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Airlines sue FBI, CIA over Sept. 11

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posted on Aug, 7 2007 @ 06:57 PM
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I don't think this will go anywhere but it is interesting never less:



Airlines and aviation-related companies sued the CIA and the FBI on Tuesday, asking a federal court to let them interview investigators who can tell whether the aviation industry was to blame for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks or whether it had acted reasonably.

The separate lawsuits in U.S. District Court in Manhattan asked a judge to order the government to let the aviation companies gather the information as part of their defense against lawsuits brought by victims or families of victims of the 2001 attacks.

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posted on Aug, 7 2007 @ 07:17 PM
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Every time that something 9/11 related hits the courts I take heart because it means there is a chance that some loose end will start to unravel and wrap itself around one of the perp's necks. This whole business has been like an overripe fruit ready to fall for a long time.

I thought the insurance companies interests would split the whole thing wide open but they didn't for a number of reasons. (See the end of the thread "911: A question of insurance," for the reasons why.) Anyway, it's an interesting development.



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