Fox News to Air Outtakes From "Path to 9/11"

Fox News to air 'Path to 9/11' outtakes Source: LA Times

Clips were taken from miniseries producer's public talk in Camarillo.
By Matea Gold, Times Staff Writer

NEW YORK -- In a move that could rekindle a heated political debate, Fox News said Thursday that it plans to broadcast footage from ABC's controversial miniseries "The Path to 9/11" that was edited out of the docudrama amid criticism that it inaccurately portrayed the Clinton Administration's response to the terror threat.

The outtakes -- set to air this Sunday -- depict former national security advisor Samuel R. Berger refusing to approve a CIA request to attack Osama bin Laden, an event that both Berger and the Sept. 11 Commission said did not occur.

The final version of the movie that aired on ABC in early September still included the scene, but it had been toned down after protests from top Democrats. Several minutes were culled out, including an exchange in which Berger hangs up on former CIA Director George Tenet, according to a Fox News producer who has seen both versions....


It's OK to talk about Clinton and 9/11. Just don't talk about Bush and 9/11. No no no...

"We've been offered a unique opportunity and we must not let this moment pass."

— George W. Bush - State Of The Union Address - January 29th, 2002


BUT they need to remmeber........don't cross the line.There's dirt on both sides.