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Congress Releases Redacted ’28 Pages’ Missing from 9/11 Report http://rgn.bz/5Dbp

Unleash the revisionist history. Congress released on Friday a long-classified report exploring the alleged ties of the Saudi Arabian government to the 9/11 hijackers.

The missing 28 pages from the 9/11 report begins as follows:


“While in the United States, some of the September 11 hijackers were in contact with, and received support from, individuals who may be connected to the Saudi Government…”
The “28 pages,” the secret document was part of a 2002 congressional investigation of the Sept. 11 attacks and has been classified since the report’s completion. As CNN reports, former Sen. Bob Graham, who chaired the committee that carried out the investigation and has been pushing the White House to release the pages, said Thursday he was “very pleased” that the documents would be released.

The pages, sent to Congress by the Obama administration, have been the subject of much speculation over what they might reveal about the Saudi government’s involvement in the attacks masterminded by terrorist Osama bin Laden when he led al-Qaeda.The pages were used by the 9/11 Commission as part of its investigation into the intelligence failures leading up to the attacks.

A telephone number found in the phone book of al-Qaeda operative Abu Zubaida, who was captured in Pakistan in March 2002, was for an Aspen, Colo., corporation that managed the “affairs of the Colorado residence of the Saudi Ambassador Bandar,” the documents show.

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How to create dynamic graphs and charts in WordPress (step by step)
Step by step guide on how to create dynamic bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs, and more in WordPress with the free Visualizer plugin.
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Amen, brother!! Satan is trying to distract us from what is really going on. Be prepared. :) keep the faith. Spread love. :)
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4 Easy and Effective Ways to Compress Large Audio Files
Whether you're a podcast producer, a musician, or a DJ who creates music mixes, compressing audio files to reduce their size is an essential skill. It can also be helpful for the average person who enjoys listening to music or podcasts because smaller files mean less memory used on your device. One of the main…
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7 Reasons Why You Should Encrypt Your Smartphone Data
Are you encrypting your device? All major smartphone operating systems (OS) offer device encryption, but should you use it? Very simply, encryption is a way of scrambling your data so only authorized people, with the correct decryption key (i.e. PIN, password, or pattern), can read it. Without it, even if your key can't be guessed,…
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Devastating Computer Simulation of Asteroid Hitting Earth Set to Pink Floyd’s ‘The Great Gig in the Sky’
Anselmo la Manna has combined a devastating computer simulation of a massive 310-mile-wide asteroid impacting the Earth with the beautiful Pink Floyd song “The Great Gig in the Sky.” Th…
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How to Generate a Color Scheme From Any Photo
A quick search on Pinterest for color swatches reveals a wide array of gorgeous color combinations that are taken from beautiful photographs. Many of these swatches come from sites like Design Seeds and In Color Balance, but did you know you can just as easily create these types of swatches yourself? Whether you're looking for a color…
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Make your photos and videos come alive:
Professional lighting for photo studios can cost a pretty penny, but if you’re just starting out, you don’t have to drop that much cash (if you even have it to start with). In this video, photographer Joe Edelman shows you how to build an all LED setup on a budget that performs as well as pricier gear.
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aUDIOMIND Is An Assimilated Electronic Music Artist, Graphic Designer, Web Developer, Event Photographer, All Your Bass R Belong to Me Connoisseur, Freelancing Entrepreneur, and irregular ole 'head in the clouds' kind of guy. He is more than meets the eye!
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Where do I start? My family and I generally primitive camp along the countless beautiful forest roads in the NC mtns and have a great time away from the crowds and noise. For the long July 4th weekend, we decided to upgrade and find a more established campground and take advantage of a bath house and river location, still tent camping. We first attempted to find a place at Mills River Campground, only to be stopped at the entrance (no host stall or anything, just someone standing at the bridge) to ask what we were doing? Not sure why it's necessary to divulge the obvious, but we obliged in conversation. Afterwards, we were literally followed around as we scouted out available spots. It was quite disturbing to see these folks take their camp host jobs far too seriously, to the point of not leaving our side until we exited the campground as if we were up to no good. One rule in customer service, never treat your potential patrons like criminals. Thanks, but no thanks. We then headed over to Davidson River Campground, which appears to be much larger and closer to the river. We expected it to be busy, but we were ok with it. Once we pulled into the campground the host folks at the entrance stall had signs up and cones stopping anyone from actually entering. When we asked if we could look around, we were abruptly told "No". Huh? Assuming we heard incorrectly, we again asked if we could view the campground to see if it would suit our needs. This older gentleman(sic) mentioned that they were around 85% full and had spots available, but we could not view them, but could indeed pay and find out later if the space is awful. At that point we were like WTF? Why, we asked. To which he grunted/mumble something under his breath that was inappropriate, so we backed up and left. We don't need this kind of treatment to sleep on the ground. It ain't the Hilton. We eventually found a suitable spot in a primitive area off 276, just as we always do. Content with the basic amenities close by...creek water. ;) On our last day, as we were headed out of the Brevard area, we decided to check back in with the Davidson Campground, assuming we had simply previously met with a disgruntled and privileged federal govco worker who didn't care to appropriately serve his customers. We pulled up to their locked down makeshift gate and again asked if we could view the campground for a possible future visit. This time we encountered an older lady, with much the same demeanor as the earlier guy. She proceeded to go into what is probably the common intro to visitors and mentions a $5 fee? Huh? Fee for what? Yes, a (refundable, I presume) $5 fee to simply drive in and view the campground. What kind of nonsensical bureaucratic mess is this? We simply want to look, not partake in obvious nefarious activities with 3 children. Give me a break. Thanks, but no thanks. Let me ask you, my dear reader? If this is what our taxpayer funded parks system have turned into, a bureacratic nightmare accompanied with horrid customer service, simply to sleep on the ground, imagine how bad it must be in more formal taxpayer funded settings. Never again. We will stick to the tried and true method and not deal with govco employees who have better things to do than actually create a remarkable experience for their nature loving guests.
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