Carol Platt Liebau: More on 9/11 Commission

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

More on 9/11 Commission

The Pentagon is having a hard time finding the supporting documents, but now Col. Shaffer's account -- that Able Danger had identified Mohammed Atta before the 9/11 attacks, and the 9/11 Commission knew it -- appears to have been corroborated by an active-duty Navy captain.


Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Once again, with the Able Danger--what's up with that? So far, we have all of the prinicpals making statements, recanting statements, contradicting themselves, and then denying everything.

Ok, ok, let's pretend it is all true. and see where it leads us. Here's what we have

A small group of Defense Intelligence Agency employees ran the Able Danger operation from fall 1999 to February 2001 - just seven months before the terrorist attacks - when the operation was unceremoniously axed, according to a former defense intelligence official familiar with the program. The former official asked not to be identified.--Times Herald 8/13/2005

So Able Danger had supposedly identified and were tracking a terrorist ring, and shortly after President Bush is sworn into office, the program is "unceremoniously axed?" This dovetails nicely with Condi ignoring Richard Clark in late January, and Dick Cheney not holding a terrorism task force meeting until September 10.

Able Danger--yet one more piece in the "Bush didn't care about terrorism" puzzle.

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