FBI Director Robert Mueller said today that there was no early warning of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon last week.

Speaking in a press conference with John Ashcroft, Mueller denied that any individuals on FBI ‘watch lists’ successfully entered the US.

However, it may be that the FBI had prior knowledge of some sort of terrorist activity, but was not able to determine its true nature in time.

Unknowncountry.com has learned from a hotel guest that the Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston was evacuated at 4:00AM Monday morning, and that bomb-making materials were removed from the hotel. This was before the attack, which unfolded on Tuesday.
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Authorities in Massachusetts have arrested at least five Arab men as suspects in yesterday?s terror attacks launched from Logan International Airport in Boston. As with the earlier bombing of the World Trade Center, evidence centers around a rental car.

Authorities seized a car parked in the airport parking garage that had Arabic-language flight training manuals inside it. Two of the men who were arrested were brothers who had passports from the United Arab Emirates, and one of them was a trained pilot. At least two other suspects flew to Logan yesterday from Portland, Maine, where authorities believe they went after crossing over from Canada recently.
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Whitley Strieber wrote this story a year ago today:The most massive terrorist attack in history unfolded in the United States today. The World Trade Center was destroyed, and the city’s Emergency Management Center, Police Headquarters and City Hall were closed. The Emergency Management Center was in the World Trade Center.

Yasir Arafat and the Taliban Ambassador to Pakistan have both condemned terrorist attacks on the United States. From Kabul a Taliban spokesman said that Osama bin Laden, the Saudi Dissident, “could not have been responsible for the attacks on the United States.” He said that “this could have been the act of internal enemies of the United States or its foreign rivals.”
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