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View Diary: BREAKING NEWS: Bush Covered Up 9/11 Report of Warnings (328 comments)

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  •  NY Times? (none)
    "A heavily redacted unclassified version of the report was delivered to the National Archives".

    Not posted yet to NARA's site.  That really pisses me off.  Access to public information?  Yeah, right.   Apparently someone made a phone call to the Times to say "dude, the report's been released to NARA, you want me to FAX it over?".  Investigative reporting at it's finest.

    Thanks, but I take my information straight up.  From the source when I can get it.  Especially the heavily redacted, unclassified, released into the public domain kind.  No doubt it will be fucking squeezably soft to enhance it's utility.

    •  Here's what NARA says... (none)
      http://www.archives.gov/research_room/index.html

      9/11 Commission Records

      The 9/11 Commission, which closed on August 21, 2004, has transferred legal custody of its records to the National Archives. In accordance with the Federal Records Act, the Commission has established a general restriction from public access on these records until 2009. Because the Commission was part of the legislative branch, its records are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). However, the Commission's publicly released records are available on the Commission's web site, which has been frozen, is in NARA's custody, and remains available to the public.

      •  Bullshit! (none)
        Ok.  Got it.  %$#@ those people.  I downloaded the report and all statements @ the time [like many others], and got the supplementals from the staff.  The Comm. & Cong. fought the admin all the way on release of this last piece.  We lose.
        •  We win. [update] (none)
          the report has been released to the public.  it's available only on paper and only at NARA in D.C.  Direct call:  202-501-5320 [line will be busy for days].  No date for web post. [ http://www.nara.gov  ]

          Cost:  .50/page = $60 for 120 pages.  

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