The Underwear Bomber: More to the story Kurt Haskell describes The Well Dressed Man and the Man in Orange
by Pete Johnson
As we all know, on Christmas Day Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (Mutallab) boarded a plane in Denmark with a makeshift bomb hidden in his underwear. Thanks to an alert passenger and the technical difficulty involved, the bomb did not detonate, the bomber caught himself on fire, the plane landed safely and the young man, Mutallab, is in custody.
The performance of the corporately controlled Orwellian media is again abysmal to the point of being a joke. We must ask ourselves, “why?”
Enter Kurt Haskell.
Michigan attorney Kurt Haskell witnessed two important events, neither of which has been widely reported although his testimony and collaborating testimony is available via You Tube videos of local news coverage including Mlive (Michigan live), NPR, Fox News, Antiwar radio, and Alex Jones’ Prison Planet.
Mr. Haskell reports that he and his wife were sitting on the floor in a crowed room playing cards when he witnessed the so-called “Sharp Dressed Man.” Haskell, who speaks carefully as an attorney, states that while Mutallab was poorly dressed, his friend was dressed in an expensive suit. He says the suited ‘Indian’ man asked ticket agents whether a supposed ‘Sudanese refugee’ (the terrorist, Mutallab) could board without a passport. The sharp-dressed man said, ‘He’s from Sudan and we do this all the time.’ Mr. Haskell makes clear that this does not mean that Mutallab did not have a passport, only that the well-dressed man attempted and evidently succeeded in getting him on a plane with-out displaying a passport. Haskell has clarified that the Indian-looking man could have been Pakistani or other, that he would not have been able to discern nationality. Mr. Haskell has confirmed that surveillance video would have been taken in this crowed departure area (in Amsterdam), but complains that they have not been released.