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Saturday, October 23, 2004

CIA Suppressed report -- no accountability, 9/11 families outraged, met with Goss

The more they talk, the more evidence we have that they're not doing anything but talking.

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Amazing how slowly government will respond to holding someone accountable for 3,000 deaths; but the media will suspend two reporters for attending a concert. Ref

By law, the only legitimate reason the CIA director has for holding back such a report is national security. Yet neither Goss nor McLaughlin has invoked national security as an explanation for not delivering the report to Congress.

In September, the New York Times reported that several family members met with Goss privately to demand the release of the CIA inspector general's report. "Three thousand people were killed on 9/11, and no one has been held accountable," 9/11 widow Kristen Breitweiser told the paper.