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Independent 9-11 Panel Seeks Documents

Delving deeper than Congress’ inquiry, the independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 terror attacks has made far-reaching requests for documents from the Bush administration and does not expect President Bush to invoke executive privilege, officials say. A spokesman for the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States said Wednesday the requests for documents were broader than those last year of congressional investigators. “We have made a substantial request for documents. We didn’t issue subpoenas. We made an ordinary request. And we don’t anticipate any resistance,” commission spokesman Al Felzenberg said. The requests included documents from the White House, which did not provide all the information that was requested last year by a joint congressional panel that investigated intelligence lapses before the attacks. Full Story

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