6,293. 2/11/2005

“According to one official count [mentioned in a Washington Post article on February 11, 2005], there were thirty-three separate terror warnings in 2001; and after the 9/11 Commission issued its final report, we learned of another fifty-two alerts from the FAA [Federal Aviation Administration] that they had somehow neglected to include. Five of the security warnings mentioned al Qaeda’s training for hijackers; and two reports actually dealt with suicide operations unrelated to aviation.”

 – Peter Lance, Triple Cross, Page 371

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