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9-11 Panel Still Discussing Bush Subpoena

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9-11 Panel Still Discussing Bush Subpoena


By Tom Flocco

"Had I known that the enemy was going to use airplanes to kill on that fateful morning, I would have done everything in my power to protect the American people."

(George W. Bush, The White House Rose Garden, 5-17-2002)

PHILADELPHIA -- March 16, 2000 -- ( TomFlocco.com) -- Citizen reports last week that House, Senate and 9-11 Commission offices have been deluged with phone call, faxes and emails from Americans--and those from other countries who lost loved ones--demanding to have President Bush, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, Joint Chiefs Chairman General Richard Myers and other officials testify in public and under oath.

Citizens demanding to learn what the administration knew before the attacks, but also public explanations of curious actions during the attacks were just bolstered by comments indicating that the panel is still listening to the court of public opinion regarding open testimony by officials at the very highest levels of government.

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