A note, written by Department of Defense staffer Stephen Cambone on the afternoon of September 11th 2001, details Rumsfeld’s strategy to link Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein as culprits of the attacks.
Here’s a description of the text:
"The released notes document Donald Rumsfeld’s 2:40 PM instructions to General Myers to find the 'best info fast... judge whether good enough [to] hit S.H. [Saddam Hussein] at same time - not only UBL [Usama Bin Laden]"
(as discussed on p. 334-335 of the 9/11 Commission Report and in Bob Woodward's "Plan of Attack").
In addition, the documents confirm the contents of CBS News’ Sept. 4, 2002 report "Plans For Iraq Attack Began on 9/11," which quoted Rumsfeld’s notes as stating: "Go massive . . . Sweep it all up. Things related and not."
These lines were not mentioned in the 9/11 Commission Report or Woodward's "Plan of Attack," and have not been independently confirmed by any other source.
Finally, these documents unveil a previously undisclosed part of the 2:40 PM discussion.