Tag Archives: 9/11 commission records

Questions for Miles Kara on NORAD (and Other) Exercises by Erik Larson

June 2009, 9/11 Commission Team 8 staff member Miles Kara launched a blog- 9/11 Revisited- and has been taking questions from the public, as well posting articles expanding on the 9/11 Commission’s work. In this open letter to Miles Kara I pose a set of questions that have been raised in various forms since 9/11, and since the release of the 9/11 Commission Report. In addition, there are new questions based on 9/11 Commission records released to the National Archives, January 2009. Hopefully, Miles Kara will fill in the details.

Change.NOT: Left Gatekeeper Blocks Support for 9/11 Commission Records Release

According to their “About” page, Change.org aims to be “the central platform informing and empowering movements for social change around the most important issues of our time”, but they are censoring support for investigating the causes of 9/11, “the day the changed everything” and the reason we live in a “post 9/11 world.” On their “Ideas” page, they invite you, the public, to sign up on their site and “submit your ideas for how to change America, discuss with others, and vote for your favorites.” What they don’t tell you on their About or Ideas pages, is that if your idea suggests further investigation of the 9/11 events in order to properly inform public policy making, it will be deleted.