For the first time, the chairman of the independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks is saying publicly that 9/11 could have and should have been prevented.
Thomas Kean, appointed by the Bush administration and a former Republican governor of New Jersey, is now pointing fingers inside the administration and laying blame.
He also goes on:
To find out who failed and why, the commission has navigated a political landmine, threatening a subpoena to gain access to the president’s top-secret daily briefs. Those documents may shed light on one of the most controversial assertions of the Bush administration ? that there was never any thought given to the idea that terrorists might fly an airplane into a building.
I think that if this report is proven true, the people responsible for this failure should be held accountable for the tradegic events that happened.
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