Friday, August 12, 2005

Details, details

WASHINGTON - The Sept. 11 commission knew military intelligence officials had identified lead hijacker Mohamed Atta as a member of al-Qaida who might be part of U.S.-based terror cell more than a year before the terror attacks but decided not to include that in its final report, a spokesman acknowledged Thursday.

I remember, as I read the report, reminding myself that it was a publication of the US government, not an exposé. I was conscious that there were topics being avoided, and things we weren't being told. But wow, this is a big one.
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