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The national commission on terrorist attacks upon the united states (also known as the 9-11 commission), an independent, bipartisan commission created by. Washington, dc – us senator john mccain (r-az) and former us senator joe lieberman (i-ct) today released the following statement on. The authors of 2004's 9/11 commission report released a follow-up study tuesday, the 10th anniversary of the original study.
of the 9/11 commission's investigative records remain sealed at the part the basis for the commission's public report, issued july 22, 2004. The co-founders of the 9/11 citizens watch issued a critique of the september 11 commission's report released today. But like the original 9/11 commission report, president bush regularly obscures this important reality by saying that america was attacked on.
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