September 11, 2001: Conservative Senator Orrin Hatch (R) tells the Associated Press that the US government was monitoring bin Laden's communications electronically, and had overheard two bin Laden aides celebrating the successful terrorist attack: "They have an intercept of some information that included people associated with bin Laden who acknowledged a couple of targets were hit." [AP, 9/12/01, ABC News, 9/12/01] Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld publicly denounces the report, not as untrue, but as an unauthorized release of classified information. [Department of Defense news briefing, 9/12/01] The head of the NSA explains the delay by saying bin Laden (living in a cave in Afghanistan) "has better technology" than the US (with its $30 billion a year intelligence budget). [Sunday Herald, 9/16/01] Why has the mainstream media not explored he implications that the CIA and FBI could monitor the private communications of al-Qaeda on the days up to and including 9/11
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