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September 11 / Commission Report / The Questions / Johnson Interview #760520

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 22, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The questions left unanswered following the final report from the commission investigating the attacks on September 11 outlined; details given about whether there was an active link between Al Qaeda & the Iraqi government, including hijacker Mohamed Atta's possible meeting in Prague in 2001, former Secretary of Defense William Cohen's statement about a factory in Sudan & whether there were people in the US ready to help the "operatives" {hijackers}. [Commission chairman Thomas KEAN†- admits there are unanswered questions.] [Former joint 9/11 inquiry staff director Eleanor HILL†- worries about a network in the US.] [Reporter Chris MONDICS†- wonders why the government did not react more aggressively since there was evidence of the threat.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with former CIA officer Larry Johnson. [From Washington, JOHNSON - explains why a national intelligence director would help get the agencies to work together; notes these guys are still fighting over turf.]

Brown, Aaron

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