Given Sen. Hillary Clinton's remark yesterday,
I'm certain that if my husband and his national security team had been shown a classified report entitled 'Bin Laden Determined To Attack Inside the United States' he would have taken it more seriously than history suggests it was taken by our current president and his national security team,"
has the Richard Clarke-authored Millennium after-action report on the Clinton administration's anti-terror efforts ever been made public? From the 9/11 report, http://www.9-11commission.gov/staff_statements/staff_statement_8.pdf target=_blank>Staff Statement Number 8:
In a January 2000 note to Berger, Clarke reported that the CSG drew two main conclusions from the Millennium crisis. First, it had concluded that U.S.-led disruption efforts "have not put too much of a dent" into Bin Ladin's network abroad. Second, it feared that "sleeper cells" or other links to foreign terrorist groups had taken root in the United States. Berger then led a formal Millennium after-action review....