The 9/11 attack against the U.S. could not have been prevented or predicted
Last updated 2004-05-30
911 for the truth, Phil Berg, former Deputy Attorney General of Pennsylvania represents Ellen Mariani sues Bush for allowing 9/11 to happen.
An FBI translator was bribed not to tell on a coverup of FBI warnings that terrorists inside the US were planning to fly planes into buildings in major US cities.
See testimony and documents at the 9-11 Commission Web site.
The chairman of the independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks, who was appointed by GW Bush, is saying publicly that 9/11 could have and should have been prevented.
Must Read: The American Politics Journal 9/11 investigative reports.
The Institute for Policy Research and Development gives much evidence showing that the Bush administration should have known about the 9/11 attacks. The GW Bush administration withheld information from Congress and the American people from the 9/11 investigation for reasons other than national security.
The Hart_Rudman report warning of terrorist attacks and urging homeland security was given to the White House January 31, 2001, and was not acted on.
The CIA briefed George W. Bush about bin Laden network plans to hijack airplanes on August 6, when he was vacationing in his ranch in Texas.
The Bush administration halted a series of attempts to fight the bin Laden network that had been begun by the Clinton administration
According to Gary Hart of the Rudman Commission, GW Bush has abdicated his responsibility for homeland security, and two National Security reports say that the United States is not more protected today than it was before 9/11.
Some of the relatives of victims of 9/11 are suing the Bush administration which they say had knowledge/warnings of 911 and failed to warn or take steps to prevent; have been covering up the truth of 911.
By the time a CIA briefer gave President Bush the Aug. 6, 2001, President's Daily Brief headlined "Bin Ladin Determined To Strike in US," the president had seen a stream of alarming reports on al Qaeda's intentions. So had Vice President Cheney and Bush's top national security team, according to newly declassified information released yesterday by the commission investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Former interim FBI chief Thomas Pickard testified Tuesday that Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft didn't want to hear about terrorism when Pickard tried to brief him during the summer of 2001, as intelligence reports about terrorist threats were reaching a historic level.
Check out 911CitizensWatch.org for informative links.
See The Institute for Policy Research and Development
Road Map for National Security: Imperative for Change
Bush responsibility for 9/11 attacks