Book: Sept. 11 panel considered Pentagon probe
Authors, panel’s chairmen, offer behind-the-scenes look at terror response
Former Chair Thomas Kean, left, and former Vice Chair Lee Hamilton of the 9/11 Commission co-authored "Without Precedent," which goes on sale Aug. 15.
WASHINGTON - The Sept. 11 commission was so frustrated with repeated misstatements by the Pentagon and FAA about their response to the 2001 terror attacks that it considered an investigation into possible deception, the panel’s chairmen say in a new book.
Charlie Rose interviews THOMAS H. KEAN LEE H. HAMILTON Co-Chairs of the 9/11 Commission Co-Authors, “ Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11Commission” PART ONE OF A CONVERSATION WITH CHARLES GIBSON Anchor, ABC World News with Charles Gibson