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Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?

 
David Edwards and Ron Brynaert
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Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?
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Matt Lauer: Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?
David Edwards and Ron Brynaert
Published: Thursday March 15, 2007
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On Thursday, NBC's Today Show explored whether the confessions of alleged 9/11 "mastermind" Khalid Sheikh Mohammed can be trusted, since he claimed to have been tortured after being detained.

"Let's talk about the issue of torture," NBC's Matt Lauer said. "He says in his statement that he didn't make this statement under duress or pressure, but he does also say that he was tortured by the CIA after his capture."

Last September, CIA sources told ABC News that the harshest technique they were authorized to use on "high-value detainees, such as the 9/11 attacks architect Khalid Sheikh Mohamed...was called 'water boarding,' in which a prisoner's face was covered with cellophane, and water is poured over it (pictured above) -- meant to trigger an unbearable gag reflex."

Brian Ross and Richard Esposito reported for ABC's The Blotter that "new rules issued by the Pentagon today prohibit water boarding, though there was no clear acknowledgement that it was permitted previously," and that "CIA officers told ABC News that 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed lasted the longest under water boarding, two and a half minutes, before beginning to talk."

Lauer notes that "this is a subject" that he discussed during a September of 2006 interview with President Bush, in which he asked, "I mean, if, in fact, there was water boarding used with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, and for the viewers, that’s basically when you strap someone to a board and you make them feel as if they’re going to drown by putting them underwater, if that was legal and within the law, why couldn’t you do it at Guantanamo? Why did you have to go to a secret location around the world?"

"I’m not going to talk about techniques," Bush responded to Lauer in September. "And, I’m not going explain to the enemy what we’re doing. All I’m telling you is that you’ve asked me whether or not we’re doing things to protect the American people, and I want the American people to know we are doing so."

Lauer wondered "how credible" was "the laundry list of targets" named by Mohammed, if they were named after he had been water boarded: "Won't you kind of spew out all kinds of locations just to make it stop?"

NBC News terrorism analyst Roger Cressey said that's always a concern when "rather invasive techniques" are used.

The following video clip is from NBC's Today Show.
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03/15/2007 05:44 PM
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Re: Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?
Only a FOOL would believe him or the government.
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03/15/2007 05:46 PM
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Re: Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?
Only a FOOL would believe him or the government.
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You are very wise......
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I seriously doubt that anyone takes it as true. That would be stupid, after all this time.It's amazing what people will admit to with electrodes on their balls.
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Wrong question. The right question is: can a "testimony" that we did not hear be trusted?
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03/15/2007 05:51 PM
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I think the man was tortured and brain washed by drugs.

And he would confess to anything, just to end the pain.

I think the Government and the inhuman Zionists decided to use this man, to COUNTER the 9/11 Truth movement.

The phycology goes like this--Now We Have A Confession From An Arab--SO 9/11 CANNOT BE AN INSIDE JOB.

I think this false confession will boomerang.

Who is this Man? Was he working for the CIA or MOSSAD before he got arrested?
Aaron

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03/15/2007 05:52 PM
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Only a FOOL would believe him or the government.

You are very wise......
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Indeed.. the force is with this one. :D

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03/15/2007 06:00 PM
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Pop! Pop! Pop!!

What the HECK is that sound?

Pop! Pop Pop Pop! PopPop Pop!!

Ohhhhh, moonbat heads exploding, THAT's what that sound is....
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Only a FOOL would believe him or the government.
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03/15/2007 06:18 PM
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Torture elicits the responses the torturer wants to hear.
It also encourages delusion. Believe me I know. I was tortured.
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He basically confessed to everything. Smells too Bushy for me...
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03/15/2007 06:28 PM
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Wrong question. The right question is: can a "testimony" that we did not hear be trusted?
 Quoting: MattMarriott 209413


Mind control - why did the illuminati stage the Guantanamo 9/11 confession of "Khalid Sheikh Mohammed"?
What the sheep are supposed to ask, i.e. to believe that they are accepting

The immediate answer is obvious, even for the last sheep: one more step in the path of legalizing torture (mind control technique of increase level acceptance).
The question the sheep are supposed to ask is: Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?
In fact torture has long been accepted by every sheep, the latest with the Guantanamo mind control operation, that was launched short after 9/11. The acceptance process was concluded as the curtain fell on the next act of the script, the Abu Ghraib prison photos.

What the sheep are supposed to forget about and to really accept

The REAL TWO goals of this mind control operation:
- the first goal has to do with increase level acceptance. But it is one more step - the last step - in letting the sheep accept that the government did 9/11, since the act is staged to let even the last idiot understand that the government, by using torture to let him "confess", is in fact covering-up who really did 9/11.
- the second goal is to cover-up what the real question concerning the "new justice" is: can a "testimony" that we did not hear but is only propagated by the judicial system be trusted?

Reminder: the confessions propagated by the "defense lawyer" have been used again and again by the illuminati since Reichstag Fire I, i.e. the OKC bombings in 1995.
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its the guys that have him locked up that you know are liars!!
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Can Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 'tortured' testimony be trusted?
 Quoting: David Edwards and Ron Brynaert 209461


No. Next case. goaway





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