Steve Hadley looked at the chart and said, Congressman, where did you get that chart from?
It could help assess whether there are people trapped alive in attics or upper floors, ... Once you've got them pinpointed you can send rescue teams in.
I will continue to push for a full accounting of the historical record so that we may preclude these types of failures from happening again
The American people need to be told what could have been done to prevent 3,000 people from losing their lives
There is no doubt that the Soviets stored material in this country. The question is what and where.
It's absolutely unbelievable that a commission would say this program just didn't exist
The Sept. 11 commission's statement that it does not believe a secret military intelligence unit discovered a group of future hijackers more than a year before the terrorist attacks is
They have maintained there is no information about Able Danger or the data mining work. They could not find anything. ... It is absolutely unbelievable to me that a commission would come out and say that this program just didn't exist.
Able Danger consisted of approximately 20 direct individuals working for Special Forces in Tampa, Florida. The total amount of people working for Able Danger was 20.
The Pentagon today will not allow any of these people who work for the Pentagon, to talk to the media. They have gagged them from talking to members of Congress.
There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Saddam Hussein had and used significant weapons of mass destruction on his own people, both the Kurds and the Iranians.
This story, I predict, will grow to be worse than Watergate. The American people need to have the answers.
We're going to break a story that there are people on the staff on the 9-11 Commission that didn't want the 9-11 Commissioners to know the details of Able Danger because of the potential to embarrass those commissioners.
How can faceless bureaucrats in an intelligence agency deny brave soldiers a chance to tell the truth?
I would never jeopardize classified information to be brought out to the public. This information is all open source. There is no reason to worry about classification. It is simply an attempt by bureaucrats to cover their rear ends.