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C.I.A. Demands Cuts in Book About 9/11 and Terror Fight

• NY Times
The agent, Ali H. Soufan, argues in the book that the C.I.A. missed a chance to derail the 2001 plot by withholding from the F.B.I. information about two future 9/11 hijackers living in San Diego, according to several people who have read the manuscript. And he gives a detailed, firsthand account of the C.I.A.’s move toward brutal treatment in its interrogations, saying the harsh methods used on the agency’s first important captive, Abu Zubaydah, were unnecessary and counterproductive. 

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Comment by James Eldridge
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After 10 years and many different views as to what happened that day, why are there still so many people that believe the U.S. government story and what they say happened? Here again we have someone telling the public that there were some of these so-called terrorists in San Diego and yet we have evidence that some of those terrorists that were to have died on those planes are still alive and never were in the United States, nor were they part of any terrorist organization.

Think about why this has come out now just before the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Could it be to stir up the emotions of those that foolishly follow everything they read in the MSM as being the truth. For what reason would those creatures behind the scenes in Washington want to stir up the feelings of the public about what really happened that day? Answer - To keep a war going on between the Christian and Muslim population around the globe, as was said by someone that had nothing to do with the actions of that day. Oh yeah! That same guy died in December of 2001 and was killed again in May of this year.

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