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Full Coverage: 9/11 Commission's Final Hearings

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9/11 Commission's Final Hearings

Rear Admiral (Select) Charles J. Leidig, Jr.
The Rookie In The Hotseat On 9/11

Rookie In The Hotseat On 9/11 - According to the personal written statement of Navy Captain Charles J. Leidig, Jr., entered into the record during today’s hearings before the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, Leidig revealed that on September 10 he was asked by Brigadier General Montague Winfield to stand a portion of his duty as Deputy Director for Operations for the National Military Command Center (NMCC), which would require supervision and operation of all necessary communications as watch commander. See... UQ Wire: Rookie In Command Of Ops Center On 9/11

9/11 Families Unconvinced By Latest Version Of 9/11 Events - "In their second round of testimony concerning FAA/NORAD and national command response to the attacks on 9/11 the Commission seems to have been blinded by hindsight, focusing on a timeline that conflicts with both published reports, witness and pilot statements and earlier testimony by officials." See... UQ Wire: Families Respond to Last 9/11 Hearings

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- Audio Analysis- UnansweredQuestions.Org Founders On Flashpoints Radio!
- 9/11 Commission - UQ Wire: The Official Response On September 11
- 9/11 Commission - UQ Wire: 9/11 Commission Outline of the 9/11 Plot

FLASHBACK:
- Paul Thompson - UQ Wire: The Failure to Defend the Skies on 9/11
- Paul Thompson - UQ Wire: The "Capture" Of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed
- MalcontentX - INVESTIGATION: Sept 11th - Unanswered Questions
- MalcontentX - 911 INVESTIGATION: Further Unanswered Questions

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