9/11 Commission to Subpoena FAA Records

HeadlineOct 16, 2003

The independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks yesterday threatened to subpoena records from the Federal Aviation Administration that might shed light on how the FAA responded after four airplanes were hijacked. The FAA has so far refused to hand over some wanted documents. The commission also warned other agencies could face subpoenas if requested documents are not handed over.

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