Friday, July 25, 2003

9/11 Report: More questions than answers

The Financial Times suggests that the release of the 9/11 report will make the Bush administration's argument that the attacks couldn't have been prevented "much harder to sustain and could ignite fresh controversy for an administration already under scrutiny for manipulating intelligence information before the war on Iraq."

As families of the 9/11 victims aver, the report raises as many questions as it answers.

There's also one gaping hole in the report: some 28 missing pages. That's where all the juicy info about the Saudi connection is supposed to be. Bob Graham knows all about this; that's why he's pissed the material is being blocked from public view.