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Sending you this website about author and criminal intelligence specialist Thomas Hawk Hellstrom's untold true story of his memo to the FBI in Atlanta describing encounters with a Chechen terrorist cell in Atlanta, Georgia 11 to 9 months prior to 9/11.

The leader of the Chechen terrorist cell was Shamil Basaev, the Chechen warlord responsible for the massacres of Beslan, Budenovsk and the Moscow theatre seige and many more terrorist acts. These terrorists were the first to use a radiological material, cesium, by threatening to turn Moscow into a nuclear wasteland.

December 30, 2000, a fax of 15 pages was sent by the author to the FBI’s Counter Terrorism Special Agent in Charge, Atlanta field office. It was a detailed report, from the author of this book, about a Chechen terrorist cell operating in Atlanta, Georgia between October to December 2000.

April 19, 2001 (former) FBI Assistant Director for the Counterterrorism Division, Dale L. Watson sent a memo to FBI Director Louis Freeh that “the government received information that operational planning has been underway since late 2000, with an intended culmination in late spring 2001. These plans are being undertaken by Sunni extremists with links to Ibn al Khattab, an extremist leader in Chechnya, and to Osama bin Laden.” (U.S v Moussaoui)

The Bush administration and the Justice Department did everything they could to cover up the Chechen links of Zacarious Moussaoui by obstructing investigations by field agents from FBI field offices in Minnesota and Phoenix. This is a true missing of 9/11.

Chechen terrorist cell present in Atlanta between Oct. to Dec. 2000 prior to 9/11 was supported by the United States government and some US corporations years prior to 9/11. American Committee for Peace in Chechnya was created for this reason. See article by John Laughland
As confirmed in this interview with inside contact in law enforcement in Atlanta by CopWatch East Atlanta, corruption played a prominent role in ensuring that the seven Chechen interpol suspects were not investigated.