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Inside 9/11 is a two-part television [documentary that premiered on August 21 and August 22, 2005 on the National Geographic Channel. The program covers the September 11, 2001 attack, the events that led to it, and its aftermath. The first part consisted of examining, event by event, the build-up towards September 11. The second part consisted of the events of 9/11 itself, and the aftermath. Experts and eyewitnesses provide their accounts of the attacks and the events are covered in chronological order.
It was the highest rated program ever for the National Geographic Channel and was nominated for an Emmy in 2006.
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The first part covers the pre-9/11 events leading up to the forthcoming terrorist attacks.
Steve Emerson - journo
Milt Bearden - cia
Rohan Gunaratna - author
Prince Turki Al-Faisal - saudi intelligence
Robert Blitzer - fbi
Peter Lance - author
Andy McCarthy - attorney
Terry McDermott - author
Yosri Fouda - journo
Michael Scheuer - cia
Patrick Fitzgerald - attorney
Cofer Black - cia
Steve Coll - author
Alan Cullison - journo
John Miller - reporter
Gary Schroen - cia
Abdel Bari Atwan - journo
Arne Kruithof - flight instructor
J Cofer Black - cia
The second part covers the unfolding events of September 11, 2001.
intro titles narrator:hijackers at portland
Michael Tuohey - checkin guy
Betty Ong call.
Nydia Gonzalez? AA center.
Mohammed Atta - transmission.
"real world or exercise"
mentions Amy Sweeney
Naudet footage of first plane.
Richard Picciotto - fdny
Peter Hanson phone call
2nd plane hits.
Boston Center recording
Dave Corporon - Cameron
Mike Sheehan - Reporter
Bush in school.
Louis Lesce calls wife.
Nathan Goldwasser - 89th Floor
Pablo Ortees??? - rescuer,died
Lesce found by rescurers
NEADS - transmission.
Brian Clark - 84th floor - finds Praimnath
call to Ted Olsen.
mentioned Wells Crowther -leads survivors to safety.
Ladder 15 Firemen radio
Louis Lesce again.
Jack Taliercio - Cameraman
bodys falling... Ricahrd Picciottio
Ted Anderson - Pentagon survivor
Shiela Moody mentioned
Abdel Bari Atwan Milt Bearden Cofer Black Robert Blitzer Deena Burnett Louise Buzzelli Pasquale Buzzelli Brian Clark Steve Coll David Corporon Alan Cullison Dianne Defontes Richard Drew Steve Emerson Prince Turki Al Faisal Usman Farman Patrick Fitzgerald Yosri Fouda David Frum Robert Gates Lyz Glick Bob Graham Rohan Gunaratna Kenneth Holden Jamal Khashoggi Peter Lance Keith Lane Louis Lesce Robert Marr Andrew McCarthy Terry McDermott John Miller
In MacDill Air Force Base, a Military Committee is reviewing an unusual chart known as Able Danger, which allowed Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi to travel across the U.S. without being caught because they hold valid U.S. Visas and may be off Intelligence Gathering by the military and the FBI.
Zacarias Moussaoui, the alleged "twentieth hijacker," is in U.S. Custody for the foreseeable future as he is arrested on an immigration charge and the role to fly a plane into the White House if not being arrested four weeks prior to 9/11. He is the only person to date to be charged in relation to the 9/11 attacks.
The supervising producer was Nicole Rittenmeyer.