New Accusations Arise About ABC and Disney Misleading U.S. Television Viewers About 9/11 During Run-Up to Midterm

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ — Scheduled to be aired on September 10 and 11, ABC's "docudrama" about the Sept. 11 attacks has come under severe criticism by terrorism experts and a member of the 9-11 commission.Many reports have shown that the miniseries is ripe with conservative propaganda, largely ignores Bush administration failures and misrepresents Clinton's counterterrorism policies, such as in made-up scenes depicting Clinton officials as undermining attempts to kill Osama bin Laden.

In another telling example, the series claims that the Washington Post ruined a valuable form of surveillance of bin Laden by disclosing that the U.S. was monitoring his cell phone calls, an accusation actually made by a different paper, the conservative Washington Times.

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