[eDebate] spy catcher resignation poses BIG PROBLEMS 4 bush
Tue Jul 8 12:27:05 CDT 2003
paul redmond was in perfect health according to the CIA but resigned for "health
reasons" b/c he started to find out that the bush family gave bin laden and
saddam the software to avoid capture...oops, it was part of the 9-11 deal and
iraq genocide deals to protect the criminals from being caught....another
resignation from the bush team...another disaster...numbers are plummeting...ha
ha ha even karl rove won't be able to fix 33% support for the president by the
end of the summer...W is an incompetent dipshit conducting investigations into
his own demise...HA HA HA...the worst president in US history and the
BIGGEST FUCKING TRAITOR THAT BOMBED HIS OWN COUNTRY ON 9-11 to
hijack foreign policy for his PNAC fuck buddies...
Riddle As U.S. Spy Chief Quits
July 6, 2003
**Gordon Thomas: Exclusive**
Sunday Express [UK] AMERICA'S top spy catcher, Paul Redmond, has
suddenly resigned in the middle of his secret investigation into how Saddam
Hussein and Osama bin Laden allegedly obtained US computer software, the
SUNDAY EXPRESS claimed this weekend.
The software is said to enable the two most wanted men in the world to avoid
capture because it can pinpoint every move in the global manhunt.
Redmond's departure last week was accepted "without discussion" by President
Bush, the man who had brought the spy catcher out of retirement to conduct the
Hours after Redmond had cleared his desk, Bush ordered a GBP 25million
bounty on Saddam's head. He wants Saddam "dead or alive" and the same
goes for bin Laden. Already Bush has agreed to either man forgoing a trial and
being shot after interrogation. The official reason given for Redmond's abrupt
departure was "health reasons." But stunned colleagues in the Homeland
Security department in Washington, where Redmond had his office, insist the
former Associate Director of the CIA was in perfect health. His departure has led
to intense speculation that he may have begun to uncover embarrassing details
of how the software came into the hands of Saddam and bin Laden.
Documents obtained by the respected International Currency Review, a
London-based newsletter for the financial community, allege that the software
was provided for Saddam on the authority of President Bush's father when he
was in the White House - a time when relations between Iraq and Washington
were close during Baghdad's war with Iran. The Review's publisher, Christopher
Story, a former financial adviser to Lady Thatcher, said: "The documents are
extremely sensitive and raise some very serious questions."
He confirmed that they had originally been in the possession of Barzan alTakriti,
Saddam's half-brother, when he was managing Saddam's estimated GBP
A Paris intelligence source said the documents were copied by operatives of
DGSE, the French intelligence service, earlier this year when al-Takriti made a
visit to several banks in Geneva.
He is now in American hands, one of the key names on the famous "deck of
Shortly after the documents reached Washington on the eve of the war with Iraq,
President Bush brought Paul Redmond out of retirement.
Redmond was a legendary CIA spy catcher who helped unmask some of the
most infamous spies before he retired in 1998.
He was told to investigate how Robert Hanssen, the renegade FBI computer
specialist who was a longtime Soviet agent, had handed over a copy of the
software - known as Promis - to his KGB controllers for $ 2million.
Hanssen, now serving a life sentence, has yet to reveal all he knows about how
the KGB sold on a copy of the software to Osama bin Laden for $ 4million
shortly before the attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon.
"But until Redmond's abrupt resignation, increasingly the documents relating to
Saddam's use of Promis - and his relationship with President Bush's father -
were what Redmond had begun to focus on", said a source close to the
departed spy catcher.
Originally developed by a small company in Washington called Inslaw, there
are now a number of versions of the software. One was installed by MI6 early in
the 1990s. After Hanssen's arrest it was removed.
William Hamilton, president of Inslaw, said that top Bush aides and FBI director
Robert Mueller had met to discuss the "implications" of Redmond's
"Redmond has said that Hanssen did hundreds of billions of dollars worth of
damage. I have been told that Redmond's health is fine and there is a much
more important reason for his resignation", said Mr Hamilton.
Like Mr Story, Mr Hamilton did not want to elaborate. But both men conceded
that Redmond's investigation could have caused embarrassment to President
Bush and his family.
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