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On October 26, 2004, over 100 respected individuals and family members launched a massive drive calling for an immediate inquiry into evidence that suggest high level government officials may have deliberately allowed the attacks on September 11, 2001 to occur.
An August 31, 2004 Zogby poll indicated that almost 50% of New Yorkers believe the government had prior knowledge and failed to act with 66% wanting a new 9-11 investigation.
Organizers of this effort call the recent 9-11 Kean Commission the "9-11 Omission Commission." They are focusing on twelve questions highlighting areas of "incriminating evidence that were either inadequately explored or ignored by the Kean Commission."
These areas in question span from insider trading, funding of the hijackers to intense warnings from foreign governments that were ignored and inactive defenses around the Pentagon. This group is asking for four immediate things to happen:
(1) an immediate investigation by Eliot Spitzer, Attorney General for the State of New York,
(2) Congressional hearings,
(3) media analysis and
(4) formation of a "truly independent citizens-based inquiry."
According to their press release, below is a list of requests and questions.
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