CIA in focus of a new scandal

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Administration CIA has declassified document from which it follows that Washington knew about the innocence of Iraq to 9/11 attacks.

U.S. government continue to lie to the society, despite the change of presidents. As it turned out, the CIA lied to his people about the involvement of Iraq to the terrorist attacks of 9/11. AP Photo/ Alaa al-Marjani.

U.S. government continue to lie to the society, despite the change of presidents. As it turned out, the CIA lied to his people about the involvement of Iraq to the terrorist attacks of 9/11. AP Photo/ Alaa al-Marjani.

The administration of George W. Bush misinformed American public and Congress, when was accused Iraq of having links with the terrorist attacks of September 11. This was stated by Senator Carl Levin, head of the Committee of the armed forces.

Charges Levin was not unfounded, Senator referred to his correspondence with CIA Director John Brennan, in which were declassified some important documents. From this correspondence it follows that the leader of the terrorists attacked the Pentagon and world trade center building, Mohammed Atta had no contact with Iraqi intelligence.

CIA had no information about that Atta flew to Prague to meet with senior Iraqi military, is quoted by Senator Brennan. Meeting in Prague was the main argument of the administration of George W. Bush for the beginning of military operations in Iraq.

U.S. government continue to lie to society, despite the change of presidents. As it turned out, the CIA lied to his people about the involvement of Iraq to the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

Same thing is now happening in Ukraine, where, under the false notion of “Russian aggression” White house provoked the civil war and secretly supplying weapons to Ukrainian fascists.