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Press Releases: 9/11 Widows Group Decries Pentagon Call for Closed Judiciary Hearings on Able Danger   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Monday, September 19, 2005 - 03:29 PM
Posted by: khence

Vicitms' family groupsFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 11th Advocates Statement
Regarding Senate Judiciary "Able Danger" Hearing
September 19, 2005

We were stunned to learn that the Pentagon is calling for the Senate hearing regarding "Able Danger" scheduled for Wednesday, September 21st, to be closed to the public.

Recall that Able Danger was the data mining operation run out of the Defense Intelligence Agency that allegedly identified four of the 9/11 hijackers one year prior to the attacks. There has been much controversy surrounding these findings and their significance cannot be overstated. This information, relating to Able Danger, changes the entire 9/11 "story" and would therefore impact many of the 9/11 Commission’s recommendations.

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Press Releases: The 9/11 Omission: Did the 9/11 Commission Get it Wrong?   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Saturday, September 17, 2005 - 09:42 PM
Posted by: khence

Events related to 9-11Press Advisory -- September 9, 2005
Contact: John Judge 202-225-1605/



On September 23 and 24, Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA), a member of the Congressional Black Caucus will host two “brain trust” panels at their annual legislative conference to be held at the Washington Convention Center, 801 Mr. Vernon Avenue, NW, Washington, DC on the topic of what was omitted from the 9/11 Commission’s Final Report, unanswered questions that remain and their inadequate recommendations which have failed to make the country safer, to address the true sponsors and causes of the attacks and to properly balance civil liberties and secrecy, security and war. The event is free and open to the public.

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Atta Papers Destroyed on Orders, Congressman Says   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Saturday, September 17, 2005 - 08:25 PM
Posted by: khence

Current News about 9-11By DONNA DE LA CRUZ, AP -- 9/16/2005

WASHINGTON (Sept. 16) - A Pentagon employee was ordered to destroy documents that identified Mohamed Atta as a terrorist two years before the 2001 attacks, a congressman said Thursday.

The employee is prepared to testify next week before the Senate Judiciary Committee and was expected to name the person who ordered him to destroy the large volume of documents, said Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pa.

Weldon declined to name the employee, citing confidentiality matters. Weldon described the documents as "2.5 terabytes" - as much as one-fourth of all the printed materials in the Library of Congress, he added.

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F.A.A. Alerted on Qaeda in '98, 9/11 Panel Said   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Saturday, September 17, 2005 - 08:22 PM
Posted by: khence

Current News about 9-11By ERIC LICHTBLAU -- NY Times -- September 14, 2005

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13 - American aviation officials were warned as early as 1998 that Al Qaeda could "seek to hijack a commercial jet and slam it into a U.S. landmark," according to previously secret portions of a report prepared last year by the Sept. 11 commission. The officials also realized months before the Sept. 11 attacks that two of the three airports used in the hijackings had suffered repeated security lapses.

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Ex-panel Members Reject Atta Allegation   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Saturday, September 17, 2005 - 07:47 PM
Posted by: khence

Current News about 9-11USA Today – p. 6A, Thursday, September 15, 2005

Former members of the 9/11 Commission dismissed assertions that a Pentagon intelligence unit identified lead hijacker Mohamed Atta as a member of al-Qaeda long before the 2001 attacks. Army Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer and Navy Capt. Phillpott have said a classified military intelligence unit known as “Able Danger” identified Atta before the attacks. Shaffer has said three other hijackers were also identified.

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Press Releases: Citizens' Watchdog Group Challenges 9/11 Commissioners to Debate; Says 9/11 Report "Worst Cover-up in History"   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Wednesday, September 14, 2005 - 03:42 PM
Posted by: khence

Press releases of 9/11 CitizensWatchFor Immediate Release -- September 14, 2005

Contact: Kyle F. Hence
401-935-7715 -- kfh@911citizenswatch.org

Citizens' Watchdog Group Challenges 9/11 Commissioners to Debate; Says 9/11 Report "Worst Cover-up in History"

Washington, D.C. -- Claiming the official narrative doesn't hold up under the scrutiny of ignored whistleblowers, academics and truly independent investigators, a leading 9/11 watchdog group today issued a formal challenge to debate the 9/11 Commission's findings, calling upon former 9/11 Commissioners to put real "public discourse' in their 9/11 Public Discourse Project.

Today, the 9/11 Public Discourse Project, the legacy non-profit project of the 9/11 Commission, is issueing its first report on the Congressional response to the 9/11 Commission's recommendations. During a recent C-SPAN interview Vice-Chair Lee Hamilton challenged those who have evidence contrary to the findings of the 9/11 Report to bring it forward into the public arena, this his response to criticism of the 9/11 Report from callers and pressing follow-up questions from Washington Journal's co-host Brian Lamb.

