National Archives sitting on 9/11 Commission records

Although the 9/11 Commission ordered that their investigative records of al Qaeda’s attack on the United States should be opened to the public in 2009, the National Archives has not yet released the vast majority of the information.

John Berger, an author who maintains a website with 9/11-related documents, said to withhold the information is not in the public interest since scholars and journalists are kept from analyzing the information.”You can point to things produced from declassified documents that help our understanding and the government’s understanding of urgent problems,” he said. -db

From Reuters, September 9, 2011, By Scot J. Paltrow.

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