Could also be that it is an FBI,CIA 'U.S.government 'psyop or terror against American public with aim to make 'conspiracy theorists' appear crazy.After all the alleged perpetrator was an award winning military robot for the military industrial killing machine in Iraq and was until his arrest or alleged arrest in Fort Lauderdale ,Florida still employed in a GUN RTOTING CAPACITY AS A SECURITY GUARD FOR
Signal 88 WHICH BOASTS ON INTERNET OF BEING INVOLVED IN AND WITH 'HOMELAND SECURITY'.
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New York Daily News - 2 days ago
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - The FBI agent who interrogated Saddam Hussein
alone for months after the former Iraqi leader's capture is now leading the
investigation into the Florida airport shooting rampage blamed on an Iraq war
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The FBI agent who interrogated
Saddam Hussein alone for months after the former Iraqi leader's capture is now leading the investigation into the Florida airport shooting rampage blamed on an Iraq war veteran.
George Piro, special agent in charge of the FBI's Miami field office, was Saddam's sole interrogator beginning in January 2004. In previous interviews, Piro has said Saddam did not know his true identity — the Iraqi leader called him "Mr. George" — and that he posed as a high-level envoy who answered directly to then-President
George W. Bush.
Now the 49-year-old Piro, a native of
Beirut, Lebanon, fluent in Arabic and Assyrian, is in charge of the FBI investigation into the shooting at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport that left five people dead and six wounded. Federal prosecutorshave charged Esteban Santiago, 26, with airport violence and firearms offenses that could bring the death penalty if he is convicted.
www.usnews.com/news/iraq/.../in-letters-from-jail-saddam-hussein-alleged-tortureMay 5, 2009 - In Letters From Jail, Saddam Hussein Alleged Torture ... The letters were among 352 pages in his declassified FBI file, which The News ...
https://www.alarabiya.net/articles/2009/05/05/72106.htmlMay 5, 2009 - In his final days, ousted Iraqi president Saddam Hussein complained of torture and severe "beatings" as well sleep deprivation in a series of letters penned during his time in American captivity, press reports said on Tuesday.
thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/01/.../more-torture-debate-courtesy-of-saddam-husse...Jan 28, 2008 - A long-running rivalry between the C.I.A. and F.B.I. continues to play out.
www.slate.com/articles/news_and.../09/torture_makes_the_fbis_job_harder.htmlSep 2, 2009 - But the CIA's use of torture has endangered our ability to get ... in charge of interrogatingSaddam Hussein, was able to get the former dictator to ...