“Bush Knew”

Saturday, May 25, 2002

In the recent inquiry to determine whether the Bush administration might have known enough to prevent Sept. 11, one big piece of evidence is a 1999 report warning that al-Qaida could crash hijacked planes into the Pentagon. Sure, it took journalists more than six months after the attacks to unearth that report, but that didn’t stop the media onslaught. Host Bob Garfield talks to John Solomon, the Associated Press reporter who broke the story.
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    Artist: Delfeayo Marsalis

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