Kurt Haskell

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(lawyer, investigator, reporter)
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Residence Costa Rica
Spouse Lori Haskell
Interests Underwear bombing

Kurt Haskell is a US lawyer who, with his wife, was on board Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on December 25, 2009, when Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (the 'underwear bomber') apparently tried to detonate a bomb in his underwear. Haskell and his wife Lori both overheard that Abdulmutallab was let on the plane without a passport after the intervention of a much older man who was accompanying him. After this event, Haskell reports a pattern of active disinterest in his testimony by the US authorities. He has carried out his own investigation into the incident and believes it was a false flag designed to promote the "war on terror", which was failing to capture the public imagination after 8 years without a terrorist incident in USA.

Testimony

Initially, the corporate media were keen to report on Kurt Haskell.

Kurt Haskell was initially interviewed by commercially-controlled media, but they later lost interest[citation needed].

Haskell reports that the US authorities announced that they had detained the people responsible for the attack.

FBI

Haskell reports that the FBI showed little interest in his testimony about the sharply dressed Indian, and he construed their questions as efforts to try to sew seeds of uncertainty in his mind about the episode.

Legal follow up

Kurt Haskell, as a lawyer, considered taking legal action against the US government, but took a pragmatic decision not to, considering that they had far more resources to bear than him, and it was not an area of his legal expertise.

Research

The event lead Haskell to intensively research what happened that day. He was told by an anonymous source that there were 50 FBI waiting for the plane to land in Michigan. He concluded that the 'underwear bomb' was a deliberate failure intended to boost the flagging "war on terror", which had lacked such a high profile incident since 9-11.

Later activities

Haskell has testified on independent media about the underwear bombing[1] and has energetically researched other false flag attacks. He has published on Natural News.[2] Haskell and his wife left USA and now live in Costa Rica.[3]

"Rebekah Roth"

Full article: “Rebekah Roth”

In 2015, Kurt Haskell was investigating the various identities of "Rebekah Roth".[4]



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