One who has inside knowledge to connect the dots

An E-Mail sent to Me from Sam Karmilowicz

I sent Sam a message describing 9/11 blogger as a site that searches for what really happened on 9/11, since He formely worked for the U.S. embassy in the Phillippines. I found his article in Counterpunch (No ,don't razz Me...I'm not a leftgatekeeper, I keep track of what the other side says) .This is what He wrote back;
am karmilowicz
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2006 09:50:56 -0700 (PDT)
From: sam karmilowicz
Subject: Allegations of war crimes and human rights
violations against the U.S
To: tb-petitions@ohchr.org

To whom it may concern:

My name is Samuel Karmilowicz. I am a former Special Agent of the U.S. State Department Bureau of Diplomatic Security Service.

I believe information that I acquired while I was a U.S. State Department Security Office at the U.S.embassy in Manila may be of interest since it reveals the U.S. government's complicity in the torturing of Abdul Murad, an alleged terrorist suspect while he was held in captivity by the Philippine Intelligence Bureau; the U.S. government's use of me as an unwitting courier to collect and transfer what I later determined to be the proceeds of torture; and information indicating that the U.S. government had prior knowledge that Tariq Javed Rana, a suspected Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence operative had ties to Ramzi Yousef and Khaled Shaik Mohammed while these individuals were devising what is now acknowledged to be the plot to use commercial airline carriers as missiles to destroy buildings such as the Pentagon, CIA headquarters, and the World Trade Center Towers in New York City. My evidence reveals that the U.S. government has deliberately withheld information from the American public in order to assert - what is now acknowledged to be - false pretenses to invade and occupy the nation of Iraq. Recent comments by Pervez Musharraf, the President of Pakistan also indicate the U.S. threatened to bomb Pakistan into 'the stone age' if the government of Pakistan refused to comply with their demands - an outcome that closely parallels the collective and disproportionate punishment that the people of Lebanon received from the Israeli army last month.