The 9/11 Commission report : omissions and distortions / by David Ray Griffin.

Author
Griffin, David Ray, 1939-2022 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Northampton, Mass. : Olive Branch Press, 2005.
Description
339 pages ; 23 cm

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Summary note
An analysis of the 9/11 Commission report argues that the Commission supported an officially sanctioned conspiracy theory while ignoring alternative explanations, and charges that Commission members had conflicts of interest due to ties to the FBI and Department of Justice.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 296-332) and index.
Contents
  • The Commission's Omissions and Distortions
  • The Alleged Hijackers
  • The Collapse of the World Trade Center Buildings
  • The Strike on the Pentagon
  • The Behavior of Bush and His Secret Service
  • Advance Information About the Attacks
  • Osama, the bin Ladens, and the Saudi Royal Family
  • The Saudi Flights
  • Allegations About FBI Headquarters
  • Pakistan and Its ISI
  • Possible Motives of the Bush Administration
  • The Commission's Defense of the US Military
  • Problems in Earlier Accounts of the Flights
  • The Commission on Flight 11
  • The Commission on Flight 175
  • The Commission on Flight 77
  • The Commission on Flight 93
  • The FAA Takes the Fall.
Other title(s)
Nine Eleven Commission report
ISBN
  • 1566565847 ((pbk.))
  • 9781566565844 ((pbk.))
LCCN
2004023282
OCLC
56657667
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