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Profile: L. Britt Snider

 
  

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May 1, 2002: Head of Congressional Probe Resigns      Complete 911 Timeline

       L. Britt Snider, ex-CIA official and the head of the joint congressional investigation into 9/11, resigns. Apparently there were many conflicts between Snider and his own staff, as well as with Congress. It is later revealed the final straw occurred when Snider tried to hire a CIA employee who had failed an agency polygraph test as an inquiry staffer. The hearings were expected to start in late May, but the resignation is one reason why the first public hearings are delayed until September. [Los Angeles Times, 10/19/02; Los Angeles Times, 5/2/02] Snider is replaced by Eleanor Hill. She is widely credited for turning around an inquiry “hampered by infighting, politics, leaks and dueling agendas.” [Miami Herald, 7/14/02; Washington Post, 9/25/02 (B)]
People and organizations involved: US Congress, Eleanor Hill, L. Britt Snider
          

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