The United States killed Osama bin Laden in order to keep hidden the truth about the 9/11 terrorist attacks, an American analyst says. Mark Glenn made the comments in an interview with Press TV on Monday when asked about remarks by Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein on the 9/11 attacks.
Stein said on Sunday that the attacks “provided a pretext for the wrong wars, which have only gotten us into more trouble.” “I think I would not have assassinated Osama bin Laden, but would have captured him and brought him to trial,” Stein said.
Glenn said “the notion that Osama bin Laden somehow would have gotten a fair trial in this is patently obscured.” The US “colluded with Israel in order to pull off 9/11,” he said, adding “they would make sure that Osama bin Laden never received a fair trial” so that the truth would never come out.
“They had to keep the story of his involvement in 9/11 alive by killing him because if he were ever allowed to come forward and to tell the truth about what he knew concerning the events of that day, of course this could lead to an absolute unraveling of what has been an incorrectly understood series of events that took place that day.”
He said that Stein should “focus on Israel’s role in 9/11” and “the fact that on the morning of 9/11, the only arrest that took place were the 5 Israeli intelligence officers who had been seen by witnesses over in New Jersey right across the river filming the destruction of towers.”
“The same Israeli intelligence officers who were taken by the FBI, taken away for questioning, were held for over three months, during which time they failed several lie detector tests,” he said, adding “after being quietly sent back to Israel, they appeared on an Israeli talk show and said that they had been sent by” Israel to document the events of 9/11.
This clearly indicates “that Israel knew the 9/11 was coming,” Glenn stated. According to US intelligence documents released last year, in the last days of his life even bin Laden realized that the attacks were an inside job, and were not carried out by al-Qaeda militants.