1,967. 4/9/2001

“The [9/11] Commission’s staff believed that it had debunked, once and for all, the widely circulated intelligence report about the so-called Prague meeting–a supposed encounter in the Czech capital between a senior Iraq spy and Mohammed Atta, the 9/11 ringleader, on April 9, 2001. The report had been circulated by the Czech intelligence service and embraced by the Bush administration…to suggest an Iraqi link to 9/11…The Czech report was based on a single, uncorroborated witness account.”

 – Philip Shenon, The Commission, Pages 380-381

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