Sunday, January 15, 2006

Able Danger and the 9/11 Commission

Able Danger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The existence of Able Danger, and its apparent early identification of the 9/11 terrorists, was first disclosed publicly on June 19, 2005 in an article "Missed chance on way to 9/11"by Keith Phucas, a reporter for The Times Herald, a Norristown, Pa. daily newspaper.

Eight days later, on June 27, 2005, Rep. Curt Weldon, vice chairman of the House Armed Services and House Homeland Security committees, gave a special orders speech on the House floor detailing Able Danger [2].

1 Assertion that Able Danger identified 9/11 hijackers
1.1 Able Danger and the 9/11 Commission
1.2 Able Danger data destroyed
2 Comments by members of the Able Danger team
2.1 Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer
2.2 Navy Captain Scott Phillpott
2.3 Mr. J.D. Smith
2.4 Major Eric Kleinsmith
2.5 Other witnesses
3 Media comment
4 Skepticism
4.1 The Two Attas theory
4.2 Timing
5 Congressional hearings
6 Internal Links
7 External links

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