More on the 9/11 Joint Inquiry Report Released This Afternoon

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on July 24, 2003

From Secrecy News: “Of particular interest to Secrecy News readers may be the final Appendix on Access Limitations Encountered by the Joint Inquiry. It describes a number of documents or topical areas to which congressional investigators were denied access. These included the President’s Daily Brief, reports on foreign liaison relationships, information on intelligence budget requests, and more. On other crucial topics, congressional access was limited or delayed. This Appendix appears at pages 834-858 of the report. Another item of special interest is a newly released General Accounting Office (GAO) analysis of the October 2001 anthrax attacks. The December 2002 GAO assessment had been restricted as Limited Official Use Only.” It is now published at pages 808-822 of the report. The link to the report is here (pdf).
FYI, if you do not want to print this 858 report, it is available for purchase, for $64 per copy from http://bookstore.gpo.gov.

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