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September 11 / Investigation / Push Interview #730717

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 12, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The refusal by President Bush's administration to release the joint Congressional report on the investigation of the September 11 disaster noted. Live interview held with Families of September 11 co-founder & treasurer Stephen Push†. [From Washington, PUSH - says the report has not been released because the administration has not agreed to declassify sections about the role of Saudi Arabia in funding terrorism & the presidential briefings; suggests Bush release almost all information; states egregious errors led to the deaths of more than 3,000 people & those performing poorly should be taken out of key positions; comments on the victims' families' relationship with the independence commission, but the administration will likely withhold vital information from this 9/11 commission.]

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Brown, Aaron
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00:05:30

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