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  • * Mohamed al Kahtani arrived in USA on 08/04/2001 on a flight from Dubai, UAE, to Orlando, Florida 5 weeks before The 9/11. It is now known that Mohamed Atta drove specially to the airport to receive him. Because Mohamed al Kahtani came to USA with little money and with only few words in English immigration authority denied him entrance to USA.

After The 9/11 the investigation revealed a phone conversation intercepted from Mustafa al-Hawsawi , one of the financier of The 9/11, referring to Mohamed al Kahtani as the last one to complete the group.

Mohamed al Kahtani was captured in Afghanistan in 12/2001, in operation “ Absolute Justice ” and during his interrogation in Guantanamo, that included tortures, Mohamed al Kahtani admitted that he was sent to USA by Khalid Shaik Mohammed .

Mohamed al Kahtani was so badly tortured in Guantanamo, that on 12/07/2002 Mohamed al Kahtani was rushed to hospital suffering from brain damage, very low pulse and in critical condition. In his situation he was willing to admit what ever the interrogators wanted to here. When asked about Iraq, Mohamed al Kahtani admitted an imaginary story that Al Qaeda received ordinary trainings by Saddam Hussain’s Baath’ regime how to take over and kidnap commercial airliners.  That story was later proved as a complete fantasy.

Because of his medical condition it was impossible to prosecute him legally in court.  Mohamed al Kahtani is still in Guantanamo.(01/2007)

Summery ; 

 Mohamed al Kahtani arrived to USA relatively late, just 5 weeks before The 9/11, he did not walk the path that all other hijackers did. It is therefore logical to assume that if he had any role in The 9/11 it was to be on stand by if something should go very wrong.

 

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