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Disconnecting the Dots: How 9/11 Was Allowed to Happen

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Questioning actions taken by American intelligence agencies prior to 9/11, this investigation charges that intelligence officials repeatedly and deliberately withheld information from the FBI, thereby allowing hijackers to attack the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Pinpointing individuals associated with Alec Station, the CIA’s Osama bin Laden unit, as primarily respo ...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published June 13th 2011 by Trine Day (first published December 1st 2010)
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Dec 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 9-11, history, politics
Excellent synopsis of the intelligence shenanigans that went on in the run up to 9/11. Really highlights that of the two agencies (FBI and CIA), it was employees within the CIA that did the real shielding of al-Qaeda operatives within the US. Sheds a bright light on the false notion that "intelligence failures" caused the alleged hijackers to operate within US borders. The notion of a rivalry between FBI and CIA rings hollow, although not because there weren't problems between communication betw ...more
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