Wednesday, June 17 2009 - Research/Evidence
History Commons Projects, Update on June 17, 2009
Perhaps the most interesting thing this week is that an HC contributor
found a document in the National Archives showing that, two days before 9/11,
the military practiced responding to a simulated hijacking by suicide terrorists
targeting New York. The document also mentioned a number of other previously-unknown
hijacking-response exercises, and has been written up at the contributors' blog.
There are also several additional entries in the 9/11 Timeline, about the 9/11
Commission and the day of the attacks.
The Domestic Propaganda Timeline focuses on the back-and-forth of Sonia Sotomayer's
nomination to the US Supreme Court, and Karl Rove instructs readers that the
word "empathy" is actually code for "liberal activism."
The Economic Crisis Timeline marks the 30th bank failure in the US this year,
which was Silverton Bank in Atlanta.
Lastly, a contributor to the A. Q. Khan Timeline highlights possible Saudi
funding for Pakistan's nuclear weapons program.
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