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9-11 Judge Nominated for Attorney General

September 17, 2007

It is widely reported that President George W. Bush will nominate former Manhattan federal Judge Michael [Bernard] Mukasey to replace Alberto Gonzales as attorney general. With the fraudulent "War on Terror" in full swing and with 9-11 cases in legal limbo, this is a critical appointment at a crucial time.
As I had expected, Bush has appointed a Zionist with close ties to the State of Israel. Mukasey, if confirmed as U.S. Attorney General, will protect the Zionist state and its agents who are suspected of involvement in the false-flag terror attacks of 9-11. Mukasey already has a long record of doing this as the presiding judge of other cases closely connected with 9-11, such as the Larry Silverstein insurance claims against the insurers, the Jose Padilla "dirty bomber" case, and the first WTC bombing case.
Mukasey is a man who is already deeply engaged in the cover-up of 9-11. As the title of a recent Associated Press says, "Mukasey Has Long Terror Resume."
"Retired judge Michael Mukasey is intimately familiar with the nation's legal battles over terrorism. He played a central role in such cases for over a decade," Devlin Barrett wrote for the AP, "much of that time getting around-the-clock protection from armed guards."
Mukasey has also been involved in cases involving Holocaust-era claims against European insurance companies and a case about ownership of gold mines.
As I wrote in "The 9-11 Conundrum: Who will replace Alberto Gonzales?" posted on March 20, 2007:
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is currently being described as "embattled" and may be forced to resign over his handling of the prosecutors' firings. It looks like there is a well orchestrated plan to replace him. Who will replace Gonzales? With terrorist confessions coming out from Guantanamo from people like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, claiming to be the mastermind of 9-11, how will the next Attorney General respond?
How can the Dept. of Justice allow the "mastermind" of 9-11 to avoid being tried in a U.S. court for the murder of 3,000 people on 9-11?
Who will be the first relative to sue the detainee known as KSM for the murder of their loved one? Only by bringing KSM into court will the necessary discovery and evidence be presented. This is the only way we can hope to learn who was really behind the terror attacks of 9-11.
This is the 9-11 conundrum facing the Dept. of Justice and the American nation. Who will be the Attorney General when these issues come to the fore?
Michael Bernard Mukasey is described as "a 66-year-old native New Yorker," for example in the New York Post, who reported that he will face little resistance from Senate Democrats. With Mukasey's Zionist credentials he is most certainly bound to be approved by the Zionist-controlled Senate.
None of the articles, however, describe Mukasey as an orthodox Jew who is closely connected with the Kehilath Jeshurun Synagogue of New York, an orthodox and Zionist synagogue that is affiliated with the Ramaz yeshiva schools.
The Ramaz schools (lower, middle, and upper) take their name from the initial (RMZ) of the Russian-born Zionist leader Rabbi Moses Zevulun Margolies, (1851-1936).
In 1994, when Mukasey was a federal judge in the Southern District of New York and was hearing the case of the first "false flag" bombing of the WTC, his wife, the former Susan Bernstock Saroff, was the headmistress of the Ramaz Lower School.
Michael B. Mukasey married Susan Bernstock Saroff in July 1974. They were married by Rabbi Judah Nadich, the first adviser on Jewish Affairs to General Dwight Eisenhower, the commander of the U.S. forces in Europe. Nadich was involved with the displaced person (DP) camps and requested that the Jewish DPs have their own camps and receive preferable treatment in such things as food and emmigration to the United States.
See: Judah Nadich (1912 — 2007)
Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bernstock. Her marriage with Mr. Saroff had ended in divorce.
Michael Bernard Mukasey was born on July 28, 1941, to Albert Mukasey and his wife, the former Mae Fischer. He has a sister named Rhoda Eckstein, who evidently married a Norbert Eckstein. Albert Mukasey died in September 1972 and Mae Fischer Mukasey died in February 1975.
Mukasey and his [adopted] lawyer son, Marc, are closely connected with GOP presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani - both serving on his judicial advisory committee. Marc Saroff Mukasey was a 26-year-old enforcement lawyer at the Securities and Exchange Commission in New York in March 1994 when he married Nancy Eve Rothenberg.