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Open Letter: OPEN LETTER Challenges 9/11 Commissioners to Debate in Public Forum   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Wednesday, September 14, 2005 - 03:38 PM
Posted by: khence

Current News about 9-11OPEN LETTER to the 9/11 Public Discourse Project -- Challenge to a Debate and Forum on the Findings of the 9/11 Report [see also PRESS RELEASE]

[Hand delivered early afternoon -- September 14th, 2005]

9/11 Public Discourse Project
One DuPont Circle, NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036

September 14, 2005

Dear Mr. Hamilton,

During your recent appearance with Brian Lamb on C-SPAN's Washington Journal, you issued a public challenge to those who doubted or questioned the findings of your 9/11 Commission. In the spirit and treasured tradition in this democratic Republic of open public debate, and in the interest of serving the truth, 9/11 CitizenWatch would like to meet that challenge. We propose a formal public debate and forum to examine the findings of the 9/11 Report and provide opportunity for whistleblowers, academics and investigators to challenge those findings. We propose that this debate or forum be moderated and facilitated by former members of the Family Steering Committee who were primarily responsible for the Commission's formation following a year of lobbying. 9/11 CitizensWatch will approach them independently.

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Officials delve deeper into 'Able Danger'   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Monday, September 12, 2005 - 11:33 PM
Posted by: khence

Current News about 9-11[Sen. Spector, Chair of the Judiciary Cmte. to hold hearing on Able Danger, September 21 at 9:30AM. -KFH]

By: KEITH PHUCAS , Times Herald Staff -- 09/12/2005

NORRISTOWN - After nearly a month of searching for evidence of the data-mining operation, "Able Danger," the Pentagon has discovered three individuals who recall the defunct military intelligence program.

This brings the total to five individuals who recall either seeing Sept. 11 hijacker Mohamed Atta's picture or hearing his name mentioned during the 15-month-long Special Operations Command project.

However, the Defense Department still hasn't unearthed any documents related to the "Able Danger" operation, officials said at a Sept. 1 Pentagon briefing, and suggested that the data was purged from computer systems because it included information on "U.S. persons."

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Commentary: 9/11 testimony of 'Inconvenient Patriot' implicates Dennis Hastert, other top officials in al Qaeda-related bribery scandal   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Saturday, September 03, 2005 - 08:43 AM
Posted by: khence

Current News about 9-11By Mike Mejia -- Special Report -- Online Journal Contributing Writer

August 31, 2005—Thanks to a Vanity Fair article penned by British Journalist David Rose, as well as to some excellent follow-up interviews in the alternative press, the final 'dots' in the story of fired FBI contract linguist and 9/11 whistleblower Sibel Edmonds are close to being fully connected.

A case that has been shrouded in unprecedented government secrecy for over three years is finally being forced into sharp focus, giving the mainstream press no more excuses to ignore a scandal that makes Tom DeLay's lobbying shenanigans look like an exercise in 'good government' by comparison. We now have a very good idea of the countries, organizations and individuals Edmonds heard in wiretaps connected with the money laundering, arms dealing and drug trafficking activities that the whistleblower says facilitated the crimes of September 11, 2001.

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Terrorist Known Before 9/11, More Say   Printer friendly page   Send this story to a friend
Friday, September 02, 2005 - 10:36 PM
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Current News about 9-11By THOM SHANKER – The New York Times -- September 2, 2005

WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 - A Defense Department inquiry has found three more people who recall seeing an intelligence briefing slide that identified the ringleader of the Sept. 11 attacks a year before the hijackings and terrorist strikes, Pentagon and military officials said Thursday.

But the officials said investigators who reviewed thousands of documents and electronic files from a secret counterterrorism planning unit had not found the chart itself, or any evidence the chart ever existed.

The officials acknowledged that documents and electronic files created by the unit, known as Able Danger, were destroyed under standing orders that limit the military's use of intelligence gathered about people in the United States.

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Thursday, September 01
·BREAKING!!! - Weldon Says Records Were Ordered Destroyed!! (Able Danger) (0)
Tuesday, August 30
·C-SPAN to broadcast the entirety of the McKinney congressional Briefing on 9/11 (0)
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·Weldon Responds to Omission of ‘Able Danger’ from the 9/11 Report (0)
·CIA Panel: 9/11 Failure Warrants Action (0)
·Getting Agnostic About 9/11: Questioning the Official Version (0)
Thursday, August 25
·Senate May Hold Hearings on Able Danger, Info-Sharing (2)
·Regarding the Release of the CIA Inspector General's Report post- 9/11 (0)
Tuesday, August 23
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·9/11 Widows Further 9/11 Commission “Mistakes” (0)
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