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Sept. 11 Report Said to Spread Blame

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Sept. 11 Report Said to Spread Blame

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Sept. 11 Report Said to Spread Blame

Sept. 11 Report Said to Spread Blame

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Next week, the Sept. 11 commission will release a report that portrays a government and country ill-prepared for a terrorist attack. Sources say the findings fault the CIA, FBI and Bush and Clinton administrations for ignoring signs of threat, failing to share information, miscalculation and inaction. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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