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August 12, 2005
A Guide To Able Danger Posts At CQ

In order for CQ readers to access the new posts covering the emerging scandal surrounding the revelations about the Able Danger data-mining project that accurately identified Mohammed Atta and three other 9/11 hijackers, I have created a new category for these posts called 9/11 Commission. Here are the posts so far that have gone into this category:

9/11 Cell Identified In 2000

Dafydd: Tangled Webs, Contrasting Countdowns
Confirmation Of Able Danger Raises Even More Questions
9/11 Commission Acknowledges Briefing On Able Danger
The Second Half Of 9/11
9/11 Commission Changes Its Story -- Again
Rethinking Prague After Able Danger
The Wall, The White Memo, And The DoD

NEW: Another Detail The 9/11 Commission Seems To Have Missed

Later on, I will try to update older posts relating to the 9/11 Commission to put them in this same category. This will be a subcategory of the War on Terror category, so all of these posts will remain within that group as well. Hopefully this post will provide a quick guide to the coverage of Able Danger here at CQ in the meantime.

UPDATE: WorldNet Daily notes some of my analysis in their overview on Able Danger and the collapse of the 9/11 Commission's credibility. Darn, no hyperlinks, but a very nice summary of a few of the above posts.

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