U.S. forces searching for al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden along the mountainous border between Pakistan and Afghanistan will soon implement high-tech surveillance tactics in the region, enabling them to monitor the area 24 hours a day, seven days a week, CNN has learned.
Yes, now that elections are approaching, the Bush administration has decided — two and a half years after Sept. 11 — to begin using high-tech surveillance in a 24/7 search for Osama bin Laden. So my own unanswered question for today is what on earth have we been doing up until now? Hoping he would turn himself in?
The Family Steering Committee of the 9/11 Independent Commission would like to ask President Bush:
At what time were you made aware that other planes were hijacked in addition to Flight 11 and Flight 175? Who notified you? What was your course of action as commander-in-chief of the United States?