Skip to comments.Curt Weldon on CNN's Lou Dobbs announces that 'Able Danger' participants will be allowed to testify
Posted on 12/12/2005 4:15:34 PM PST by ajolympian2004
I was just watching Lou Dobbs on CNN and he had Curt Weldon on as a guest. Three weeks ago congressman Weldon sent a letter to Defense Dept. secretary Donald Rumsfeld and has now received confirmation that the participants in Able Danger will be allowed to testify in open hearings. Still looking for a link (or transcript).
(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...
...early Christmas today...first Tookie gets fried and now Abel Danger comes to the boil.
What did Sandy & Janet Know and when did they know it?
What did Little Dickie Clark know about Able Danger?
Its about time.
Thank you, SecDef Rumsfeld.
I think it is PAYBACK TIME for the Klinton mob and goons.
Oh, please, does that mean that the usual suspects, Jamie Gorelicker, Lee Hamilton, Gov. Kean and their merry band of gypsies get another news cycle? I'm gonna hurl.
Good! Let's table the hearings to follow the 2006 Dem Primaries!
I am getting a nice warm feeling all over ....
Lou Dobbs mentioned that over half of the members of Congress have now signed onto this call for open hearings. During the Lou Dobbs piece they also showed an Army General testifying before Congress where he says that he was responsible to creating 'Able Danger'. Lou Dobbs then made the point that the 9/11 Commission members who say it's not significant do not know what they are talking about.
Good news ping!
I happened to see that segment..I agree it is good news..
The Genenral was Shelton who preceded Air Force Gen Richard Myers as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff...... can't get any higher Military Man than that.
Although I doubt any of the guilty will receive proper retribution. They never do. And isn't that a shame? Makes ya sick!
Without a doubt the sudden hue and cry to get out of Iraq is to preempt the coming damage.
ping of interest,
Thanks for the ping Ernest
Passing on the news
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