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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

11/14/2003: FBI Hijackers Chronology

Those researching the 9/11 attacks will find few documents more useful than the FBI's painstaking chronology of the hijacker's activities.

Starting with their birth, this 2003 timeline traces every documented movement of the 19 hijackers all the way through September 11.

Much of the document is redacted, and the amount of detail increases exponentially after the hijackers entered the U.S. -- scaling down to the level of individual ATM transactions. Even with its limitations and redactions, however, this is a priceless research aid.

11/14/2003: FBI Chronology of Hijacker's Movements

(Note: This is a large file.)

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