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Questions Swirl Around 28 Pages Declassification Process

There’s no shortage of news in the drive to declassify 28 pages on foreign government links to the 9/11 hijackers. Of foremost concern, uncertainty continues to swirl around precisely what will happen at the end of the intelligence community’s declassification review of the 28 pages. 1,180 more words

An Argentum Post Response to the Washington Post's Article By Former Senator Bob Graham: "It 's Time We Release the Uncensored Truth About 9/11"

As  subscriber of The Washington Post, this writer of the Argentum Post commended the Washington Post for its publication of former Senator Bob Graham’s article ,  “It’s Time We … 358 more words

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U.S. and Saudi Arabia: A cold “peace”, Part II

Part One can be found here 

In August of 1990, Iraq invaded Kuwait and stationed four tank divisions on the border of Saudi Arabia. Osama Bin Laden offered the services of his mujahidin soldiers, based in Afghanistan, to defend Saudi Arabia. 2,201 more words

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Former Senator Bob Graham: 28 Pages Would Answer Remaining Questions On 9/11

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Former Florida Senator and Governor Bob Graham spoke with Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT and called for the release of the 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission’s report that focuses on assistance provided to the hijackers from Saudi Arabia. 329 more words

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Bob Graham: 9/11 Bill "A Very Big Victory"

If you listen to military people on the internet, you will hear them talk about an old story that is supposedly common knowledge to the people inside of 9/11 investigative circles.  446 more words

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An Argentum Post Response to the Washington Post's Article By Former Senator Bob Graham: "It 's Time We Release the Uncensored Truth About 9/11"

 As  subscriber of The Washington Post, this writer of the Argentum Post commended the Washington Post for its publication of former Senator Bob Graham’s article ,  “It’s Time We Release the Uncensored Truth About 9/11“. 354 more words

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U.S. and Saudi Arabia: A Cold "Peace", Part I

 

A number of issues have recently come to a head between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.  The most important is the Saudi Arabian connection to terrorism.  982 more words

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