9/11 Commission Report

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The commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks wants two more months to complete its investigation, saying there's no way to finish by the May 27 deadline imposed by Congress.


Richard Ben-Veniste
*Member of the Sept. 11 Commission, officially known as the National Commission On Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
*Special prosecutor during the Watergate hearings
*Now a partner in the Washington law firm Mayer, Brown

John Feehery
*Press secretary to House Speaker Dennis Hastert



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