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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Quick hits

Not much here, but better than nothing.

Judith Miller:

Another controversy destined to linger is whether "Able Danger," a once secret Pentagon program, identified one of the hijackers, Mohammed Atta, years before he entered the United States.


Jim Geraghty:

The report itself seemed comprehensive (until we learned about Able Danger), but the hearings were a circus....

Well, presuming all of this is true – the Rudy stuff, the NORAD stuff, the Iraq stuff and the Israel stuff, to say nothing of Able Danger — shouldn’t these men be held to account for the fact that their original report – touted as the most thorough and comprehensive account of the attacks ever – is now, by their own admission, incomplete and papered over sensitive issues?