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米連邦911調査委員会でもブッシュ政権の非協力姿勢が批判の対象となる暗黒政治
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投稿者 木村愛二 日時 2003 年 7 月 10 日 17:03:03:

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『亜空間通信』626号(2003/07/10)
【米連邦911調査委員会でもブッシュ政権の非協力姿勢が批判の対象となる暗黒政治】

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 昨日(2003/07/09)、阿修羅戦争36掲示板に、以下の投稿があった。CNNの記事の日本語訳である。
 
 
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9・11テロ調査委、「省庁が非協力的」と批判  [CNN]
http://www.asyura.com/0306/war36/msg/748.html
投稿者 あっしら 日時 2003 年 7 月 09 日 20:21:08:

2003.07.09
Web posted at: 13:09 JST

- CNN

ワシントン(CNN) 2001年9月11日の同時多発テロを米政府が阻止できなかった原因などを調べる独立調査委員会(委員長・キーン元ニュージャージー州知事)は8日、国防総省を始めとする省庁の非協力姿勢のせいで調査が進展していないと批判する中間報告を発表した。

テロ調査委員会は中間報告で、国防総省や司法省、市民権・入国管理局(テロ当時は移民帰化局)、連邦捜査局(FBI)を名指しし、委員会が要請する文書などの提出が遅すぎると批判した。

中間報告は「これまでに国防総省関係で起きた問題は特に深刻」と指摘。なかでも北米航空宇宙防衛司令部(NORAD)や統合参謀本部などに関する情報が提出されていないため、調査が進展しないとしている。

また司法省も文書提出が遅れており、職員の面接に司法省関係者の立ち会いが不可欠としている同省の姿勢を批判している。

中間報告は一方で、ホワイトハウス、中央情報局(CIA)、国務省は調査にきわめて協力的で、必要な情報が速やかに提示されていると評価した。

http://www.cnn.co.jp/usa/CNN200307090019.html
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 一昨年、2001年9月11日の事件発生以来、アフガニスタンからイラクに至る数万人の人命を奪う攻撃が続いているというのに、その発端の事件そのものの真相は、隠蔽されたままである。
 
 昨年夏には、米上院と下院の合同の調査委員会が設置されたが、委員長のキッシンジャーの辞任で、開店休業のままである。上院の情報委員会の900頁の報告書は未公開である。
 
 実に恐るべき暗黒政治なのであるが、日本の大手メディアは、まるで騒がない。これまた驚くべき、いや、最早、ちっとも驚かない暗黒時代であるが、それでも、さらには、「反戦」運動組織すらが、ほとんど騒がないのだから、これまた呆れた「暗黒」偽善系左翼時代なのである。
 
 困ったことよと、しばし、情報の流れを眺めていたら、本日(2003/07/10)、アメリカの歴史見直し研究所から届いた電子手紙の中に、上記のCNN記事と同じ問題を扱ったニューヨークタイムズ記事の冒頭部分だけの紹介があった。
 
  リンクを叩いて訪問して、全文を見るみと、CNN記事とは違う部分がある。日本語訳の「習慣」によるものかもしれないのだが、「独立調査委員会」となっている委員会の名称は、英文では、The federal commission investigating the Sept. 11 terror attacksなのだから、「連邦委員会」とすべきであろう。議会内部の委員会ではなくて、合衆国とも訳されるUnited States、各州の自主性をも持つ「行政組織の方の連邦政府」の名による調査委員会なのである。だから、(委員長・キーン元ニュージャージー州知事)というようなことになるのである。
  
  
 困ったことには、「無い」部分もあって、その部分が、CNN記事の最後の部分なのである。その部分は、「協力的」な官庁もあるとの主旨なのだから、これは、無視できない。
 
 以下、ことの重要性を考慮して、全文を再録するが、これだけを読むと、ブッシュ政権下の省庁は、すべて「非協力」なのである。

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http://www.nytimes.com/2003/07/08/politics/08CND-TERR.html?ex=1058328000&en=9e034091002cddd2&ei=5062&partner=GOOGLE

July 8, 2003

9/11 Commission Says U.S. Agencies Slow Its Inquiry
By PHILIP SHENON

WASHINGTON, July 8 The federal commission investigating the Sept. 11 terror attacks said today that its work was being hampered by the failure of executive branch agencies, especially the Pentagon and the Justice Department, to respond quickly to requests for documents and testimony.

