What follows is an unconfirmed Drudge report (but I repeat myself). Nevertheless, it’s worth hashing out in the Drinks section. Read:

Al-Qaida May Have Delayed Attacks, Panel Finds
Tue Jun 15 2004 00:21:37 ET

The independent commission probing the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks has found evidence suggesting the attacks were intended to be carried out in May or June of that year, but were postponed by al-Qaida leaders because lead hijacker Mohamed Atta was not ready, the LA TIMES is planning to report on Tuesday.


New evidence gathered by the commission, including information obtained from U.S.-held detainees, indicates that Khalid Sheik Mohammed, mastermind of the attacks, persuaded al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden to postpone the attacks by several months because of the organizational problems.



If true, what does it mean? Hash it out, kids.


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