Tuesday, September 23, 2003

  • Democracy Now! Hosts a Debate On the Roots of 9/11 and the Failures of Three Successive Presidential Administrations to Stop Bin Laden

    Lancebooks

    We speak with author Peter Lance, a five-time Emmy-award winning investigative reporter and former ABC News correspondent. His latest book is 1000 Years For Revenge: International Terrorism and the FBI — The Untold Story which outlines how the FBI missed dozens of chances to stop the Sept. 11 attacks going as far back as 1989.

    And Richard Miniter, investigative reporter and author of Losing bin Laden: How Bill Clinton’s Failures Unleashed Global Terror that claims that President Bill Clinton had the opportunity to stop, catch, or kill bin Laden more than twelve times during his presidency and knowingly refused to wage a real war on "terror" which may have prevented the Sept. 11 attacks.
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