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Report Contradicts Testimony on Skyjacking Threat

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Report Contradicts Testimony on Skyjacking Threat

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Report Contradicts Testimony on Skyjacking Threat

Report Contradicts Testimony on Skyjacking Threat

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Top officials from the Bush and Clinton administrations tell the commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks that they had no specific intelligence before the attacks suggesting terrorists might hijack airliners and crash them into the World Trade Center. But last year, Congress published a report saying a number of warnings detailing the attacks were ignored. Hear NPR's Danny Zwerdling.

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