Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The Washington Post News Archive for September 2001

Well it's all available now. Finally, right at our fingertips. The rest of the decade too. All it takes is an account at HighBeam,

Tuesday, September 11
Wednesday, September 12
Thursday, September 13
Friday, September 14
Saturday, September 15
Sunday, September 16
Monday, September 17
Tuesday, September 18
Wednesday, September 19
Thursday, September 20
Friday, September 21
Saturday, September 22
Sunday, September 23
Monday, September 24
Tuesday, September 25
Wednesday, September 26
Thursday, September 27
Friday, September 28
 Saturday, September 29
Sunday, September 30

One of my favorite finds was in an article by Dan Eggen and Vernon Loeb from September 14th,

"U.S. Intelligence Points To Bin Laden Network," with this quote from Paul Bremer:

"Some U.S. officials and terrorism experts noted that other suspects were possible, most notably Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed guerrilla force based in southern Lebanon that is suspected of involvement in the 1983 bombings against the U.S. Embassy and the U.S. Marine barracks in Lebanon. L. Paul Bremer III, chairman of the National Commission on Terrorism and former ambassador at large for counterterrorism in Reagan administration, noted that Hezbollah hijacked a TWA airliner in 1986 with the intention of crashing it into buildings in Tel Aviv."
So nobody could imagine them flying airplanes into buildings could they? Even when it's your job to catch on before its 15 years too late.

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