Media, Pennsylvania—October 28, 2006——Cambone/Rumsfeld 9/11, Iraq notes an issue in Weldon/Sestak race?—As the hard fought congressional race between GOP House incumbent Curt Weldon and Democrat Vice-Admiral Joe Sestak winds to a conclusion on election day on November 7, top-secret contemporaneous notes written during the September 11 attacks by Defense Under-Secretary for Intelligence Stephen Cambone were placed in the hands of top Weldon confidant Charles Sexton and Sestak’s brother Richard today.

“I’ll take a look at them,” said Sexton, after visited Weldon’s campaign office today and handed the former Delaware County Republican leader and his campaign aide Alex Rahn (“I’ll give them to Curt”) two sets of copies of the redacted Cambone notes released via the federal Freedom of Information Act, our analysis, proposed subpoena list and story explaining implications of the explosive notes for 9/11 and the Iraq War along with a copy of our Able Danger letter published in the News of Delaware County requesting Rumsfeld/Cambone testimony before Weldon’s House Armed Services Committee.

Sexton was the subject of a recent FBI raid as part of a federal probe concerning Weldon’s alleged sale of influence linked to Russian energy company Itera which is being jointly investigated by French authorities who are also looking at Weldon’s five trips to Paris during the last few years and his meetings with Israeli—Iranian double agent Manucher Ghorbanifar.

Cambone's written observations provide primary source evidence of a Bush administration plan for war against Iraq even as the alleged "hijackers" attacked America on September 11. The notes also reveal Rumsfeld's full fixation on finding a justification "related" to "or not" related to Iraq on 9/11 but also a reference and acknowledgement during the actual attacks to Usama bin Laden and Saddam's son Udday Hussein who wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding prior knowledge of September 11

We also delivered a set of the same documents to Sestak’s brother Richard at their campaign office, receiving a promise to “take a look at them and pass them along to Joe.”

Members of the Joint Congressional Intelligence Committee would have seen the top-secret documents; and 9-11 Commission members and Washington Post editor and author Bob Woodward also knew of their existence since both the final 9-11 Commission Report and Woodward’s book “Plan of Attack” (based on exclusive interviews with President Bush) made multiple references to Cambone’s notes with no mention of the “go massive” revelations, etc.

Despite their collective awareness of the revelations contained in the notes, there was no mention of the key “go massive—sweep it all up…things related and not” references found in Cambone’s written observations—only in a September 4, 2002 CBS report—the references to which were allegedly obstructed by Congress, the 9-11 Commission and Bob Woodward’s book.

While we previously emailed and phone referenced Cambone’s notes to both campaigns numerous times since last March (Weldon) and July (Sestak), it remains to be seen whether Mr. Sestak will decide to hold his opponent’s feet to the fire in a close congressional race as to why Mr. Weldon has not sought Cambone and Rumsfeld testimony before his House Armed Services Committee given direct references in the notes to war with Iraq and Uday Hussein’s connection to Usama bin Laden during the attacks.

A more curious question is why Mr. Weldon would not subpoena the reportedly more explosive 9/11 notes and testimony of Rumsfeld PR aide Victoria Clarke. For Clarke’s notes are still under Bush administration seal to “protect national security” even as the ten term congressional veteran fights for his career in the face of an FBI probe on both sides of the Atlantic largely promoted by his own Republican Party controlled Justice Department. All this raises serious questions regarding whether there is more to the story than meets the eye—and why Mr. Weldon is protecting Rumsfeld and Cambone at his own expense.