September 11 - A Whistleblower Who Tried to Prevent 9/11; An Editor Fired for Not Covering Putin's Latest Stunt; The Senate's Mendacious Attempt to Kill Dodd-Frank

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On this 11th anniversary of 9/11 we begin with Coleen Rowley, a former FBI special agent who pushed to investigate the so-call thirteenth 9/11 hijacker Zacarias Moussoui before the 9/11 attack. We discuss the latest revelations of a hidden body of memos and intelligence briefs that preceded the infamous August 9 CIA daily brief “Bin Laden Determined to Strike in US” that make it clear how culpable the Bush White House are for not preventing 9/11 and how negligent they were in ignoring repeated, specific warnings. coleen rowley

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Then we go to Moscow to speak with the editor of a popular science magazine who was fired for not covering Putin’s stunt flying with the cranes. Masha Gessen, the author of “The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin” joins us to discuss the on-going struggle of brave Russians standing up to an increasingly repressive leader who continues to dramatically reverse freedom of expression and the legal, civil and human rights of Russians.

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Then finally we examine the latest attempt by the Wall Street banking lobby to undo the Dodd-Frank post 2008 reforms. Amit Narang, Public Citizen’s regulatory policy advocate and Editor of The Administrative Law Review joins us to discuss how a bi-partisan group of Senators are pushing a poison pill bill posing as financial reform that will enable Wall Street to smother attempts at oversight with endless delays through litigation.

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