Humint Events Online: Is the Moussaoui Trial a Psy-Op?

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Is the Moussaoui Trial a Psy-Op?

The trial certainly has dragged on long enough, for various reasons, not the least of which is that Moussaoui keeps changing his story, and alternates between lucid and unbalanced states.

Moussaoui was initially indicted in December 2001 and the trial started in October 2002.

So we're three and a half years out on this craziness, which seems to primarily serve the function of keeping the official 9/11 story in the news.

I can hardly believe that right after 9/11 skeptics have scored major victories by publicizing Charlie Sheen's views and getting time on CNN, that it is a coincidence that Moussaoui comes up with a new, deadlier version of 9/11, in which he was supposed to play a key role.

Of course, no major media figure will question the idea that Moussaoui could have successfully hijacked and flown a huge 747. Rather Moussaoui is a convenient symbol of the lurking danger of Al Qaeda.


Blogger Social Democracy Now said...

Moussaoui has probably been beaten/drugged/sleep-deprived and god know what else that he wouldn't know whether he's coming or going. I am sure his brain is completely scrambled. If he were free and on the streets, he'd be trying to start a new religion or something.

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