More on 'Able Danger'

For some reason or another the omission of 'Able Danger' from the 9/11 Commission report is gaining massive media coverage. I find this particularly interesting as the media has not found any of their other ommissions and distortions worth covering, let alone the recent 9/11 Congressional Briefing.

In any event, Daniel Hopsicker, from, has written a new article in response to the recent articles about 'Able Danger'.

Able Danger Intel Exposed 'Protected' Heroin Trafficking

Mohamed Atta was protected from official scrutiny as part of an officially-protected cocaine and heroin trafficking network with ties to top political figures, including Republican officials Jeb Bush and Katherine Harris, and it was this fact - and not the 'terrible lapses' of 'weak on terror' Clinton Administration officials cited by Republican Congressman Curt Weldon - which shielded him from being apprehended before the 9.11 attack.
But the 'terrible lapses' cited by Weldon do not stem from the nonsensical assertion that Atta had a green card (he did not) which rendered him immune from military investigation but were the result of an officially-protected heroin trafficking operation being conducted on planes like those of Wally Hilliard, whose Lear jet flew "milk runs" down and back to Venezuela every week for 39 weeks in a row before finally running afoul of local DEA agents not been clued-in on the 'joke.'
A two-year investigation in Venice, Fl. into the flight school attended by Atta and his bodyguard Marwan Al-Shehhi and which provided them with their 'cover' while in the U.S. unearthed the amazing fact that during the same month the two men began flying lessons at Huffman Aviation, July of 2000, the flight school's owner's Lear jet was seized on the runway of Orlando Executive Airport by Federal Agents who found 43-pounds of heroin onboard.
In a story in the August 2, 2000 Orlando Sentinel authorities called the bust 'the biggest drug seizure in central Florida history.'

I think the claims made in this article should be worth researching as I really don't know how much of this article is fact, and how much is interpretation.

And for those interested, here is the latest on 'Able Danger' from today:
'Able Danger' source goes public

it gets some attention

it gets some attention because they're trying to wield it as a weapon against clinton. "see?, they were bad and we're good, in spite of all the times we we're caught lying". that's what they want.

The CIA 9/11 Report is due

The CIA 9/11 Report is due out any time. Supposedly, it has A LOT of information pertaining to negligence on the part of the Bush Administration. This is a "preemptive" strike against the CIA, and places blame on Clinton.

It's almost as if Philip Zelikow took that piece of information, and put it aside for just this occasion. has has added further comments to the heroin trafficing comments by Daniel Hopsicker.. you can find them here:
Able Danger Intel Exposed "Protected" Heroin Trafficking