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From Associated Press


Bush Administration blocks release of 911 research information


One document is called the PDB, the President’s Daily Brief. The congressional report contains details of PDBs provided to Bush (and top national- security aides) prior to 9-11. The PDBs included warnings about possible attacks by Al Qaeda. (One PDB was given at the presidential ranch in Crawford, Texas, on Aug. 6, and dealt with the possibility that Al Qaeda might hijack airplanes.) But an administration review committee overseen by CIA Director George Tenet has refused to declassify anything that even refers to the existence of PDBs—though they are described on the CIA’s own Web site (www.CIA.gov). A U.S. intelligence official said the review committee must consult with the White House before releasing anything. But the official denied charges by Florida Sen. Bob Graham, a Democratic presidential candidate, that Tenet’s review committee was covering up White House embarrassments. “We’re not playing politics,” the official says. “Our concern is national security.”

Al Qaeda's Summer Plans


The other hot-button issue is the Saudis, sources say. The report discusses evidence that individuals with Saudi government connections may have provided the hijackers aid. One of them is Omar al-Bayoumi, a Saudi student who helped two hijackers get apartments in San Diego. The administration won’t declassify references to al-Bayoumi even though, in response to a NEWSWEEK story, an FBI spokesman confirmed last November that he was being investigated. The report also includes interviews with U.S. officials about Saudi cooperation in the war on terror. Many were critical of the Saudis. The administration is declassifying only the response by former FBI director Louis Freeh praising Saudi assistance on the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing case. The U.S. intelligence official said that, in response to a letter cosigned by Graham and Rep. Porter Goss, House Intelligence Committee GOP chair, the review committee was considering allowing more portions of the report to become public.


I forgot the author's name. Good food for thought, I hope this becomes a big story, especially around the 2004 elections, that 2 faced motherfucker, him and his bossed almost makes me naucious.

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my favorite one line fact from this whole shit, is that we spent 15X more investigating the explosion of the space shuttle, than we did on the investigation of 9.11.

thats hysterical to me. our government sucks so hard, its ridiculous. there was a decent show on abc last night, talking about how everythng the government told us, leading up to war, was a lie. of course they painted our government as inocent pawns, being manipulated by forces within iraq, but even still, it was a start.


and just for the record, the sources that provided the tips about al qaeda where israeli zionist spies operating in america. also for the record, no actual evidence of al qaeda existence in america has ever been found.

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Guest BROWNer

so...why is this chimp still in office again?

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Guest BROWNer
Originally posted by BROWNer

so...why is this chump still in office again?


cuz y'all shook.

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Originally posted by PedroHammers

no more in 2004.



bush will be back. dictators don't need elections.

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unfortunatley i have to agree with you on that, the no more in 2004 is just a dream i guess...

the RNC in NYC should be a fun time though.

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