Scandal Inside The FBI -
Did G-Men Miss the Boat On 911?

By Wes Vernon Exclusive

WASHINGTON -- has learned that active FBI Special Agent Robert Wright is about to blow the whistle on his superiors for hindering investigations that might have prevented the terrorist attacks of September 11.
Judicial Watch, the public interest law firm, scheduled, then postponed, a press conference for Wednesday where Wright, cloaked in anonymity until now, was going to tell the whole story.
The shocking details should be out in a few days.
Wright complains that when he tried to continue and pursue certain terrorist investigations, he met with retaliation from his bosses and from the Justice Department who made it clear that they wanted the probes to go no further.
Prior to putting off the news conference, Judicial Watch said that "based on the evidence, the FBI Special Agent believes that if certain investigations had been allowed to run their course, Osama bin Laden's network might have been prevented from committing the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks which resulted in the deaths of nearly 3,000 innocents."
Insiders believe after this full story breaks, Wright's career will be toast. Only public outrage can save him.
Meanwhile, Judicial Watch, which is representing Wright, is requesting a full independent investigation.
Assisting the law firm in this case is none other than David Schippers - the same Schippers whose quiet, methodical and damning leadership in the Clinton investigation led to the then-president's impeachment.

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