FBI Chief Says 911 Hijackers
'Left No Paper Trail' Whatsoever

Executive Intelligence Review
Source Washington Post, April 30

Speaking on April 19 to a meeting of the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, Mueller said: "In our investigation, we have not uncovered a single piece of paper -- either here in the United States or in the treasure trove of information that has turned up in Afghanistan and elsewhere -- that mentioned any aspect of the Sept. 11 plot."
The April 30 {Washington Post} article notes that "Law enforcement officials say that while they have been able to reconstruct the movements of the hijackers before the attacks -- all legal except for a few speeding tickets -- they have found no evidence of their actual plotting."
Lyndon LaRouche has said repeatedly that not a shred of evidence has been presented by the U.S. government to prove that Sept. 11 was carried out by Osama bin Laden. A British judge just released an individual accused of training a number of the alleged hijackers to fly, on the grounds that no evidence was presented to the court linking the individual to Sept. 11. Although Mueller continues, incredibly, to maintain that the lack of evidence proves the "professionalism of the hijackers," the fact remains that LaRouche is right.

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