Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Video: Lee Hamilton, the 9/11 Commission and the CIA

As we have learned this week the former Vice Chairman of the 9/11 Commission, Lee Hamilton, was none to pleased to find out that the CIA had withheld information that could have helped their inquiry into 9/11. "Did they obstruct our inquiry? The answer is clearly yes," says Lee Hamilton, "Whether that amounts to a crime, others will have to judge."

The CIA's destruction of Al Qaeda interrogation tapes has caused a reverberation that is resounding around the world. It's a discussion topic and headliner in nearly every newspaper and blog site. To have a crime admitted to by a group who considers themselves above crimes is titillatingly and horrifying at the same time. Finally we can point the finger at them and say, "Got you, you dirty rat! You obstructer of justice!"

But, let us go back to 9/11...

This clearly demonstrates that many of the stories the public has been fed regarding 9/11 are unraveling. Even though the 9/11 Truth Movement has been intensely ridiculed, which is always the case when people propose something that goes against mainstream even if mainstream is untruth, the movement pushes steadily forward causing the ball of wax to crack. There are many cracks in that ball of wax even now and some day people will see them because they will be wide and very apparent. I don't know why it's taking so long but I guess it's like the story of the Emperor's new clothes...

Below is a video from Lee Hamilton's 9/11 Commission inquiry days.

Lee questions Norman Mineta, Transportation Secretary, about the events, as Norman knew them, on 9/11. Norman's testimony, for some odd reason, never made it into the final report.

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