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Profile: Kristen Breitweiser

 
  

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September 18, 2002: 9/11 Victims' Relatives Raise Questions About Agencies' Conduct      Complete 911 Timeline

      
Kristen Breitweiser.
Two 9/11 victims' relatives testify before the Congressional 9/11 inquiry. Kristen Breitweiser, whose husband Ronald died at the WTC, asks how the FBI was so quickly able to assemble information on the hijackers. She cites a New York Times article stating that agents descended on flight schools within hours of the attacks. “How did the FBI know where to go a few hours after the attacks?” she asks. “Were any of the hijackers already under surveillance?” [MSNBC, 9/18/02] She adds, “Our intelligence agencies suffered an utter collapse in their duties and responsibilities leading up to and on September 11th. But their negligence does not stand alone. Agencies like the Port Authority, the City of NY, the FAA, the INS, the Secret Service, NORAD, the Air Force, and the airlines also failed our nation that morning.” [9/11 Congressional Inquiry, 9/18/02] Stephen Push states, “If the intelligence community had been doing its job, my wife, Lisa Raines, would be alive today.” He cites the government's failure to place Khalid Almihdhar and Nawaf Alhazmi on a terrorist watch list until long after they were photographed meeting with alleged al-Qaeda operatives in Malaysia (see January 6-9, 2000). [MSNBC, 9/18/02]
People and organizations involved: 9/11 Congressional Inquiry, Stephen Push, Secret Service, Federal Aviation Administration, Kristen Breitweiser, Federal Bureau of Investigation, City of New York, Immigration and Naturalization Service, New York Port Authority, US Department of the Air Force, al-Qaeda, Nawaf Alhazmi, Lisa Raines, Khalid Almihdhar
          

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