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Monday, August 28, 2006

Did anyone record 'Inside 9/11'?

Apparently that documentary has new details on Able Danger:

You have seven snappy hours to get up to date on matters September 11 on the National Geographic Channel. It's almost as if the channel has commandeered the franchise on that deadly day. It is mostly excellent documentary duty and, of course, horrifying and depressing and awful. You don't need to be forewarned.

There's the four-hour "Inside 9/11" from 7-11 p.m. Sunday night. This is a freshened version of last year's production, which the network claims as its highest-rated show and scored an audience of 18 million over the two-night airing. (The update will be run again on September 11.)

...In "Inside 9/11," they've added the Zacarias Moussaoui trial, the secret Able Danger Osama hunters, etc. "Final Report" charts the generally stumbling pursuit of bin Laden. There's a misnomer here because there's no final report. Don't get your hopes up.

This was produced by the same company that did the Ali Mohamed documentary.