CIA didn’t tell FBI about “911” hijackers

This report from the Washington Times: The Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General, in the 371-page report, documented “at least five opportunities” for the FBI to have learned about the presence in the U.S. of Khalid al-Mihdhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi “that could have led to an earlier investigation.” The two al Qaeda terrorists helped commandeer American Airlines Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon. The unclassified but redacted report also said the “limited information” that was given by the CIA to the FBI never was documented by the bureau or placed in any system from which it could be retrieved by agents investigating terrorist threats. It said FBI supervisors lacked adequate oversight of agents assigned to work with the CIA and failed to give counterterrorism investigations priority. For the record, there have been reports that Khalid al Mihdhar is alive, so couldn’t have been a hijacker. See all recent “A Logical Voice” posts


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