"As the second anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks approaches, a book that claims the stunning events of that day were supported and perhaps organized by U.S. intelligence services is nearing the top of the bestseller charts in Germany.
"Die CIA und der 11. September. Internationaler Terror und die Rolle der Geheimdienste (The CIA and Sept. 11: International Terror and the Role of the Secret Services) was up two places to No. 5 in the non-fiction segment of this week's Der Spiegel list...
"The author, Andreas von Bülow, a former member of the German cabinet, does not directly accuse the Central Intelligence Agency...[but] strongly suggest[s] a CIA link to the attacks."
—Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Weekly, Sept. 5, 2003.