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The House Intelligence Committee on Friday released the long-sought 28 classified pages of the 9/11 report on “intelligence community activities before and after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001” which could implicate Saudi involvement in funding the Islamic terrorist hijackers.
A 2002 Joint Congressional inquiry produced the 9/11 report. The George W. Bush Administration deemed 28 pages of that report classified and withheld the information from public release citing that releasing the pages could compromise intelligence sources and methods.
Chunks - Redactions - Pages - Report - Section
Chunks of redactions remain in the 28 pages of the report. One section reads in part, “Prior to September 11th, the FBI apparently did not focus investigative resources on (redacted text) Saudi nationals in the United States due to Saudi Arabia’s status as an American ‘ally.’”
The 28-page release was anticipated based on a report from CNN that cited sources and a comment from Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) who said the release would come soon and that the House Intelligence Committee was to receive the pages on Thursday or Friday. Schiff warned that the committee would received a “redacted report” for release.
Recommendation - Committee - Establishment - Director - National
The first recommendation of the committee called for the establishment of a Director of National Intelligence (DNI) as expressed in a January 2003 letter to then-Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet and signed by Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Bob Graham, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Porter Goss, Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Richard Shelby, and House Intelligence Committee member Nancy Pelosi.
The letter to Tenet stated in part, “The Joint Inquiry found...
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