, she is about to fall I think.
"Glory is what happens when faith overcomes adversity."
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well that guy is his HANDLER then.


I agree. Again, All-CIA-Duh! but this failed attempt will enrage the American people to concentrate on Yemen, when the Government is trying to get the heroin trade through the Afghanistan pipeline when telling the people they are there to fight terrorism.

Well, if the terrorist are coming and planning out of Yemen, then why are we still sending troops to Afghanistan? Their failure will blow up and shed light on the governments true motives in this war. Babylon, she is about to fall I think.
 Quoting: Wingedlion


that's all they do in Afghanistan, guard poppy fields.
the troops were not sent to Afghanistan to fight in Afghanistan, if you know what i mean
Yup. Men in Monkey suits.
2 guys with some 2x4's and some wire.
Lens Flare!
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bump
It Only Hurts If You Care...
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bump yoda
Yup. Men in Monkey suits.
2 guys with some 2x4's and some wire.
Lens Flare!
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Confirmed? "Sharp dressed man" aided Northwest flight "Christmas Bomber" Umar Mutallab onto plane without passport. Who was involved, why don't we know about this other suspect?

Metro Detroit Live
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Kurt HaskellKurt Haskell's boarding pass for NWA Flight 253

A Michigan man who was aboard Northwest Airlines Flight 253 says he witnessed Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab trying to board the plane in Amsterdam without a passport.

Kurt Haskell of Newport, Mich., who posted an earlier comment about his experience, talked exclusively with MLive.com and confirmed he was on the flight by sending a picture of his boarding pass. He and his wife, Lori, were returning from a safari in Uganda when they boarded the NWA flight on Friday.
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Kurt HaskellLori and Kurt Haskell

Haskell said he and his wife were sitting on the ground near their boarding gate in Amsterdam, which is when they saw Mutallab approach the gate with an unidentified man.

Kurt and Lori Haskell are attorneys with Haskell Law Firm in Taylor. Their expertise includes bankruptcy, family law and estate planning.

While Mutallab was poorly dressed, his friend was dressed in an expensive suit, Haskell said. He says the suited man asked ticket agents whether Mutallab could board without a passport. “The guy said, 'He's from Sudan and we do this all the time.'”

Mutallab is Nigerian. Haskell believes the man may have been trying to garner sympathy for Mutallab's lack of documents by portraying him as a Sudanese refugee.

The ticket agent referred Mutallab and his companion to her manager down the hall, and Haskell didn't see Mutallab again until after he allegedly tried to detonate an explosive on the plane.

Haskell said the flight was mostly unremarkable. That was until he heard a flight attendant say she smelled smoke, just after the pilot announced the plane would land in Detroit in 10 minutes. Haskell got out of his seat to view the brewing commotion.

“I stood up and walked a couple feet ahead to get a closer look, and that's when I saw the flames,” said Haskell, who sat about seven rows behind Mutallab. “It started to spread pretty quickly. It went up the wall, all the way to ceiling.”

Haskell, who described Mutallab as a diminutive man who looks like a teenager, said about 30 seconds passed between the first mention of smoke and when Mutallab was subdued by fellow passengers.

“He didn't fight back at all. This wasn't a big skirmish,” Haskell said. “A couple guys jumped on him and hauled him away.”
The ordeal has Haskell and his wife a little shaken. Flight attendants were screaming during the fire and the pilot sounded notably nervous when bringing the plane in for a landing, he said.

“Immediately, the pilot came on and said two words: emergency landing,” Haskell said. “And that was it. The plane sped up instead of slowing down. You could tell he floored it.”

As Mutallab was being led out of the plane in handcuffs, Haskell said he realized that was the same man he saw trying to board the plane in Amsterdam.

Passengers had to wait about 20 minutes before they were allowed to exit the plane. Haskell said he and other passengers waited about six hours to be interviewed by the FBI.

About an hour after landing, Haskell said he saw another man being taken into custody. But a spokeswoman from the FBI in Detroit said Mutallab was the only person taken into custody.


From "Investigative Leads" found here at NewWorldOrderReport.com:



Christmas Bomber False Flag?

When one examines the official version, more problems become apparent. Initial reports stated that the man was on the government's "No-Fly List". This raised the obvious question of how he was even able to make it aboard the airplane. The stories were quickly changed to state that, while he was in some mysterious "law enforcement-intelligence database", he was not on the No-Fly List.
[link to abcnews.go.com]

According to the feds, the suspect says that the explosive device he used was acquired in Yemen. Interestingly, Anwar Al-Awlaki ran away to Yemen. He was an extreme Islamic preacher and a likely US Intelligence "handler" who had connections to the 9/11 "hijackers", 7/7 "bombers", Fort Dix "terrorist plotters", Toronto 18 "terrorist plotters", and the Fort Hood "shooter". Al-Awlaki is said to have been killed in a recent raid by the Yemeni security forces, but it is very possible that his role as a "handler" was becoming to obvious, and that his "death" was really just a retirement. Is it possible that Al-Awlaki provided this new "terrorist" with explosives?

Another issue is the FBI's presence at the airport when the plane landed:

Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Sandra R. Berchtold from the Detroit office confirmed that the FBI was at the airport, but she would not comment further.
[link to abcnews.go.com]

If all authorities knew was that there were indications of a "fire" on the plane, then why was the FBI already set-up at the airport? From the above article excerpt, you can see that they're quite tight-lipped about it, so don't bother asking them.

The government has ignored these problems, and instead has opted to conclusively state that the attack was planned by "Al Qaeda in Yemen".
[link to abcnews.go.com]

They've also gone into detail about the explosives, which turn out to have been military:

Investigators say the suspect had more than 80 grams of PETN, a compound related to nitro-glycerin used by the military.
[link to abcnews.go.com]

How "Al Qaeda of Yemen" got their hands on military explosives is anyone's guess. Personally, I would assert that "Al Qaeda of Yemen" is little more than an extension of the military and the intelligence services (CIA).

Interestingly, it turns out that the bomber is the son of a wealthy banker, who is now burying him in the press as a "radical" and a "terrorist".
[link to www.huliq.com]

The heroic passenger who subdued the bomber turns out to be a "video director/producer" from Amsterdam. Certainly a professional in the art of stagery/drama, right?
[link to www.nydailynews.com]
 Quoting: NotSure(SJ LI)

his father warns official but does not stop his son from the terror attack pssibilities ..the bomber dresses like a bumb and gets on the plane without a passort ..lives in london in 2 million dollar condo owned by his rich Daddy .. amazing .. yepper this happensoften right?

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