Aug 052022

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The story of the ‘magic passport’ found on 9/11 is so unbelievable that an unidentified former high-level intelligence official claimed that “Whatever trail was left was left deliberately—for the F.B.I. to chase.”(New Yorker, 8 October 2001 – ).

Nevertheless, a recent French documentary about the story of the FBI from its beginning to the 2000s gave us some interesting details about how the passport of Satam Al Suqami was found (this passport hads sometimes be mistakenly referred to as belonging to Mohamed Atta, not Al Suqami).

Interviewed during this documentary, FBI agent Dan Coleman explains that the passport was not found by any agent on the WTC site, but that it had been given to a detective by a mysterious man who “ran off” after having handed the passport.

Transcript of Dan Coleman talking about the passport:

“First day we had the passport of Satam al-Suqami. That was given to a New York City detective from the fifth precinct that was down there, trying to talk to people as they were coming out to the buildings. And it was handed him [but] by the time he looked up again, the guy who had handed it to him [had] run off, you know, which made sense. And that passport was given to a detective on the Joint Terrorism Task Force. So, by that evening we had it, the detective Marty Mann, from a detective of fifth precinct had given it to him and it was bagged up, and you know. But it was also — we realised by then, because we’d gotten some communication back with headquarters that this was the passport of one of the people that headquarters had identified as one of the 19 probable hijackers. We couldn’t have done any of that, because basically, the 212 telephone exchange, the building that housed the exchange was on fire and was . . . didn’t work anymore.”

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