Zelikow was chosen by Cheney-Bush to run the 9/11 Commission.
According to Philip Shenon, Zelikow had written all of the chapter outlines of The 9/11 Commission Report
before the Commission even began its investigation.
Zelikow completely controlled the investigation,
ordering underlings to basically just fill in the chapter outlines of his pre-scripted novel.
The Report became a “surprise bestseller”
because it reads like a novel
– which is exactly what it is.
The core story
– the alleged plot by 19 alleged hijackers led by a guy on dialysis in a cave in Afghanistan
– is supported by nothing remotely resembling evidence that would stand up in a court of law.
If you follow the footnotes,
you’ll find that the whole thing is supposedly based on third-hand testimony taken under brutal torture from Khalid Sheikh Mohammed,
who apparently had to be waterboarded 183 times in one month
in order to brainwash him into remembering and parroting the details of Zelikow’s novel.