UQ Wire: Links – Fahrenheit 911 & FAA Tapes 

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Date: Friday, 7 May 2004
Time: 5:01 pm NZT

UQ Wire: Links – Fahrenheit 911 & FAA Tapes

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Links – Fahrenheit 911 & FAA Tapes
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Disney Forbidding Distribution of Film That Criticizes Bush By Jim Rutenberg
New York Times
Wednesday 05 May 2004

The Walt Disney Company is blocking its Miramax division from distributing a new documentary by Michael Moore that harshly criticizes President Bush, executives at both Disney and Miramax said Tuesday.

The film, “Fahrenheit 911,” links Mr. Bush and prominent Saudis – including the family of Osama bin Laden – and criticizes Mr. Bush's actions before and after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Disney, which bought Miramax more than a decade ago, has a contractual agreement with the Miramax principals, Bob and Harvey Weinstein, allowing it to prevent the company from distributing films under certain circumstances, like an excessive budget or an NC-17 rating.

www.nytimes.com/2004/05/05/national/05DISN.html ∑. or∑


F.A.A. Official Scrapped Tape of 9/11 Controllers' Statements By Matthew L. Wald
The New York Times
Thursday 06 May 2004

WASHINGTON – At least six air traffic controllers who dealt with two of the hijacked airliners on Sept. 11, 2001, made a tape recording that day describing the events, but the tape was destroyed by a supervisor without anyone making a transcript or even listening to it, the Transportation Department said today.

The taping began before noon on Sept. 11 at the New York Air Route Traffic Control Center, in Ronkonkoma, on Long Island, but it was later destroyed by an F.A.A. quality-assurance manager, who crushed the cassette in his hand, cut the tape into little pieces and dropped them in different trash cans around the building, according to a report made public today by the inspector general of the Transportation Department.

The inspector general, Kenneth M. Mead, had been asked by Senator John McCain, chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, to look into how well the Federal Aviation Administration had cooperated with the 9/11 Commission.

www.nytimes.com/2004/05/06/national/06CND-TAPE.html?hp ∑ or∑

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