The alleged mastermind behind the September 11th terror attacks came out against President Trump’s pick to head the CIA this week; providing a hand-written document he hopes to share with Congressional leaders.
Al Qaeda terrorist Khalid Sheikh Mohammed -the group’s leader believed to be the organizer behind the suicide attacks- asked US officials at Guantanamo Bay to deliver his letter to the Senators as they vote to confirm Gina Haspel as the director of the CIA.
“Both Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the Democrats question whether Haspel, a longtime CIA agent, is fit to run the agency given her involvement in the torture of prisoners following the attacks in 2001,” writes Fox News. “Haspel is due to appear Wednesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee for her confirmation hearing.”
The al-Qaeda leader, captured in March 2003, reportedly wrote “six specific paragraphs of information” regarding Haspel, but officials were “not able to describe the information” at this time.
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