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They said the committee had sent four formal requests for information to the Pentagon and two to the Justice Department, and received little response
"Our efforts have been met with delay, the production of little that was not already publicly available, and shifting reasons why the departments are withholding the documents and witnesses that we have requested," they wrote. "Unfortunately, it is impossible for us to avoid reaching the conclusion that the departments simply do not want to cooperate with our investigation."
Gates also has issued new regulations, including restrictions on how privately owned guns can be carried or stored at military installations. Hasan had little or no access to military firearms in his job as a psychologist, but was able to buy two handguns and bring them onto the base.
Al-Awlaki's has reportedly met privately with at least two of the 9/11 hijackers. Due to these contacts, investigators suspect al-Awlaki may have known about the 9/11 attacks in advance. U.S. intelligence has intercepted emails between al-Awlaki and accused Fort Hood shooter, Nidal Malik Hasan and after the Fort Hood shooting, al-Awlaki praised Hasan's actions
They also want to have interviews arranged with Pentagon and FBI officials who investigated Hasan after his contact with radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.
Originally posted by IandEye
"allowed" or "supposed" to happen?