Monday, March 26 2007 - 9/11 Commission
BREAKING NEWS! Rep. Kucinich Publicly Acknowledges Need for 9/11 Investigation
"Kucinich brings hard-nosed arguments" In an article published today at TimesUnion.com Kucinich
said that as chairman of a House subcommittee on domestic policy, he plans to launch an investigation of "a narrow portion" of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. He offered few details, but said his subcommittee would be looking at "a few, specific discrepancies in the public record." The 9/11 Commission that published its final report in 2004 never resolved some conflicting facts, Kucinich said. He announced his own look at 9/11 in answer to a question from an audience member. The man complained that the 9/11 Commission was too tied to the Bush administration to offer an unbiased report, and Kucinich agreed.We encourage readers to share this information with your lists, and to contact Rep. Kucinich with a note of support at http://kucinich.us/contact. You might also wish to express gratitude to this TimesUnion reporter, Dan Higgins, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Secondly, Rep. Kucinich is asking blog readers, "Impeachment: I'm asking you. Do you think it's time?" http://kucinich.us/node/3696 Please take a moment and reply to Rep. Kucinich's question at that page ... "Yes, and please include Articles of Impeachment for criminal negligence and obstruction of justice arising from the crimes of September 11th, 2001."
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