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"Stolen Cars of Al-Qaeda" Intelligence Summit March 2007 St Pete Fl Only Bright Spot Was PI Bill Warner.

Intelligence Summit Conference 2007 Conference March 5-7 St Petersburg Fl

The US Intelligence community recently convened in St Petersburg, Florida, for an “Intelligence Summit” to discuss militant Islam. by Claude Salhani, UPI International Editor  St. Petersburg FL (UPI) Mar 09, 2007

The information about the "Stolen Cars of Al-Qaeda That Financed Terrorism" originated at the Intelligence Summit Conference and was presented by Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner.

Old pros from America’s secretive world of espionage and counterterrorism emerged temporarily from the shadows to convene for a three-day “Intelligence Summit” in a downtown hotel in St. Petersburg, Fla., earlier this week. They were joined by a handful of allies from friendly countries — mostly from Israel — to discuss what they see as the number one threat facing Western democracies, the ever-increasing form of militant Islam and its indiscriminate use of terrorism.

The summit gathered a mixed bag of spooks, former spooks from a variety of agencies, including the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency and a multitude of others with acronyms typically comprehensible only by those in the business.

The object of the “Summit” says John Loftus, the president of the Intelligence Summit, is “to bring together professionals from this non-conformist world and help them compare notes, make new contacts and to learn how to cut through the bureaucracy that often weighs down such elite forces.”

But the man who until recently was the United State’s chief master spy — John Negroponte — and who was given by President George W. Bush the position of Director of Central Intelligence, a prestigious job from where he oversaw the functions of all 16 U.S. intelligence agencies, sees things very differently. Negroponte tried to prevent federal agents from attending the Florida conference, saying the government would not reimburse those who made the trip, said Loftus.

When asked to comment, Negroponte’s office at the State Department referred the issue to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. But a spokesman for the DNI chose not to comment. Other participants who enjoy lucrative contracts with the U.S. government, such as some of the firms operating in Iraq, told United Press International they were warned the government would deny them future contracts if they participated in the Intelligence Summit, according to several participants.

In the meantime the threats remain real. Such as one expert (PI Bill Warner) who revealed that Islamist groups with ties to al-Qaida are operating a network of stolen luxury cars from their base in Tampa, Fla., just miles from the headquarters of the U.S. Central Command, the group tasked with eradicating the Islamist terrorist threat in the Middle East.
Intelligence Summit; Bill Warner held a keynote session ‘How al Qaeda’s stateside operations are killing our troops in Fred Edwards…..March 23, 2007 —

Mohammed Atta, one of the ringleaders of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, was a used car salesman before being recruited to become a suicide pilot. Although the following about al Qaeda’s smuggling ring in the United States may be a coincidence, read on to see how bizarre this used car operation would be if it wasn’t true.

During a March intelligence conference in St. Petersburg, Fla., several speakers explained how al Qaeda and Hezbollah have infiltrated America’s homeland. Then on March 7, John J. Loftus, the summit organizer, and Bill Warner held a keynote session titled “The Terrorists Among Us: Al Qaeda’s Car Bomb Ring in America.”

They explained that al Qaeda’s smuggling operation actually consists of three types of vehicles: luxury cars, certain SUV models, and junkers. Al Qaeda agents ship them to their destinations through almost every major U.S. port, — and, according to the speakers, it’s happening today. Here are the details.

How to launder a luxury car…. First you get a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) from a demolished high-end vehicle in an American junkyard. Next you steal an unblemished car of the same make, model, and color. You take it to an al Qaeda lot or chop shop and transfer the VIN from the wrecked vehicle. Finally you ship it overseas as a legitimately titled vehicle.

When it arrives in, say, Saudi Arabia, it’s sold as an ordinary, legal luxury car, and the profits go to al Qaeda. But is there any money in it? You bet. There’s no real overhead to steal the car, so if it costs $2,000 to ship it and the vehicle sells for $40,000, al Qaeda nets $38,000. That’s just one vehicle. Think of a half-dozen or more major American ports and do the math.

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