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Pelosi Says "No" to a New 9/11 Investigation, Claims Close Collaboration with Victim's Families on 9/11 Bill Passage
9/11 Investigation Also Off the Table For Speaker Who Refuses to Impeach Bush

Aaron Dykes / | July 31, 2007


Newport, Rhode Island - Reporters affiliated with and confronted Speaker Nancy Pelosi about a new 9/11 investigation just after the passage of the 9/11 Bill, which only increases already strict security measures, particularly in airports.

Pelosi rattled off a quick, "No, no, no" to the idea of a new 9/11 investigation before changing the subject to claim that she "worked closely with the victims' families" and that they supposedly wanted the recent legislation.


Not only were many families of 9/11 victims disappointed with the 9/11 Commission's findings, many 9/11 survivors were outraged that their testimony had been omitted or distorted in the final report. Recommendations by the 9/11 Commission, which were the basis of this legislation, only obscured the lingering questions that families wanted answered in the first place.

Furthermore, nearly all of the victims' families want a new investigation and a large number of families believe 9/11 was an inside job, including Bill Doyle, the head of the largest 9/11 victim's families group.


Just before returning to idle chatter with lapdog supporters, Pelosi dodged a question about Building 7's collapse being left out of the 9/11 Commission Report by cryptically stating, "We'll make sure that nothing else happens."

That supposed assurance of safety through acquiescence was a selling point of the 9/11 Bill, and was all Pelosi would say before drifting back to more superficial conversation with other people at the event.

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