The panel also said the failure of the Bush administration to allow officials to be interviewed without the presence of government colleagues could impede its investigation, with the commission's chairman suggesting today that the situation amounted to "intimidation" of the witnesses.

In what they acknowledged was an effort to bring public pressure on the White House to meet the panel's demands for classified information, the commission's Republican chairman and Democratic vice chairman released a statement, declaring that they had received only a small part of the millions of sensitive government documents they have requested from the executive branch.

While praising President Bush and top aides for their personal commitment to the panel's work, the commission's leaders the chairman, Tom Kean, the former Republican governor of New Jersey, and Lee H. Hamilton, the former Democratic member of the House from Indiana said that federal agencies under Mr. Bush's control were not cooperating quickly or fully.

"The administration underestimated the scale of the commission's work and the full breadth of support required," they said. "The coming weeks will determine whether we will be able to do our job within the time allotted. The task in front of us is monumental."

Claire Buchan, a White House spokeswoman, said today in response to the statement from the panel, known formally as the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States: "The president is committed to ensuring that the commission has all the information it needs. The president has directed federal agencies to cooperate and to do so quickly."

Under the law creating the bipartisan, 10-member panel last year, the commission, which met for the first time in January, is required to complete its investigation by next May. "While thousands of documents are flowing in some in boxes and some digitized most of the documents we need are still to come," the statement said. "Time is slipping by."

The criticism today from Governor Kean and Mr. Hamilton clearly took senior administration officials by surprise and brought a fresh round of attacks on the White House from Congressional Democrats who have said that the administration is trying to stonewall a politically damaging inquiry.

Although the White House had initially opposed the creation of an independent commission to investigate intelligence and law-enforcement failures before the 2001 terrorist strikes, the administration eventually came around to support the move, and it has repeatedly pledged full cooperation.

The White House chose Mr. Kean to lead the investigation after its first choice, Henry A. Kissinger, the former secretary of state, resigned from the post rather than release a list of clients of his consulting firm. Mr. Hamilton was named vice chairman by Congressional Democrats after their first choice, George J. Mitchell, the former Senate Democratic majority leader, resigned when questions were raised about similar conflicts of interest.

In their statement, Mr. Kean and Mr. Hamilton said that the "problems that have arisen so far with the Department of Defense are becoming particularly serious." They noted that the Pentagon had not responded to a series of requests for evidence from several Defense Department agencies, including the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the North American Aerospace Defense Command, which is responsible for guarding American airspace from terrorist attack.

"Delays are lengthening and agency points of contact have so far been unable to resolve them," the statement said. "In the last few days, we have been assured that the department's leaders will address these concerns. We look forward to seeing the results."

Mr. Kean and Mr. Hamilton suggested that the Justice Department was behind a directive barring intelligence officials from being interviewed by the panel without the presence of agency colleagues.

At a news conference, Mr. Kean described the presence of "minders" at the interviews as a form of intimidation. "I think the commission feels unanimously that it's some intimidation to have somebody sitting behind you all the time who you either work for or works for your agency," he said. "You might get less testimony than you would."

"We would rather interview these people without minders or without agency people there," he said.

In their written statement, the panel's leaders said that the Justice Department had been "unable to resolve important issues related" to the commission's access to evidence and testimony from the case of Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person facing trial in an American court for conspiring in the Sept. 11 attacks.

A Defense Department spokeswoman said tonight that the department would have no immediate response to the criticism.

A Justice Department spokesman, Mark Corallo, said his department remained "committed to assisting the commission's important work on behalf of the United States." He added, however, that "assembling the enormous amount of information requested takes significant manpower and time to accomplish."

He defended the administration's requirement that witnesses be present when some executive branch officials are interviewed by the panel. "In any investigation in which federal employees are interviewed, it is standard practice to have another agency representative present for the benefit of the witnesses and to help facilitate the investigation."

Although their intent today was clearly to create discomfort at the White House, Mr. Kean and Mr. Hamilton said repeatedly that they were optimistic that the panel could complete its work on time and that it would offer the most complete account available of the events that led to the terrorist attacks.
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