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originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: jtrenthacker
Clearly Bush played that role well but I don't believe everyone in charge during the year of 2001 were all complete morons.
It's clear many warnings were blatantly ignored.
The commission's final report was lengthy and based on extensive interviews and testimony. Its primary conclusion was that the failures of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation permitted the terrorist attacks to occur and that had these agencies acted more wisely and more aggressively, the attacks could potentially have been prevented.
originally posted by: hellobruce
originally posted by: kloejen
Pentagon videos still under wraps,
No they are not....
2. In 2002, five frames of video were released that did nothing to clear up the confusion. The frames showed a blur that appeared too small to be a 757 followed by a large explosion and fireball. The government contended that no other video existed. But that lie didn’t last.
3. There were Freedom of Information Act requests for the surveillance video but they were denied. First, there were no tapes that corresponded to the requests, then there were but they couldn’t be released because of the legal case against Zaccarias Moussaoui, and finally they were deemed “exempt from disclosure” by the Department of Justice.
4. In 2006, more video was released from the same angle as the 2002 frames. This did nothing to prove that a 757 had hit the building, instead just adding to the controversy.