Marc is a partner with Bracewell & Giuliani LLP. In 2005, former New York City mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani joined the firm as a senior partner. Both Michael and Marc are generous donors to the Giuliani campaign, having contributed more than $10,000 since December 2006. Michael, the nominee for attorney general, is also a generous donor to Joseph Lieberman, a fellow orthodox Jew.
Source: Open Secrets
Michael Mukasey swore in Mayor-elect Giuliani in 1994 and again in 1998. Sen. Charles Schumer, a Democrat from New York, has long supported Mukasey, a Republican, for the nation's top law-enforcement spot.
Mukasey spent 19 years as a judge after he was appointed by President Reagan. He was chief judge in Manhattan federal court for his final six years on the bench. He retired from public service in 2006 to become a partner at the law firm of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler. As a judge, Mukasey presided over the trial of Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, who was convicted of bombing the World Trade Center in 1993 and plotting to hit other city landmarks. In the same way that Judge Hyman I. Riebman, another Zionist judge, barred my expert witness from testifying at my trial, Judge Mukasey did the same during the 1995 trial of Rahman, which the New York Times described as a "critical blow" to the defense.
During the trial, Judge Mukasey barred defense lawyers from calling several major witnesses who were experts on Islamic law. The defense had hoped to call the expert witnesses to counter what it called the "prosecution's distortion of Muslim concepts" to incriminate Mr. Abdel Rahman and his 10 co-defendants.
In my case, Judge Riebman refused to allow Gregory Johnson, an expert on police procedures, to testify on how a three-man undercover tactical unit of the Hoffman Estates Police Dept. had responded to my 911 call.
Mukasey sentenced the blind sheik to life in prison and lashed out him for attempting to spill American blood "in a scale unseen in this country since the Civil War."
Mukasey also played a key role in the nation's response to the Sept. 11 attacks, which brought down the World Trade Center towers just blocks from his courthouse. In the days after the attacks, Mukasey and other New York judges worked behind closed doors, seeing some of the first material witnesses detained by federal authorities. This must have included a large number of Israelis, particularly the "five dancing Israelis," who were seen celebrating as they videotaped the destruction of the World Trade Center.
These five Israelis, two of whom were known Mossad agents to U.S. law enforcement, were returned to Israel after having failed lie-detector tests. The jubilant Israeli intelligence agents caught photographing the attacks on the World Trade Center were allowed to return to Israel where they divulged the purpose of their mission on a television program: “Our purpose was to document the event," one of them said in Hebrew.
"They seemed to be taking a movie," the resident who noticed them said. The men were taking video or photos of themselves with the World Trade Center burning in the background, she said. What struck her were the expressions on the men's faces. "They were like happy, you know … They didn't look shocked to me. I thought it was very strange," she said.
She found the behavior so suspicious that she wrote down the license plate number of the van and called the police. The FBI was soon on the scene and a statewide bulletin was issued on the van.
The van belonged to a Mossad front company called Urban Moving Systems. Around 4 p.m. on Sept. 11, the van was pulled over, and five Israelis: Sivan and Paul Kurzberg, Yaron Shmuel, Oded Ellner and Omer Marmari, all between 22 and 27 years old, were arrested at gunpoint. One had $4,700 in cash hidden in his sock while another carried two foreign passports. Box cutters were found in the van.
Photo: Yaron Shmuel, Oded Ellner and Omer Marmari, three of the "Five Dancing Israelis" on Israeli television. Oded Ellner (center) said: “Our purpose was to document the event."
The five men, disguised as moving men, had posed for their video camera with the burning towers in the background, smiling and celebrating by clicking their lighters. Hundreds of innocent Americans trapped in the burning towers were being roasted alive as these Israeli agents celebrated.
See: "The Five Dancing Israelis"
The round-up also included many innocent Muslims. An inspector general's report later found, many of the witnesses were subjected to physical and verbal abuse while held in a Brooklyn jail. 

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