Chris Farrell speaking at Westminster Institute on bin Laden failed 2000 hijacking
Number of Pages:1
Date Created:October 4, 2013
Date Uploaded to the Library:October 04, 2013
Autogenerated text from PDF
DIA Intelligence Information Report Osama bin Laden Failed 2000 Hijacking with Christopher Farrell Director Investigations and Research Judicial Watch Tuesday, October 8th, 9:00 10:00 The Westminster Institute 6731 Curran Street, McLean, 22101 RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org Eleven years after submitted FOIA request, Judicial Watch recently obtained copy DIA Intelligence Information Report bin Laden failed plan hijack aircraft flying out Frankfurt, Germany, 2000. The report discloses critical findings terrorist strategies for placing operatives critical positions, terrorist uses multi-ethnic/multi-national teams for messaging impact, the role Saudi leadership and funding, and Germany use operating and support base for the terrorists. Moreover, the report provides important insights into the activities Sheikh Dzabir, the Saudi citizen responsible for the operation and who currently resides Afghanistan active member AQ. The report also raises important questions about conduct counter-terrorism operations today. Christopher Farrell the Director Investigations Research Judicial Watch. was Distinguished Military Graduate from Fordham University and later served Military Intelligence Officer, specializing Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence. Chris graduate the Military Intelligence Officers Basic and Advanced Courses, the U.S. Army Advanced Counterintelligence Training Course, the Combined Arms Services Staff School the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, the Defense Intelligence Agency Military Operations Training Course, and the Haus Rissen Institut Politik und Wirtschaft Hamburg, Germany. Following command and staff assignments that included three tours duty the Federal Republic Germany, and one tour Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, Chris returned civilian life contractor the defense and intelligence communities. Chris maintains busy lecture schedule both government corruption issues and intelligence matters. served Senior Staff Associate Columbia University National Center for Disaster Preparedness the Mailman School Public Health (2005 2008).