Monday, April 12, 2004
According to the 9/24/01 issue of Newsweek there was enough intelligence for some Pentagon officials to cancel flights for the morning of 9/11/01:
"In late June the CIA warned of possible terrorist action against U.S. targets, including those in the United States, for the Fourth of July. Nothing happened, but then in July the agency again warned about possible attacks overseas. The threat seemed grave enough to force U.S. ships in Middle Eastern ports to head for sea. Three weeks ago there was another warning that a terrorist strike might be imminent. But there was no mention of where. On Sept. 10, NEWSWEEK has learned, a group of top Pentagon officials suddenly canceled travel plans for the next morning, apparently because of security concerns." Emph. added.
We continue to wonder where the truth lies.
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