The Jersey girls are demanding that the report on 9/11, conducted by the CIA inspector general, be declassified and made public.
“When it was completed in August 2005, Newsweek and other publications reported that it contained sharp criticisms of former CIA director George Tenet and other top agency officials for failing to address the threat posed by Al Qaeda, as well as other mistakes that might have prevented the attacks.”
The only rationale for not declassifying the report would be to protect the careers of highly placed politicians. Even today, there was a hint of what the 9/11 Commission Report may have missed, if not purposely omitted.
Osama bin Laden may have chartered a plane that carried his family members and Saudi nationals out of the United States after the September 11, 2001 attacks, said FBI documents released Wednesday.