A former senator and ex-chairman of the Intelligence Committee is blasting CIA Director John Brennan over his resistance to releasing 28 missing pages from a congressional report into the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Former Sen. Bob Graham (D-Fla.), an author of the report who has been the most vocal supporter of releasing the classified pages, focused on Brennan’s claim that the pages contain “inaccurate” information.
“With all due respect, that argument is an affront not only to the American public in general but also to all those who lost family members, loved ones and friends on that fateful September day in 2001,” Graham wrote in an op-ed in The Washington Post Wednesday evening. “Americans are fully capable of reviewing the 28 pages and making up their own minds about their significance.”
He asked: “What is the investigatory basis for his conclusion?”