FBI agents who interrogating captured al-Qaeda terrorists have learned there was a plan to highjack a 5th jet on September 11, that was supposed to be crashed into the White House. "Many, many people are saying many interesting things," says an FBI official. However, one FBI official says, "You have contradictory information coming from people you think would know, so you start to think that somebody's shading it."
Extensive interviews have been conducted with 911 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and his financier, Mustafa al-Hawsawi, as the FBI tries to prove that Zacarias Moussaoui was going to be the 20th highjacker. Moussaoui was taking flying lessons in Minnesota when he was arrested on immigration charges three weeks before 911. He admits to being part of al-Qaeda, but any involvement in the 911 attacks. A disc from his computer contained information about spraying pesticides from a plane, so he could also have been planning a biochemical attack. He faces the death penalty if convicted.
Someday we'll know what really happened on 911.
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