Robert Torricelli

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"President Bush has suggested that we hold private hearings regarding the 911 tragedy. This is not how we conduct the Government. Our accountability is to the people of our country. Yet the administration claims that such hearings would be a distraction from the war on terrorism. That is not our history or how we conduct our government. Accountability is at the core of any representative government. This nation needs an independent board of inquiry to determine the events of September 11... An investigation must be conducted by an independent board of inquiry to determine what problems need to be addressed in US agencies responsible for intelligence. Simply leaving this inquiry to the House and Senate intelligence committees would not provide the impartial investigation needed. Those committees have had continuing oversight for the very intelligence agencies they would be investigating. Thus, they would not provide the fresh perspective an independent board would bring to the issue."

After Senator Robert Torricelli made these statements, Jared Kushner's New York Observer and the Ochs Sulzberger's New York Times began attacking Robert Torricelli, implying he was involved things such as the Alan Hevesi Pension Scandal, which Robert Torricelli was revealed to be involved in.
Such illegal methods allowed Charles Kushner to push lots of money to politicians such as Bill Bradley, John Corzine, Robert Torricelli, and Jim McGreevey.