Jamie Gorelick

former 9/11 Commissioner

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Former 9/11 Commissioner and Deputy Attorney General in the Clinton Administration (1994-1997)

Jamie Gorelick on KCRW

Seven years after the 9/11 Commission's best-selling report, co-chairmen Lee Hamilton and Thomas Kean have issued a report saying the US is still not prepared for a major catastrophe.

September 11: Advance Warnings and the War in Iraq

Seven years after the 9/11 Commission's best-selling report, co-chairmen Lee Hamilton and Thomas Kean have issued a report saying the US is still not prepared for a major catastrophe.

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The co-chairs of the 9/11 Commission claim in a " Report Card " that the nation is still not as secure as it should be, partly because intelligence lacks coordination.

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The co-chairs of the 9/11 Commission claim in a " Report Card " that the nation is still not as secure as it should be, partly because intelligence lacks coordination.

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