Friday, April 09, 2004

Eternal Recurrence 

The Washington Post
May 16, 2002

Bush Was Told of Hijacking Dangers; Aug. Report Had No Details on Sept. Plot

The intelligence briefing on al Qaeda hijackings, first reported last night by CBS News, marks the most detailed disclosure of what [Bush] was told about the possibility of terror attacks before Sept. 11. It also represents a shift in the official version of events surrounding the attacks on New York and Washington, which Bush and other administration officials have generally characterized as a sneak attack ...
[Amnesia/Blackout...Saddam Hussein...WMD...]
The Washington Post
April 9, 2004

Zeroing In on One Classified Document

But while the hotly anticipated hearing...did not end the scouring of the Bush administration, it helped to narrow the focus to this: What did President Bush and his senior advisers know in the summer of 2001 about a flurry of terrorist threats picked up by intelligence services, and what did they do about it?

That piece of the puzzle remained in dispute in part because of questions about a key classified document that detailed terror threats to Bush about a month before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Round and round she goes; where she stops...


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