One of the 28 once-top secret pages from a congressional report into 9/11. The long-suppressed section was released last week, but the two men who chaired the inquiry, Porter Goss and Bob Graham, both former South Florida lawmakers, disagree on their interpretation.
One of the 28 once-top secret pages from a congressional report into 9/11. The long-suppressed section was released last week, but the two men who chaired the inquiry, Porter Goss and Bob Graham, both former South Florida lawmakers, disagree on their interpretation. Jon Elswick AP
One of the 28 once-top secret pages from a congressional report into 9/11. The long-suppressed section was released last week, but the two men who chaired the inquiry, Porter Goss and Bob Graham, both former South Florida lawmakers, disagree on their interpretation. Jon Elswick AP

On meaning of the 28 pages, lawmakers who ran 9/11 probe disagree

July 20, 2016 06:46 PM

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