U.C.R. 'In the News': NewsMax.com

CLICK HERE to read NewsMax.Com about U.C.R.'s research
into How the United Arab Emirates and Richard Clarke
Saved Osama bin Laden's Life in the 'Money Camps'™

April 12, 2006: Mr. Kenneth Timmerman reports in NewsMax.com about U.C.R.'s investigation into the royal falconry camps, hosted by U.S. 'allies' from the Arabian Gulf, where al-Qaeda's leaders arrive as V.I.P. guests for one-month falconry hunting forays.

A journalist of international acclaim, in 2006 Ken Timmerman  was nominated for the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize.  Ken contacted the Union for the Conservation of Raptors to research his story which corroborates U.C.R.'s evidentiary exhibits on the royal falconry camps, hosted by U.S. 'friends' from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.  These are the 'Money Camps' where al-Qaeda's leaders arrive to recieve cash, cars, medicine, and weapons.

Richard Clarke saved the life of Osama bin Laden , when he 'tipped off' Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed about a CIA plan to bomb a falconry camp hosted by Sheikh Mohammed's full-brother, the U.A.E. Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed al-Nahayyan.  After Mr. Clarke saved the lives of Osama bin Laden and Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed, Sheikh Mohammed awarded Mr. Clarke with an extraordinarily lucrative sales contract to sell 80 F-16 war jets to the United Arab Emirates. Fact: Richard Clarke's U.S. $ 6.4 billion jet deal is today supplying the world's most sophisticated fighter jets to operational allies and protectors of Osama bin Laden.

The '20th hijacker' on 9/11, Mohammed al-Qahtani, was paid and directed by 6 U.A.E. nationals.  Mr. al-Qahtani who was a falconer for U.A.E. leaders and also for Osama bin Laden, is now in the custody of U.S. forces at Guantanamo Bay.

This breaking news represents the first tangible evidence of the United Arab Emirates providing material support to the 9/11 terrorists. U.C.R. is in contact with key Congressmen and Senators on Capitol Hill, requesting that Mr. al-Qahtani's interrogation transcripts, and identities of those six U.A.E. nationals, to be publicly disclosed to the American public.

Success in today's 'war on terror', depends on shutting down
al-Qaeda's royal falconry camps