Congressman Dana Rohrabacher slams FBI, but gives his investigation a “pass” on his own deficiencies

By Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

5 January 2007: After two years of “investigation” led by the Dana Rohrabacher, chairman of the International Relations’ Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, all he could say is that the FBI was obstructive and uncooperative with his inquiry examining Islamic terrorist and foreign ties to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Despite the weight carried by his congressional subcommittee, his ability to compel the declassification of vital documents that would conclusively link an Islamic terrorist connection AND PRIOR WARNING of the bombing, the best the chairman could do is state that there are simply more unanswered questions.

Appearing a bit uncomfortable and searching for proper words, Rohrabacher (who former California Congressman Bob Dornan once accused of “being marinated in terrorist money”) also failed to explain why he refused to view twenty-two-(22) affadavits from reputable eyewitness that relate directly to “John Doe #2 and the former Iraqi Republican Guard member Hussain al Hussaini who was with McVeigh in OKC at the time of the bombing. Hussain al Hussaini later moved to Boston, where was working on 9/11 and where 2 of the hijacked planes originated on 9/11.

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