It is curious that for one of the largest crimes in the history of our nation, our own government would fail to follow the highly evolved principles and standards of proper investigative methodology which has always been the pride and mainstay of our "independent" DOJ and democracy; choosing instead to rely on coerced confessions of tortured (waterboarded), illegally held, unrepresented detainees, (no matter how unreliable such tortured sources have proven to be), and the intentional withholding of (controlled demolitions) evidence. Like the "top-down" Warren Report that investigated JFK's assassination, the 9/11 Commission Report asks more questions than it sets out to answer. What we got was a "report". What we need is an honest, unbiased, proper investigation which takes testimony under oath and follows up on contradictory testimony and chases down all evidence wherever it might lead, however inconvenient and shameful and yes, possibly treasonous, especially since IT MIGHT BE AND PROVE treasonous. Following proper methodology will bring us to a proper conclusion. Intentionally short circuiting proper methodology will only leave us to question its conclusion, leaving us in doubt, suspecting the worst, living in fear, being unfree. We owe it to ourselves to demand a proper and real investigation.