Disney has no plans to release a 2006 ABC mini-series entitled Path to 9/11 on DVD, says The Hollywood Reporter. Disney stockholders recently met in Albequerque, New Mexico, and Tom Borelli, a Disney portfolio fund manager, accused CEO Michael Iger of protecting political considerations in withholding this DVD. Apparently, not only does Disney not want to release the mini-series on DVD, but they will not sell the rights to other studios as well. Borelli apparently had a letter from Lionsgate claiming that Disney would not sell the DVD rights to another company.

Borelli also accused Iger of political motivations in withholding this mini-series - which revolved around President Bill Clinton's mishandling of terror threats which may have eventually led to the 9/11 attack - since Iger has been an avid supporter of Senator Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House.

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Iger claimed that his decision on this DVD was based on financial aspects, not political, but some beg to differ. Path to 9/11 screenwriter Cyrus Nowrasteh told reporters that an ABC Studios exec said to him that, "If Hillary weren't running for president, this wouldn't be a problem."

The 2006 mini-series was so controversial that several prominent Democrats asked Disney not to air the program. It aired, after some last-minute edits, commercial-free.