Thursday, March 25, 2004

  • 9/11 Hearings: Fmr Counterterror Chief Clarke Blasts Bush on 9/11 Saying "Your Government Failed You"


    President Bush’s former counterterrorism chief, Richard Clarke, blasted the Bush administration Wednesday during the 9/11 hearings for not considering terrorism to be an urgent issue before the Sept. 11 attacks. Clarke also accused Bush of undermining the war on terror by invading Iraq. We play extended excerpts of his testimony. [Includes transcript]

  • 9/11 Hearings: Clarke Defends Against Accusations of Partisanship


    Former counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke came under fierce attack by the Bush administration who sought to discredit him and accused him of partisanship after the publication of his book "Against All Enemies" that slams the White House’s handling of the 9/11 attacks and the subsequent war against Iraq. Clarke defended himself at the 9/11 hearings. [Includes transcript]

  • 9/11 Hearings: Clarke Details Controversial Post-Sept. 11 Saudi Flight


    In the most extensive comments by a public official to date, former counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke describes the events surrounding the evacuation of dozens of Saudis days after 9/11 when all commercial and private flights were grounded. [Includes transcript]

  • 9/11 Hearings: Clarke Accused of Telling Reporters Different Story in 2002 Briefing


    After getting clearance from the White House, FOX news published a transcript of a background briefing Clarke gave to reporters in 2002. Clarke came under fire from critics who alleged that none of the accusations made in his book "Against All Enemies" were made in the 2002 briefing. He defended himself at the 9/11 hearings. [Includes transcript]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Condoleezza Rice Threatens Jamaica Over Aristide


    Randall Robinson, who accompanied Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on his historic return trip back to the Caribbean, reveals that National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice is telling the Jamaican government if Aristide is not immediately expelled from the country and anything happens to American forces in Haiti, consequences would be exacted against Jamaica in full force by the U.S. [includes rush transcript]

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