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5 de Febrero de 2008

Nuevo libro plantea que Phillip Zelikow, comisionado de la comisión 11-S, minimizó investigación sobre ineptitud del gobierno de Bush al no evitar ataque de al-Qaeda


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El periodista del New York Times Phillip Shenon nos acompaña para hablar de su nuevo libro, “The Commission: The Uncensored History of the 9/11 Investigation” (La Comisión: la historia sin censuras de la investigación del 11-S). Shenon afirma que el director ejecutivo de la comisión del 11-S, Phillip Zelikow, estaba estrechamente relacionado tanto con la canciller Condoleezza Rice como con Karl Rove, consejero político de Bush. Phillip Shenon sugiere que Zelikow intentó minimizar la responsabilidad del gobierno de Bush al no ser capaz de evitar los ataques del 11 de Septiembre.

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