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Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities

before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001

July 2003
www.globalresearch.ca   July 2003

The URL of this article is: http://globalresearch.ca/articles/307A.html


We are providing the links to Report and Sections of the Report published by the US Congress: (pdf).

In future postings, www.globalresearch.ca   will be providing commentary and debate on the Report.

To access the numerous documents and articles, which were excluded by the Joint inquiry's terms of reference, see the following Archives:

1. The CRG's September 11: 9/11 READER

2. The CRG's Foreknowledge  Archive: 9/11: Bush KNEW, key articles

3. . Centre for Research on Globalization, Bush family financial scams: key articles

4. September 11th and The New World We Live In, FTW

5. The Complete 9/11 Timeline by Paul Thompson.

6. Oddities of 9/11 Little-known facts of the world's best-known event

7. The 9/11 Navbar at http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/

8. The People's Investigation of 9/11

Careful Omission

While the 9/11 Inquiry has collected a large amount of intelligence material, through careful omission, the numerous press and intelligence reports in the public domain (mainstream media, alternative media, etc), which confirm that key members of the Bush Administration were involved in acts of political complicity and camouflage, have been carefully removed from the Inquiry's data bank and excluded from the hearings, held behind closed doors.

The fact that Al Qaeda is a creation of the CIA, a so-called "intelligence asset" (confirmed by official reports and congressional transcripts), is not part of the Joint Inquiry's terms of reference, nor is the insidious role of Pakistan's military intelligence, which has consistently supported the "Islamic militant network", always acting on behalf of the CIA.


Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001

The Full Report (5.51MB, 858 pages) contains the errata print, which includes recommendations that were inadvertently not included in S. Rept. 107-351 and H. Rept. 107-792. Also available are the:

Document Section File Size Number of Pages
Cover
11k
6
Transmittal Letters from the House and Senate
139k
 4
Forward
6k
2
Table of Contents
20k
7
Members of the Joint Inquiry
8k
2
Joint Inquiry Staff
6k
1
Abridged Findings and Conclusions
29k
10
Final Report
 
 
Part One -- The Joint Inquiry
  • The Context
  • Findings and Conclusions
    • Factual Findings
    • Conclusions -- Factual Findings
    • Systemic Findings
    • Related Findings
  • Recommendations (Errata Print)
316k
127
633k
20

Part Two -- Narrative -- The Attacks of September 11, 2001

297k
122
Part Three -- Topics -- The Attacks of September 11, 2001
807k
145

Part Four -- Findings, Discussion and Narrative Regarding Certain Sensitive National Security Matters

47k
28
Glossary of Terms and Key Names
35k
13
Additional Views and Appendices
7k
Additional Views of Members of the Joint Inquiry
379k
196
Appendices *
2.89MB
172

*The appendices have been broken down into four files for convenience.

File 1 (765k), 107 pages

  • Initial Scope of Joint Inquiry
  • Supplemental Joint Inquiry Rules
  • Joint Inquiry Hearings
  • List of Hearing Witnesses
  • List of Persons Interviewed
  • Counterterrorism Organizations With The Intelligence Community
  • Evolution of the Terrorist Threat And The U.S. Response, 1983-2001
  • Selected Events In The Chronology Of Terrorism, 1982-2001

File 2 (661k), 13 pages

  • CIA/FBI Failures In Regard To Two September 11 Hijackers, The Phoenix Electronic Communication, And The Moussaoui Investigation (Adapted From A Chart Presented By Senator Carl Levin At The October 17, 2002 Joint Inquiry Hearings)
  • The Phoenix Electronic Communication

File 3 (699k), 21 pages

  • Moussaoui Related FBI Field Agent Notes & Field Office/Headquarters E-Mails
  • General Accounting Office: Analysis Of U.S. Anthrax Attacks
  • CTC Watchlisting Guidance -- December 1999

File 4 (853k), 31 pages

  • The Joint Inquiry In Court
  • Access Limitations Encountered By The Joint Inquiry

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