Sunday, September 25, 2005

DOD Relents, Allows Able Danger Testimony

FOX News reported the Senate scheduled a hearing on the secret Pentagon intelligence unit called Able Danger." Next week's hearing was made possible when the Pentagon, bowing to political pressure, reversed its decision to bar witness testimony for reasons of national security.

Able Danger analysts say they identified Sept. 11 hijackers, including Mohamed Atta, more than a year before the hijacked airliner attacks and had told the Sept. 11 commission about their findings.

Curt Weldon, R-Pa., was the first politician to publicize Abel Danger and its claims that the Sept. 11 Commission's failed even to consider the intelligence presented before 9-11. Former Senator Max Cleland, a member of the 9-11 commission, called the panel what amounted to a cover-up from the start. Cleland even resigned in protest, giving more of a stench to the commission's true purpose.


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