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Original Message New documents show that the old sodomite, Peter Eater Deluxe, Barney Fwank shares sone guilt in the 9/11 attack, according to this article.

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Newly Discovered Documents Show that Barney Frank Has Significant Blame For 9/11
A recent “Freedom of Information” request has revealed that nearly 10,000 documents still exist that the 9/11 Commission were told were destroyed, and this may not fare very well for Barney Frank.
According to Scott Malone of NavySeals.com and Christopher Law from the Public Education Center, these documents show that the CIA knew that several of the hijackers on 9/11 who were in the country were associated with Al-Qaeda. But authorities were powerless to deport them because of an amendment to an immigration law that Frank had authored.
According to statements by five army officers, the CIA program called “Able Danger” had identified the September 11, 2001 attack leader and three of the other hijackers as possible members of an al-Qaeda cell.
Under U.S. law now, as it was before the “Frank” 1990 amendment, we could simply pick up those foreigners whose radical beliefs might denote a threat to the country and deport them. The Frank amendment, however, put the burden of proof on the government to show that the individuals in question had previously engaged in terrorist activity. No longer could an individual be excluded from getting a visa or staying in this country no matter how extreme their beliefs.
After 9/11, when the problem of his amendment became obvious, Barney Frank still opposed denying visas to individuals even though they had been associated with terrorist organizations.
The Patriot Act restored the Federal government’s ability to bar or deport those who were affiliated with known terror groups. Frank however opposed the change that kept those sympathetic to terrorists out of the U.S. Regarding this, he wrote: "the mere espousal or endorsement, of terrorist activity casts far too wide a net of exclusion.”
Rather than accept any blame for the possibility that the lead hijacker and other terrorists were able to enter and stay in this country because of his amendment, Frank claims that they entered the country illegally, despite the fact to the contrary. According to Rep. Curt Weldon, (R-PA), vice chairman of the House Armed Services and Homeland Security committees, in September of 2000, the CIA recommended that its information on the hijackers be given to the FBI "so they could bring that cell in and take out the terrorists."
However, Weldon says, Pentagon lawyers rejected the recommendation because Atta and the others were in the country legally so therefore information on them could not be shared with law enforcement. Their legal visas protected them from a full investigation and prevented the exchange of information by government agencies.
It is only a matter of time before the existing Able Danger documents are declassified, and the full extent of Frank’s folly becomes apparent. His opponent in the upcoming congressional race, Chuck Morse, is capitalizing on Frank’s amendment which emasculated immigration authorities from removing the most dangerous elements from society, as well as Frank’s penchant for defunding critical intelligence programs.
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