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Old 13-09-2018, 04:09 PM   #8
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Default Ptech, Al-Qadi, Clinton and Bush

In mid-June 2001, WBZ reporter Joe Bergantino received a tip from a systems analyst at JP Morgan that computer software company Ptech (located in Quincy, Mass.) is tied to terrorists. Ptech was doing business with every federal government in defense and had access to key government data.
Bergantino was ready to air his story on Ptech (renamed to Go Agile) soon after 9/11 in September 2001 - that the US defense and law enforcement computer systems had a critical component which was in the hands of foreign company Ptech with extensive ties to terrorists.
Ptech software is embedded in the systems for government agencies like the US Army, US Air Force, US Naval Air Command, Congress, Department of Energy, Federal Aviation Administration, IRS, FBI, Secret Service, the White House and NATO.

One of Ptech's prime benefactors was Yassin al-Qadi, founder of the Muwaffaq Foundation and according to the Treasury Department's a "Global Terrorist".
Even after President George W. Bush signed an executive order freezing Yassin Al-Qadi's assets for links to terrorism, the government still didn’t investigate Ptech when in October of 2001 Bergantino brought the information to the authorities. After the “investigation”, in August 2002 (when Ptech could have already destroyed evidence), Ptech was only charged with a small loan fraud and given a small fine. As Go Agile, Ptech remains in charge of government-embedded software that has access to just about every software system the government uses.

Some have criticised (the lack of) the US military's response to the attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on 11 September 2001; in particular the failure of nation's air defences to stop the planes to hit their targets.
The morning of 9/11 was not typical, as communications breakdown and simultaneous war games “interfered with the military response”, according to the 9/11 Commission.
The communications and control systems of the entire US military were overseen, and could have been sabotaged, by the "enterprise-wide" system of Ptech.

Years before 9/11, FBI agent Robert Wright charged the Clinton administration with aggressively blocking investigation into certain terror subjects; this included “the money trail” behind Osama bin Laden.
After the 1998 bombings of two US embassies in Africa, Chicago federal prosecutor Mark Flessner (an ally of Wright) told ABC News that the Clinton Justice Department simply didn’t allow him to build a criminal case.
A prime suspect in Wright's investigations was Ptech investor Yassin al-Qadi, who is also the son-in-law of Sheikh Ahmed Salah Jamjoom, a former Saudi Arabian minister with close ties to the Saudi royal family.

Ptech (Go Alige) had Israelis working for them that had previously worked for Israeli Military Intelligence that later were employed by Log-On’s Israeli subsidiary Guardium.

In 1991, US journalist Danny Casolaro was digging a little too deep into the criminal cartel with the money laundering BCCI bank at its centre (the “Octopus”). Later that year, Casolaro was “suicided”...
Casolaro amongst others looked into the theft by Bush officials, of a software system called PROMIS. Some believe that PROMIS later evolved into Ptech’s system:
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In 1997, the US government under a “government-efficiency improvement effort” gave Ptech permission to market its services to "all legislative, judicial, and executive branches of the federal government". According to Ptech, it has security clearance for sensitive projects since December 1997.
By August 2002, revenue from work for the federal government totalled $3.1 million.

According to the US Treasury, Saudi businessman Yassin al-Qadi was a financial backer of al Qaeda and other terrorists.
The US Treasury also named the investment company Sterling Management run by M. Yaqub Mirza. One of the companies Mirza set up, is the Sterling Ptech Fund LLC.
Ptech also received backing from Bait ul-Mal Incorporated (BMI Inc.), a now defunct New Jersey firm with financial relationships to Muslim “charities” involved in terrorism:

“Indira” was informed that PTech is a CIA clandestine operation on the level of Iran-Contra.
CARE International is a renamed version of Al Kifah which financed the WTC 93 bombing. The co-chair of the 9/11 Commission, Thomas Kean, had been involved in a $24 million real estate transaction with BMI, one of the PTech investors:
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Last edited by st jimmy; 13-09-2018 at 04:40 PM. Reason: Added Thomas Kean
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