The 10th anniversary of the publication of the Commission report has just passed.
This message was sent to the following UK media: Daily Mail, Express, Telegraph, Guardian, Observer, The Times, The Sunday Times, Independent, Evening Standard, Channel 4 News and ITN news.
I am writing with reference to the continued delay in the publication of the Chilcot report into the invasion of Iraq.
Given Lady Butler-Sloss was forced to stand down over a perceived conflict of interest, I hope the information contained in this letter will be useful.
The mandated investigation timeframe for the enquiry is “the period from the summer of 2001 to the end of July 2009” and hence encompasses the 9.11 attack. No evidence was found to link Iraq to 9.11 and a UK report entitled “Responsibility for the Terrorist Atrocities in the United States” published in October 2001 forewarns the reader with a caveat stating “This document does not purport to provide prosecutable case against Osama Bin Laden in a court of law”. So the evidence was good enough for two illegal invasions but not for a jury.
9/11 Commission Vice Chair Says 9/11 Commission Report Is Nothing More Than a Good Place to BEGIN an Investigation
News Type: Event
— Mon Oct 18, 2010 10:45 AM EDT.By upswing
As I type this, Lee Hamilton, Vice Chair of the 9/11 Commission is being interviewed by Diane Rheim, and he just answered a question from a listener by stating two things:
1. The 9/11 Commission was highly politicised, and
2. The 9/11 Commission is a good "Starting point" from which to investigate the events of 9/11.
Here is one of the guys in charge of putting together a report that many cite as the final word of the events of 9/11 stating outright that it is no such thing.
Rather, he says, it is a good place to BEGIN an investigation.
Why is the MSM ignoring the deafening call for a truly independent and scientific investigation, with subpoena power, into the events of 9/11?