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Thursday, December 08, 2005

Andrew McCarthy's must read analysis of 9/11 Commission's burying vital Able Danger intelligence

Folks, if you don't read anything else today, you will want to read this outstanding piece critiquing the deficient performance of the self-aggrandizing 9/11 Commission and their purposefully sweeping the Able Danger intel identifying Mohammad Atta and possible other 9/11 terrorists under their self-serving political rug(s).

McCarthy has done a great job pulling all this together for us, including important facts provided by former F.B.I. Director Louie Freeh, who has complained of Clinton administration barriers erected to prohibit the flow of vital intelligence information through necessary channels to adequately protect the American people.

I would also ask if Able Danger documents were among those classified documents purloined from the National Archives by Sticky Fingers Sandy Berger, former defense counsel to Pres. Bill Clinton, and destroyed.... and why isn't that being thoroughly investigated....?

And who did Berger telephone from the National Archives while going through classified materials....? Inquiring minds want to know....

You can read the beginning of McCarthy's piece below or all of it here.
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"It’s Time To Investigate Able Danger and the 9/11 CommissionCrucial questions have gone unanswered too long."

'Tis the season when annual performance awards are handed out. If there is one for chutzpah, could there possibly be a more worthy candidate than the 9/11 commission?

It appears that this panel, an astronomically overrated study in self-absorption, is finally going away. You can never be too sure, of course. Clinging to the last fading glimmers of limelight, the august commissioners have already once overcome statutory death. Resurrecting themselves as an ombudsman through the miracle of private financing, they've been keen to morph from our high-profile raconteurs to our high-profile conscience. What they are, though, is a high-profile debacle.

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