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FSC Statements January  - April, 2004
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April 18, 2004  Conflicts of Interest and the 9/11 Commission

The Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Independent Commission feels compelled to address recent comments by the Majority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives... Interestingly, after eleven months of negotiation with the White House, Jamie Gorelick is the only Commissioner who was given “full” access to relevant highly classified Executive Branch information – including PDBs and NSC notes...


April 1, 2004   Need for an Independent, Nonpartisan 9/11 Commission

Recent press reports and activities raise the concern that the independent and nonpartisan nature of the 9/11 Commission is being compromised. The Family Steering Committee (FSC) is very concerned about these recent developments.


March 30, 2004  Condoleezza Rice's Testimony

The Family Steering Committee is pleased to learn that Condoleezza Rice will testify under oath in a public hearing.

This is good news and will undoubtedly make the 9/11 Commission's Final Report more complete, comprehensive, and transparent in nature.

More than anything, the families want to know why our nation was so vulnerable to 19 hijackers on the morning of 9/11. We look forward to Ms. Rice answering questions about her priorities as National Security Advisor to the President, the processes used before, and after, 9/11 to share critical intelligence ...


March 27, 2004  Condoleezza Rice and Release of 28 Pages

The Family Steering Committee demands the appearance of National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice under oath in a public hearing immediately. We believe that testifying before the Commission in a public forum is Ms. Rice’s moral obligation given her responsibility as National Security Advisor to protect our nation. The death of nearly 3000 innocent people warrants such a moral precedent.

We further request Richard Clarke, Samuel Berger, Brent Scowcroft, and Deputy National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley also be present, under oath...


March 20, 2004  Staff Director Zelikow and Transition Briefings

The Family Steering Committee is deeply disturbed to learn about Executive Staff Director Philip Zelikow’s participation in urgent post election briefings, December 2000, and January 2001, with Sandy Berger and Condoleezza Rice.


February 20, 2004  Four Part Statement

Part 1: Access to Presidential Daily Briefings
Part 2: Extension of Deadline until January 10, 2005
Part 3: Request for Senate Intelligence Committee to Hold Hearings on the 9/11 Independent Commission
Part 4: Letter to Senate Select Intelligence Committee Requesting Hearing on 9/11 Independent Commission

February 10, 2004   Failure to Subpoena the White House

The Family Steering Committee (FSC) is outraged by the failure of the 9/11 Independent Commission to subpoena the White House …

The public needs to be aware that the President's statements on Meet the Press, on February 8, 2004, were misleading…


February 9, 2004   The Importance of Gaining Access to the NSC

In May 2002, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice made a statement that she did not know that planes could be used as missiles…


February 3, 2004   The Need for an Extension to January 10, 2005

It is a fact that:
It took over one year to get the 9/11 Independent Commission created. The Commission now finds itself behind schedule…

January 29, 2004   Request For An Extension to January 2005

The FSC requests a January 2005 deadline for the Independent Commission. It is what we always wanted and originally asked for. It is the only way to remove the Commission’s work and investigation from the political process. It is the only way to have a comprehensive, well-researched, and well-thought out Final Report…

January 22, 2004   The Need for an Extension

With little more than four months until May 27th, we feel that the Commission must request an extension from Congress regardless of whether the extension deadline is prior to or after the election. Our reasons are as follows…

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