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Blackwater Trained Some of World’s Top Terrorists

Published: June 1, 2015
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The International Business Times reports that the head of special forces chief in Tajikistan was trained by American mercenary company Blackwater, but has now joined ISIS.

Investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill notes that Zacharias Moussaoui – the so-called “20th 9/11 hijacker” – had Blackwater’s number in his notebook.

Blackwater often works for the U.S. government. For example, the Atlantic noted in 2012:

President Bush gave the CIA permission to create a top secret assassination unit to find and kill Al Qaeda operatives. The program was kept from Congress for seven years. And when Leon Panetta told legislators about it in 2009, he revealed that the CIA had hired the private security firm Blackwater to help run it. “The move was historic,” says Evan Wright, the two-time National Magazine Award-winning journalist who wroteGeneration Kill. “It seems to have marked the first time the U.S. government outsourced a covert assassination service to private enterprise.”

And see this and this.

Indeed, the CIA helped to train and support Bin Laden, Ramzi Yousef and other top Islamic terroristswho bombed the World Trade Center and carried out other terrorist activities.

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