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Cheney Had No New Data on Saddam, Al Qaeda-Panel

The Sept. 11 commission, which reported no collaborative links between Iraq and al Qaeda, said on Tuesday that Vice President Dick Cheney had no more information than commission investigators to support his later assertions to the contrary. The 10-member bipartisan panel investigating the 2001 attacks on New York and Washington said it reached its conclusion after reviewing available transcripts of Cheney’s public remarks asserting long-standing links between the former Iraqi president and Osama Bin Laden’s Islamist militant network. “The 9-11 Commission believes it has access to the same information the vice president has seen regarding contacts between al Qaeda and Iraq prior to the 9-11 attacks,” the commission said in a statement. Full Story

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