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Mutmaßlicher Attentäter an 9/11 auf Flug United Airlines 93
Offizielle Angaben des FBI Name: Saeed Alghamdi Possible residence(s): Delray Beach, Florida. Alias: Abdul Rahman Saed Alghamdi; Ali S Alghamdi; Al-Gamdi; Saad M.S. Al Ghamdi; Sadda Al Ghamdi; Saheed Al-Ghamdi; Seed Al Ghamdi
Timeline Said Al-Ghamdi erhielt möglicherweise in den 1990ern ebenso wie vier weitere mutmaßliche Hijacker eine Ausbildung auf einer US-Militärbasis - hier die Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla.
Lebenszeichen "Mr Al-Ghamdi was named as a terrorist on the United Airlines flight that crashed in Pennsylvania - a plane said by some experts to have been heading for the White House. He first knew that he was on the FBI's list when he was told by a colleague. Speaking from Tunisia, he said: "I was completely shocked. For the past 10 months I have been based in Tunis with 22 other pilots learning to fly an Airbus 320. The FBI provided no evidence of my presumed involvement in the attacks. 'You cannot imagine what it is like to be described as a terrorist - and a dead man - when you are innocent and alive.' The airline was angry too. Officials brought Mr Al-Ghamdi back to Saudi Arabia last week for a 10-day holiday to avoid arrest or interrogation. An official said: 'We are consulting lawyers about what action to take to protect the reputation of our pilots.' Mr Al-Ghamdi faced further embarrassment when CNN, the American television network, flashed a photograph of him around the world, naming him as a hijack suspect. The FBI had published his personal details but with a photograph of somebody else, presumably a hijacker who had 'stolen' his identity. CNN, however, showed a picture of the real Mr Al-Ghamdi. He said that CNN had probably got the picture from the Flight Safety flying school he attended in Florida. CNN has since broadcast a clarification saying that the photograph may not be that of the accused."
Quellen  Alleged Hijackers May Have Trained at U.S. Bases -- MSNBC News  Revealed: the men with stolen identities -- Telegraph, 23.09.2001