Less than a month after 9/11, Pentagon official Michael Maloof was called to Douglas Feith’s office to work with David Wurmsur on the Counter Terrorism Evaluation Group project aligned with then-SecDef Paul Wolfowitz and VP Dick Cheney’s office:
“Wurmser and Maloof’s ‘matrix’ leads them to conclude that Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, and other groups with conflicting ideologies and objectives are allowing these differences to fall to the wayside as they discover their shared hatred of the US. The group’s research also leads them to believe that al-Qaeda has a presence in such places as Latin America. For weeks, the unit will attempt to uncover evidence tying Saddam Hussein to the 9/11 attacks, a theory advocated by both Feith and Wolfowitz.” (Source: Complete 9/11 Timeline)
Since Graeme MacQueen’s research has shown that those who orchestrated 9/11 had pre-sheep-dipped the alleged hijackers in anthrax as part of an effort to blame the 9/11-anthrax false flag operation on “Saddam plus al-Qaeda,” it seems that at least some of Maloof’s colleagues and bosses were among the perpetrators of the September-October 2001 attack on America. In this interview, when asked about that possibility, far from rejecting it as implausible, Michael Maloof says…well, you’ll just have to listen.
Today, Michael Maloof is a dissident voice who writes for RT and participates in New Horizon conferences. How and why did his views evolve? Let’s ask him!
“Back in May, the FBI knocked on the front door of Michael Maloof, at 6:30 AM. Maloof, a former Defense Department official living in Virginia, had been in Mashhad, Iran, last year for the New Horizon conference. He was keen to attend this year’s gathering in Beirut. The FBI warned of dire consequences if he followed through on those plans. Maloof asked them to leave his home at once.” -Sander Hicks, “FBI Harasses US Citizens for Friendship with Iran”