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9/11 Panel Will See Briefings About Menace of Al Qaeda

But some are unhappy with the limits placed by the White House on the documents. The federal commission investigating the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks said Wednesday that it has reached an agreement with the White House that will give investigators unprecedented access to intelligence briefings given to presidents Bush and Clinton on the threat posed by Al Qaeda. But the agreement was sharply criticized by some members of the panel for placing severe restrictions on how many commissioners will be allowed to see the documents and what they will be allowed to report to the rest of the panel and the public. The agreement calls for the White House to make sensitive intelligence documents available to the commission, including the daily CIA briefing delivered exclusively to the president. Full Story

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