9-11/Joint Congressional Inquiry

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Group.png The Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001  
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Formation February 2002
Extinction December 2002
Type whitewash
Status captured
Membership • Bob Graham
• Porter Goss
• Richard Shelby
• Nancy Pelosi
• L. Britt Snider
The first inquiry into 9/11, by its own admission "not in the blame game". It produced an 800 page report of which 28 pages were censored, and released in redacted form in July 2016.

This is the first inquiry, from February 2002, not to be confused with the subsequent 9-11/Commission, set up on November 27, 2002.

The Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, a.k.a. the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11 was an 'investigation' into [[9/11], carried out by deep state functionaries.

Transparency, Obama style... One of the "28 pages"

Originally, 28 pages of the report about Saudi Arabia's funding were classified. A redacted version of these 28 pages was released in July 2016.

Official Narrative

28 pages were censored from the report for reasons of "national security". These pages are widely reported to implicate figures in the Saudi Arabian government and intelligence agency. Some have speculated that this report was set up as a "false bottom" and/or causus bellum so that, if needed, the classified pages could be revealed and used either as a pretext for a military invasion of Saudi Arabia or to obscure the cabal's role in instigating 9-11.[1][2]

Problems

George Tenet reportedly "lied extensively in testimony to the Joint Congressional Inquiry".[3]

Members

Daniel Byman was a senior staffer.[4]

The 28 Pages

The 28 pages which were redacted for 15 years concern the moving of money from Saudi Arabia to the "19 hijackers".



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