The Final Word

Thursday, July 22, 2004 - 04:09 PM

The September 11 Commission released it's final report today (and since their website is down right now, the public interest must be more than they expected). Among the recommendations were the creation of a center for counter terrorism and a new Intelligence Director post. This was no surprise for news outlets like ourselves who had reported this all week, but the commission also recommended specific reforms for Congress like new committees dedicated to intelligence oversight. We will devote all of tomorrow's show to examine this and look at some of the report's findings about New York.

Here is the report in its entirety (all 567 pages and 1000+ footnotes).

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