S. Rept. 107- 351; H. Rept. 107-792: Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, Report of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence together with Additional Views, December 2002 [open pdf - 6MB]
This is the declassified version of the Final Report of the Joint Inquiry that was approved and filed with the House of Representatives and the Senate on December 20, 2002. With the exception of portions that were released to the public previously (e.g., the additional views of Members, the GAO Anthrax Report, etc.), this version has been declassified by the Intelligence Community prior to its public release. There are four parts to the report. Part one contains the findings and conclusions of the joint inquiry. Part two contains the narrative with details of the planning of the September 11th attacks, the hijackers of the Pentagon flight (Khalid al-Mihdhar, Nawaf al-Hazmi, and Salim al-Hazmi) and related terrorist incidents involving the same individuals, intercepted communications amongst the Pentagon hijackers, al-Hazmi's and al-Mihdhar's contact with an FBI Informant, associates of the terrorists involved in the 9-11 attacks including Omar al-Bayoumi and Osama Bassnan, the increased threat of terrorism, and U.S. counter-terrorism policy prior to 9-11. Part three details the execution of the September 11th attacks in regards to counter-terrorism resources, foreign liaison's, covert action and military operations against Usama Bin Ladin, disruption of terrorist funding, Khalid Shaykh Mohammed (considered the mastermind of 9-11), investigation of Zacarias Moussaoui prior to 9-11, Phoenix Electronic Communication (EC), and views outside of the intelligence community in addition to information sharing, technology gaps, technical collection of terrorist communications, and Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Collection. Part four contains a discussion and narrative regarding certain sensitive national security matters in addition to a glossary, additional views of members, and appendices.
S. Rept. 107- 351; H. Rept. 107-792; Senate Report 107- 351; House Report 107-792
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