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1 26th May 23:22
harry hope
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From The Chicago Sun-Times, 7/28/03:
http://www.suntimes.com/output/terror/cst-nws-intel28.html

Senators say too much of 9/11 report kept secret

July 28, 2003

BY WILLIAM C. MANN

WASHINGTON--

The Bush administration should make public the facts about Saudi
Arabia's complicity with terrorists rather than worry about offending
the kingdom, lawmakers said Sunday.

One senator said 95 percent of the classified pages of a congressional
report into the work of intelligence agencies before the Sept. 11
attacks was kept secret only to keep from embarrassing a foreign
government.

''I think they're classified for the wrong reason,'' Sen. Richard
Shelby, former vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee,
told NBC's ''Meet the Press.''

''I went back and read every one of those pages, thoroughly. ... My
judgment is 95 percent of that information could be declassified,
become uncensored so the American people would know,'' said Shelby
(R-Ala.).

Asked why the section was blacked out, Shelby said: ''I think it might
be embarrassing to international relations.''

In unclassified pages of the report, released Thursday, several
unidentified government officials complained of a lack of Saudi
cooperation.

''According to a U.S. government official, it was clear from about
1996 that the Saudi government would not cooperate with the United
States on matters related to Osama bin Laden,'' the report says.

Bin Laden, head of the al-Qaida terrorist network, was born in Saudi
Arabia to a prominent and rich family.

He turned against the Saudi government after it allowed the United
States to station troops and equipment in the country.

The Saudi government revoked his citizenship.

On "Fox News Sunday," Sen. Bob Graham (D-Fla.), former chairman of the
Senate Intelligence Committee, accused the administration of using
classification to ''disguise and keep from the American people
ineptitude and incompetence, which was a contributing factor toward
Sept. 11.''

He said there might be parts that would compromise sources or methods
of intelligence-gathering, ''but it would be a sentence or a
paragraph, not 28 pages.''

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Now waddya suppose Bush might be hiding?

See http://www.scoop.co.nz/mason/stories/HL0208/S00148.htm

Harry
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2 27th May 22:22
john agosta
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Laugh of the year ! Quoting a Fox News link in an attempt to make a point.
Were you saying "moo" as you typed this post?

Families who have had members of theirs killed on 911, and I'm in that
group,
want to know EVERYTHING about the events leading up to that day.
If you call yourself an American, you should demand the truth, too.

You're afraid of exposing a Saudi connection to 911 and causing "major
havoc?"
What kind of havoc has been caused in the Iraq war?

Screw the Saudis, and anyone else who may be exposed to have complicity in
the 911 matter,
including those who want to protect them.

Welcome to the Bewildered Herd.
Say "moo" one more time, will ya ?
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3 27th May 22:22
john agosta
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Laugh of the year ! Quoting a Fox News link in an attempt to make a point.
Were you saying "moo" as you typed this post?

Families who have had members of theirs killed on 911, and I'm in that
group,
want to know EVERYTHING about the events leading up to that day.
If you call yourself an American, you should demand the truth, too.

You're afraid of exposing a Saudi connection to 911 and causing "major
havoc?"
What kind of havoc has been caused in the Iraq war?

Screw the Saudis, and anyone else who may be exposed to have complicity in
the 911 matter,
including those who want to protect them.

Welcome to the Bewildered Herd.
Say "moo" one more time, will ya ?
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4 27th May 22:22
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http://www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/meast/07/28/saudi.shooting/index.html
http://www.msnbc.com/news/944975.asp?0cv=CB10

Here you go dumbass. If you really want to believe read the Communist News
Network instead.
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5 27th May 22:23
na na
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http://www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/meast/07/28/saudi.shooting/index.html
http://www.msnbc.com/news/944975.asp?0cv=CB10

Here you go dumbass. If you really want to believe read the Communist News
Network instead.
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6 28th May 10:14
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You just lost all credibility with that brain dead statement.

Maybe you liberals should open your eyes once


That's exactly what you should do. I'm beginning to think you know the
truth but are attempting to cover it up.

Its called diplomacy.

It's called a cover up.
You cant just release

You started your post saying Bush wasn't hiding anything. Now you're just
gonna hit reverse?

That would totally stop any progress the Saudis are


Not necessarily. Nice try.
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7 28th May 10:15
righter
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You just lost all credibility with that brain dead statement.

Maybe you liberals should open your eyes once


That's exactly what you should do. I'm beginning to think you know the
truth but are attempting to cover it up.

Its called diplomacy.

It's called a cover up.
You cant just release

You started your post saying Bush wasn't hiding anything. Now you're just
gonna hit reverse?

That would totally stop any progress the Saudis are


Not necessarily. Nice try.
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8 28th May 10:15
eric salmassy
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Ha! A Bush apologist touts "diplomacy". Too funny. You cant


The Nigerian claim is only one of *many* misleading and outright untrue
statements the President has made regarding the justification of war with
Iraq that anybody with the slightest interest in the truth could uncover
with minimal effort.

Bush said that an International Atomic Energy Agency report indicated that
Iraq would have nuclear weapons within six months. There was no such
report.

Bush said that the aluminum tubes imported by Iraq were for enriching
uranium. The IAEA, State Department and Department of Energy *all* said
the tubes were *not* suitable for that purpose.

Bush claimed that Iraq had unmanned "drone" aircraft capable of targeting
the US. The drones have a range of a couple hundered miles - buy an atlas
and get back to me on that one.

Recently Bush said "And we gave him [Saddam] a chance to allow the
inspectors in, and he wouldn't let them in. And, therefore, after a
reasonable request, we decided to remove him from power".

Face it, there was a group within the administration (Cheney, Perle,
Rumsfeld) that pushed questionable and untrue "intelligence" in order to
justify invading Iraq. Bush's only defense is stupidity ("I didn't read
the whole report").


and Britain for that matter. I love how


Another wingnut obsessed with Clinton's penis.
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9 28th May 10:15
john agosta
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It's BS, and you are buying it.
Bush has something to hide.
The victims of 911 deserve to see the truth, not want Bushie wants them to
see.
Don't YOU want to know what's going on with the report?
You don't ? Oh, that's right, you're a cow.


Remember !
DON'T ASK ANY QUESTIONS !!!
Just say, "MOO."
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10 28th May 10:16
eric salmassy
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Ha! A Bush apologist touts "diplomacy". Too funny. You cant


The Nigerian claim is only one of *many* misleading and outright untrue
statements the President has made regarding the justification of war with
Iraq that anybody with the slightest interest in the truth could uncover
with minimal effort.

Bush said that an International Atomic Energy Agency report indicated that
Iraq would have nuclear weapons within six months. There was no such
report.

Bush said that the aluminum tubes imported by Iraq were for enriching
uranium. The IAEA, State Department and Department of Energy *all* said
the tubes were *not* suitable for that purpose.

Bush claimed that Iraq had unmanned "drone" aircraft capable of targeting
the US. The drones have a range of a couple hundered miles - buy an atlas
and get back to me on that one.

Recently Bush said "And we gave him [Saddam] a chance to allow the
inspectors in, and he wouldn't let them in. And, therefore, after a
reasonable request, we decided to remove him from power".

Face it, there was a group within the administration (Cheney, Perle,
Rumsfeld) that pushed questionable and untrue "intelligence" in order to
justify invading Iraq. Bush's only defense is stupidity ("I didn't read
the whole report").


and Britain for that matter. I love how


Another wingnut obsessed with Clinton's penis.
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