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Background Attack Aftermath Evidence Misinformation Analysis Memorial

FBI Raids Surround Attack

Agents Yank Muslim Websites, Confiscate Videos

Six days before the attack the FBI and 80-member task force descended on InfoCom Corporation in Richardson, Texas to shut it down, including its webservers, removing 500 websites serving largely Arab and Muslim communities. The FBI occupied the building for days, copying documents. 1  

The FBI also promptly scoured the surroundings of the Pentagon to make sure there would be no public airing of any video of the attack. Agents reportedly seized video from both the nearby Sheraton National Hotel and NexComm/Citgo gas station within minutes of the attack. Helicopter footage not seized by the FBI shows an organized group of well-dressed people combing the Pentagon's lawn, also within minutes of the attack.


References

1. US pulls the plug on Muslim websites, Guardian Unlimited, 9/10/01 [cached]

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