World Trade -- Acknowledgement

From: Sellam Ismail <>
Date: Wed Sep 12 15:50:14 2001

On Wed, 12 Sep 2001, Richard Erlacher wrote:

> They will endeavor to gain favor with the West by giving him up, as
> their only other option will be to suffer a terrible punishment.
> Though it's easily possible, and possibly warranted, it's not likely
> the U.S. will have to reduce the entirety of Afghanistan to a lifeless
> cinder, just to get this guy. There's a civil war going on there
> right now, and who ends up with the upper hand is still a question.

As an aside, who do you think is responsible, both directly and
indirectly, for helping to put the Taliban in power? You guessed it!
Our own American Government.

> I think the die is cast where Bin Laden is concerned. The gov is
> determined to "get" him, and that's what they'll likely do. I just
> hope it's really he who is determined later to have been the one
> responsible for this attack, for which he seems to be getting the
> blame. If that's the case, no punishment will be severe enough.

The FBI is handling this case. Three words: Wen Ho Lee. Enough said.

I don't think we'll ever really know who did it.

Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer Festival
International Man of Intrigue and Danger
Received on Wed Sep 12 2001 - 15:50:14 BST

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