In March 1995, “Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick signs the infamous ‘wall memo,’ in which she calls for a separation of intelligence between FBI investigators probing past terror crimes and agents seeking to prevent future acts of terror. Gorelick admits that the memo goes ‘beyond what is legally required.’ Some analysts see the memo as a legal justification for the disconnection of dots by DOJ [Department of Justice] officials, who may be seeking to hide past acts of negligence by the FBI and DOJ on the road to 9/11.” [The 15th of the month used for date sorting purposes only.]

 – Peter Lance, Triple Cross, (Timeline) Page 17