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So again, this is a story that we almost never would have known. Ray : Just to clarify, what exactly does that mean, that a Bayrock employee, what information was sitting around, what happened? Russ : As we understand it, this fellow had been told certain things about the company, who owned it and how it operated. He was an officer of the company and he was out there working on these projects. And this was a real guy, working on hotels and things like that. And if you suddenly find out that you’re in the midst of a thing with a guy who is basically a convicted felon involved with financial scams, mob ties, Ray : The officer of the company? Russ : No, Sater is the guy who is the mob guy. No, the guy who found the papers, who knows the details on that, people sometimes do stupid things. Anyway, he goes and gets a lawyer and says: “I got a problem here, what do I do?” You see, if you’re working with somebody who is a criminal, and you dont reveal that, then you’re potentially on the hook for all of that stuff.
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They clearly left at the last moment. We now know that the FBI belatedly investigated found evidence linking the hijackers to that family and then there was this tremendous cover-up that is continued to this day. To me, that's probably the most explosive of all the stories at WhoWhatWhy . We connected the owner of that house Mr. Zoe. He was the president of the company where his boss, the chairman, was one of most powerful princes in the Saudi royal family, whose father is now the King of Saudi Arabia. So this, I believe, is the lodestone for figuring this whole thing. Pat : RussOh we have to take a break. *laughs* This happens with you. When you're going and then I have to take a break. I would be right back 808-0810. Russ Baker is my guest. His website is whowhatwhy.org and the book that you actually have to own is Family of Secrets . I'm Pat Thurston.
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