by Scott Creighton
Do you remember the story of the “white Mitsubishi“? It’s a hard to find article these days, as most MSM sources have scrubbed it from their archives. But it’s still out there, if you look hard enough.
“A Mitsubishi sedan impounded at Logan Airport was rented by Atta, sources said. The car contained materials, including flight manuals, written in Arabic that law enforcement sources called “helpful” to the investigation.” CNN story reposted, here.
Do you remember that story when it first came out on Sept. 12th 2001? Do you remember seeing this picture all over the news and the printed press? This story was brought to you by the FBI as well; just like the Dr. Ivins story is now. Only problem? Just like the Dr. Ivins frame up, it was completely fake.
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