6,040. 7/22/2004

The 9/11 Commission Report was released on July 22, 2004. For the 604-page book, the Commission’s “staff had reportedly interviewed more than 1,200 people in ten countries, and reviewed more than two and one half million pages of documents. Yet the final report had some glaring omissions–among them its utter failure to tell the story of [al Qaeda operative and spy] Ali Mohamed. …The final report of the last official body to probe the cause of death for 2,973 people sums up Ali Mohamed’s extraordinary fourteen-year espionage run in less than a hundred words.”

 – Peter Lance, Triple Cross, Pages 412-413

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