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Crude, Sweet and Saudi

August 1, 2003 5:25 PM

An anonymous official on the censored 28 pages in the 9/11 report:

If the people in the administration trying to link Iraq to Al Qaeda had one-one-thousandth of the stuff that the 28 pages has linking a foreign government to Al Qaeda, they would have been in good shape. If the 28 pages were to be made public, I have no question that the entire relationship with Saudi Arabia would change overnight.

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Read the 2 comments.

Paul in OC:

Jim, maybe you could use a new category: hypocrisy

Mon Aug 4 2003 2:31 PM


Actually the speculative nature of the absent 28 pages is hurting the Saudis more then had they been left in.

Mon Aug 4 2003 3:27 PM

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