Must See: The Agent (The New Yorker)

Posted: March 12, 2016 in -
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In a short documentary directed by Alex Gibney, Lawrence Wright and others discuss what the C.I.A. knew about the 9/11 hijackers—before 9/11

Most Americans know next to nothing about the controversy over the CIA’s behavior prior to 9/11. This short introduction features FBI agents who tried to stop the attacks.

There is an assumption that should not be accepted at face value, that the CIA was allegedly “recruiting” the hijackers. There is no evidence to support this cover story. They did NOT recruit them. They knew they were in the country and that numerous threat warnings were coming in, and CIA deliberately failed to take any action (besides lying) for 16 months.

 

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