From 9/11 Encyclopedia:
Bob Graham was one of the few members of the Intelligence Committee,
who received a copy of the CIA -memo to Bush on August 6th, 2001.
Since then his strategy seems undefined.
In October 2002, he said, he is seeking to declassify "the most important information" obtained in a congressional probe of the September 11 attacks.
Howeveer Graham didn't tell the public, that he was in a meeting with former Pakistan Secret Service Boss Massoud on the morning of September 11th and didn't talk about it yet. (->)
Almost unknown, Graham was already in Pakistan a few weeks before that meeting. Graham, Porter Goss (R) and Senator John Kyl (R) traveled to Pakistan and met with President Musharraf.
They discussed various security issues, including the possible extradition of bin Laden. They also met with Abdul Salam Zaeef, the Taliban ambassador to Pakistan.
According to a local press account at the time, "Zaeef assured the delegation that the Taliban government wanted to settle the issue through negotiations."
In early 2003, Graham, whose sister-in-law, Katherine Graham once owned the Washington Post, announced he would run for 2004, but planned his final decision for april 2003.
Graham continued to give his opinion on some classified 911-files: "Frankly, there is a piece of information which is still classified which I consider to be the most important information that's come to the attention of the joint committee," Graham said on CBS's "Face the Nation."