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reprehensor Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-04-06 04:29 PM
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79. The 9/11 Commission Report Two Years Later...

After a lengthy wait, excerpts from Rep. Cynthia McKinneys July 22nd, 2005 Congressional Briefing are now avaible to view as part of the Congressional Record.

At this time, the full official transcripts as compiled by McKinneys staff are still not available online.

You can view the excerpts online by going to the Library of Congress THOMAS service, ( ), selecting Congressional Record and typing in 9/11 into the Search field, selecting McKinneys name from the Member of Congress drop down list, de-selecting the Senate option, and hitting Search.

As far as I know, this testimony is Public Domain material, as it was given in a Congressional Briefing and broadcast to the public on C-SPAN.

Until official transcripts are made available, at the bottom of this blog you will find links to the unofficial transcripts I have made. Despite being unofficial they are accurate, but undoubtedly contain misspellings of names that I was unable to cross-check.

I did not transcribe every speaker, but tried to focus on the most relevant testimony to understanding the 9/11 milieu...

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