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The New York Times has extensive coverage of the 9/11 report. You can even get the full report, in .pdf form from their site.

To get their coverage, you have to sign in on the site, and give an e-mail address. No big deal, even if you decide to use a pseudonym.

I suggest you start with this URL:

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/07/25/natio ... NE.html?th

" . . . the commission released a final, unanimous book-length report last Thursday that, in calling for a overhaul of the way the government collects and shares intelligence, showed that much of what had been common wisdom about the Sept. 11 attacks at the start of the panel's investigation was wrong."

URL for Summary of 9/11 report (The _summary_ is 17 pages long!):

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/07/22/polit ... MM.html?hp

"At 8:46 on the morning of September 11, 2001, the United States became a nation transformed. . . . At 10:03, a fourth airliner crashed in a field in southern Pennsylvania. It had been aimed at the United States Capitol or the White House, and was forced down by heroic passengers armed with the knowledge that America was under attack. . . . The 9/11 attacks were a shock, but they should not have come as a surprise. Islamist extremists had given plenty of warning . . ."

I suggest we all suspend our current beliefs about the attack until we have had time to digest the report, from the Times or from other sources, and compare it with what other sources have to say.
 

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BigMike said:
The New York Times has extensive coverage of the 9/11 report. You can even get the full report, in .pdf form from their site.
If you want a hardcopy of the report, go to the Government Printing Office and page all the way to the bottom of the page and click on "Buy a copy." They take all major credit cards.
 
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