Thursday, August 11, 2005

Able Danger

The 9/11 Commission was told about the Able Danger report identifying Mohammed Atta and not only rejected the report on early identification of the chief hijacker on at least two occasions but apparently lied about even knowing anything about it. Unless of course you'll believe that the Commission simply "forgot" about it.

9/11Commission co-chairman Lee Hamilton’s earlier statement alludes to a cover-up:

"The Sept. 11 commission (search) did not learn of any U.S. government knowledge prior to 9/11 of surveillance of Mohammed Atta or of his cell,“ said Hamilton, a former Democratic congressman from Indiana. "Had we learned of it obviously it would’ve been a major focus of our investigation.""

Dr. Sanity explores a possible connection between this and Sandy "Hotpants" Berger. See her timeline in "Motive For Berger's Bizarre Behavior".

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