Sibel Edmonds, former Arabic translator for the FBI, raises questions about the 9/11 Commission’s report:
According to the Commission Chairman, they have seen “every single document” and have interviewed “every single relevant witness and authority.” According to all Commission members, this report should be considered a resounding success, since it encompasses all information relevant to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, and very little, almost none, has been redacted, classified, or glossed over. Yet we have heard no one screaming “classification,” “sensitive diplomatic relations,” “highly sensitive foreign business relations,” or “national security implications.” This is highly puzzling and curious.
This puzzles me, considering that every investigation by the Congress and the Inspector General (IG) into my issues, every report involving my already-confirmed allegations involving serious lapses within the FBI, and every legal procedure and due process dealing with my case alone, has been blocked, gagged, entirely classified, and stopped. It is extremely curious that while investigations and reports on one case alone has created so much havoc, a massive investigation and a report involving all intelligence agencies and other government bodies, including the State Department, has evoked zero objections based on “sensitive foreign relations,” “highly classified intelligence matters,” and/or “ongoing intelligence investigations.”
Highly puzzling and curious indeed. Shouldn’t something have come out during these hearings that somebody thought was a bit sensitive for the unwashed masses? Unless, of course, the commission guided the report to preconceived conclusions…