posted on Jan, 21 2004 @ 02:41 AM
2 on 9/11 Panel Are Questioned on Earlier Security Roles
By ERIC LICHTBLAU and JAMES RISEN
Published: January 15, 2004
ASHINGTON, Jan. 14 — The executive director of the independent commission investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks has become a witness in
the inquiry and has been interviewed by his own staff about his involvement in shaping the Bush administration's early counterterrorism strategy,
officials said on Wednesday.
In addition, one of the 10 commissioners on the panel, a deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration, was also interviewed this week. The
unusual dual roles of the director, Philip D. Zelikow, and the commissioner, Jamie S. Gorelick, have raised fresh questions about potential conflicts
of interest in the commission, which has been dogged by concerns about its independence since it was created in 2002.
Is it just me or shouldn't people who are somehow connected to 9-11 not be involved in the investigation of 9-11! Isn't this spose to be a
I read a couple weeks ago on how a member of the 9-11 investigation was digging too deep, and Bush gave him a job in a higher position. It is so
obvious that they have something to hide. Bush originally selected Henry Kissinger to head the investigation.......that should of told us everything
we need to know on the Bush Administrations real intentions into solving 9-11.
Yeah he's going to be real nonpartisan! (sarcastic obviously)