Retired Federal Aviation Administration Special Agent Wants New 9/11 Investigation

Boston Globe - 9/11: There is more to this story

THE SEPT. 11 commission report is now a year old. Many questions about the days leading up to Sept. 11, 2001 and who should be held accountable remain unanswered.

The report was a good beginning, but it requires a follow-up investigation, with subpoena power, to address the lack of accountability for security and intelligence failures that contributed to making us so vulnerable.

Flaws in the 9/11 Commission's process included conflicts of interest, lack of transparency, questionable investigative rigor, and critical whistleblower information provided yet inexplicably left out of the report. It is time to pick up where the commission left off. Demand accountability and tell the rest of the 9/11 story.


The writer is a retired Federal Aviation Administration special agent.

I wish I had a few minutes to provide links detailing examples of the 'conflicts of interest' as well as the whistleblowers who were overlooked by the 9/11 commission. If you have a few links to post feel free to add them to the comments, otherwise I will add some references this evening.

special thanks to for the link!

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