Retiring U.S Senator, Carl Levin issued several heartfelt speeches last month, most urging the Senate to find a better way of working together to solve the economic crisis that the American people face. But it isn’t those words that bring attention to the false flags ops surrounding Iraq. In an address to the Senate floor in December, Levin acknowledged and released new knowledge surrounding the events of the Iraqi war and 9/11 attacks.
Carl Levin, D-Mich., is considered one of the few in the Senate with some honesty. During his time he had asked for a photo of his brother and himself to be framed and was aghast when those responsible for the carpentry of the Senate refused his payment because it was an ‘official cost’. Unable to process his money, Levin still insisted on paying and sent his money direct to the treasury for processing. It is one of the many ways the man thought. Maybe retirement possessed him to reveal his interpretation of the events that falsely led the American’s to war with Iraq.
When Dick Cheney made an appearance on Meet The Press, he stated that the leader of the 9/11 hijackings, Mohammad Atta met with Iraqi intelligence in Prague some months before the attacks. “It’s been pretty well confirmed that he (Atta) did go to Prague and he did meet with a senior official of the Iraqi intelligence service in Czechoslovakia last April, several months before the attack.”
But Levin has rebutted in one of his final speeches before the Senate, condemning it as false. “Mr. President, those statements were simply not true. We did know. We did know there was no evidence that such a meeting had taken place,” he said. “The Vice President (Dick Cheney) recklessly disregarded the truth, and he did so in a way calculated to maintain support for the administration’s decision to go to war in Iraq.”
There was no evidence of this meeting, according to Levin. There was no evidence that Atta was connected in this way with Iraq and Saddam Hussein. Carl Levin has attempted to press CIA Director John Brennan to declassify the cable pertaining to this and has been met with blatant refusal. 
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 Landay, J.S, (2014, 10 December) Not just torture: Sen says CIA stalling over bogus intelligence that led to Iraq war. http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2014/12/10/249681/not-just-torture-senator-says.html (Retrieved 2015, 8 January)