9/11 or its aftermath may have been planned to be much larger, according to a report today in World Net Daily.
Says Roger Cressey, the former director for counterterrorism for the National Security Council: “Our assumption at the White House at the time was that there were more attacks planned. Maybe not on 9-11 but certainly afterward. [Osama] bin Laden and his people think strategically.” . . .
“ABC said some of the suspected terrorists have been killed or captured overseas, but one who traveled to the U.S. with a suspected would-be hijacker is still unaccounted for. That man, who might still be in the country, was traveling with a Saudi national who left the U.S. just before Sept. 11 for unknown reasons. . . .”
I set out abundant evidence in Onward Muslim Soldiers for thinking that terrorists are still operating in the US, and Cressey thinks so too. “A terrorist network might still be in place in the U.S., said Cressey. ‘In fact, there probably is,’ he told ABC. ‘Just because the FBI has not found it yet does not mean that it doesn’t exist.'”