Taliban Told U.S. They Wanted to Bomb Washington

 

National Security Archive Update, August 20, 2008

1998 Missile Strikes on Bin Laden May Have Backfired

Extensive 1999 Report on Al-Qaeda Threat Released by U.S. Dept of Energy

Taliban Told U.S. They Wanted to Bomb Washington 

NATIONAL SECURITY ARCHIVES

Get the 400 page Sandia Laboratories Report on bin Laden here

Washington, DC, August 20, 2008 – On the tenth anniversary of U.S. cruise missile strikes against Al-Qaeda in response to deadly terrorist attacks on U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, newly-declassified government documents posted today by the National Security Archive suggest the strikes not only failed to hurt Osama bin Laden but ultimately may have brought Al-Qaeda and the Taliban closer politically and ideologically.

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What intelligence was determined as to the bombings of the embassies and the responsible parties.  Was it the same intelligence we received via ‘Curveball’ , George Tenet, the NSA and NIE?  How have we managed to continue to exist with these drunk drivers behind the wheels of the Military Complex?

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