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US Gov't knew 'Underwear Bomber', allowed him to board anyway - Webster Tarpley (Video)

Source: youtube.com
Evidence and claims made by government officials show that the U.S. Government wanted Umar Abdulmutallab to fly into the U.S. in order to 'obtain information on other terrorists involved with him'. Webster Tarpley talks about 'underwear bomber' Abdulmutallab being a patsy controlled by 'sharply-dressed' handlers and what this reveals about US covert involvement in the plot.


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