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KSLA TV-12, Shreveport covers Hicks' ignored Dept. of Justice complaint regarding the murder of 9/11 whistle-blower Dr. David Graham.
Who Killed Dr. Graham?
[An exceprt from the book proposal for Slingshot to the Juggernaut.]
When a homeless man moved into an old trailer on
his property, Dr. David Graham didn’t call the cops. He brought out hot
soup and clean clothes. He brought a spirit of healing. He struck up a
conversation. In time, the homeless guy got back on his feet. When the
local drug-dealing DA framed a young Air Force soldier for murder, it
was Dr. Graham who championed the accused, defending the airman’s
innocence on his AM radio show. Graham worked with a good lawyer, and
the charges were over-turned. That lawyer became a close friend of
Graham’s, and delivered a blistering eulogy at Graham’s funeral.
of course, God, or history, or the Hegelian Spirit of Freedom chose the
stalwart Dr. Graham for this ominous task: Graham met two of the 9/11
hijackers, ten months before 9/11, in his crooked, Southern, little
home city of Shreveport, Louisiana. Graham exhibited his trademark
tenacity. He researched the 9/11 attacks, and tried to figure out why
the FBI had ignored his warnings. Graham’s integrity lead directly to
his untimely death from poisoning, three years ago.
death was not in vain. Graham was an evangelical Christian, who
believed in the resurrection. Graham’s own death leads to a unique form
of new life. His death was murky and weird, but it rejuvenates interest
in these gnawing questions:
who were the '9/11 hijackers'? Who helped them while they were in the
US? What was their relationship to the darker shadows of US Federal law
enforcement and intelligence?
line of inquiry is even more poignant when one remembers that the media
post-9/11 were reporting numerous stories about the impending “9/11
Trials” of the many accomplices to the “19 hijackers.” In fact, John
Ashcroft reported that his Department of Justice has detained “nearly
1000 individuals” for aiding and abetting the hijackers. Yet almost all
were quietly and individually released. The widows and grieving parents
of the 9/11 victims families still ache for justice. They are still
waiting for the promised “9/11 trials” of the accomplices.
death was at the hands of those accomplices. It is a heinous crime. But
his death is just one part of the biggest crime of our time. With Dr.
Graham’s death, the 9/11 cover-up reaches a new low: Graham is the
first 9/11 American truth researcher to die. And unfortunately, the FBI
is the top suspect. But his death was not in vain. It is a vibrant,
direct path to the truth about the 9/11 accomplices.
the wake of his death, the FBI denied meeting with Graham before 9/11.
But that day in the FBI’s tiny white lobby, agent Steven Hayes admitted
that he had in fact met with Graham before the attacks. From the
conversation with Hayes, I gathered that the wealthy Shreveport
terrorist handler M.J. Khan was likely an FBI informant. Hayes talked
too much, and he contradicted the FBI’s previous statements.
he lost control. He called security on us, to force two pesky reporters
to stop asking questions. He had to. He was having a hard time talking
to us. He was stammering. He glared at me hard through the one inch
thick plexiglass. This story is big, his body language seemed to plead.
It’s bigger than me, and it’s bigger than you. Locking eyes with Hayes,
there was a tremor, deep inside him, and a tick in one eye. It was as
if he said,
Help me. We killed this guy. It was not right. This is not what I signed up for.
do we really know about 9/11? The truth about 9/11 should be a
provocative, national political issue. But it’s seldom discussed with
candor in mainstream media. Graham’s story is the kind of compelling,
small town underdog story that will change all that.
Graham was a Vietnam veteran, and had been a medical volunteer. He had
been a serial entrepreneur, and an innovative dentist. He met Nawaf
Al-Hazmi and Fayed Banihammad (two of the nineteen 9/11 hijackers) in
his hometown of Shreveport ten months before 9/11. He warned the FBI
that he found two young Saudi “medical students” suspicious. But he was
verbally abused and threatened by FBI. When 9/11 happened, this same
Nawaf Al-Hazmi was accused of being one of Bin Laden’s right-hand men.
That’s strange, because Al-Hazmi and his cohort Khalid Al-Mihdhar had
been protected by various agencies of the Federal government, multiple
With a background in scientific
dentistry research, Graham kept records with a tight,
laboratory-standards kind of rigor. He secretly video-taped himself
speaking about the terrorist meetings, after 9/11, with M. J. Khan, and
the other Arab terrorist handler he had known. The video-tapes, made
available online by this author, prove Graham’s credibility, and wiles.
[See the “Collateral News” pieces online at YouTube—they are compelling.]
Graham’s relationship with the blond albino Pakistani hustler (and
probable FBI informant) M.J. Khan is a story in itself. Khan had
special access to Barksdale U.S. Air Force base, where he enjoyed
dating women of the U.S. military. Meanwhile, Khan was giving money and
shelter to the “ringleaders” of the 9/11 attacks: Nawaf Al-Hazmi,
Khalid Al-Mihdhar and their companion, the “muscle” hijacker Fayed
Let’s repeat those first two names. Nawaf Al-Hazmi and Khalid Al-Mihdhar.
As Dr. Graham’s memory passes from we the living into American history,
the names of those two young Saudis will keep on coming back up. The
aegis of Federal protection was always hovering over those two, Bin
Laden’s right-hand men.