Saudi Government Links to 9/11 Shouldn’t Stay Secret

For more than 13 years, 28 pages documenting specific indications of foreign government support of the 9/11 hijackers were hidden from the American people.

Declassified on July 15, 2016, the 28 pages revealed a web of interconnections linking Saudi government officials, members of the Saudi royal family, suspected Saudi intelligence operatives and 9/11 hijackers.

Among those revelations:

  • The first page of the declassified 28 pages on Saudi government links to 9/11Saudi Prince Bandar—the ambassador to the United States—made payments to an avowed supporter of Osama bin Laden who boasted of helping two Flight 77 hijackers in San Diego.
  • An unlisted phone number linked closely to Bandar was found in the phone book of al Qaeda associate Abu Zubaydah in Pakistan.
  • Zubaydah also had a phone number for a bodyguard at the Saudi embassy in Washington who was under an FBI investigation prompted by his suspicious behavior in approaching U.S. intelligence community personnel.

The U.S. and Saudi governments claim there are innocent explanations for these and many other disturbing coincidences found in the 28 pages and other declassified documents. If so, the people of the United States and the entire world deserve to see the full evidence for themselves.

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