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September 11 / Commission Hearings / Clarke / The Families #751118

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 24, 2004
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(Studio: Heidi Collins) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Ensor) The testimony from former counterterrorism czar Richard Clarke at the September 11 commission hearings featured. [CLARKE - says President Bush undermined the war on terrorism by invading Iraq; criticizes the FBI.] [Former national security adviser Samuel BERGER††- comments on what the FBI knew.] [Commission vice chair Lee HAMILTON, CIA director George TENET - comment.]

(Studio: Heidi Collins) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelly Wallace) The response of the families of victims of 9/11 to the commission hearings featured. [Commission member Bob KERREY†, BERGER - speak about Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden††.] [Victim's parents Henry & Elaine HUGHES - want someone to say we could have done a better job.] [In testimony, CLARKE - says "your government failed you."] [Victim's RELATIVE - says National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice† should testify.] The question of the impact of the families at the hearings on the commission discussed.

Collins, Heidi;
Ensor, David;
Wallace, Kelly

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