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Panel Focuses on Pre-Sept. 11 Memo

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Panel Focuses on Pre-Sept. 11 Memo

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Panel Focuses on Pre-Sept. 11 Memo

Panel Focuses on Pre-Sept. 11 Memo

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Commissioners on the Sept. 11 panel call on the White House to declassify a presidential briefing dated Aug. 6, 2001. The document warned that Osama bin Laden was planning attacks inside the United States. In Thursday's testimony, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice said that and other pre-Sept. 11 warnings were too vague to act on. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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