Given the enormous stakes for lives and liberties around the world, every government claim and public assumption about the war on terror deserves questioning.

28Pages.org provides candid analysis of the war on terror to advance a more rational, honest and effective approach to this longest of American wars.

The site was launched in July 2014 by freelance writer Brian McGlinchey as an information and activism hub for the nonpartisan movement to declassify 28 pages on Saudi links to 9/11. 28Pages.org pursued that goal by enlightening the public, facilitating activism, and serving as a resource to journalists.

The pages were partially declassified on July 15, 2016, and confirmed that, at the very same time the U.S. government was manufacturing bogus links between Iraq and 9/11, it was suppressing 28 pages of bona fide investigative leads pointing to supposed U.S. ally Saudi Arabia. Those leads, according to members of the 9/11 Commission, were never fully investigated.

Though 28Pages.org is now expanding beyond Saudi-9/11 links, the site’s name is an enduring reminder that the U.S. government’s execution of the war on terror is often characterized by dishonesty, hypocrisy and a purposeful lack of transparency.

About Brian McGlinchey

Brian McGlinchey is a former Army officer and financial services executive, and a 1989 graduate of Bucknell University, where he studied political science and history. In addition to his role at 28Pages.org, McGlinchey operates Liberty Messaging, a copywriting, editing and communications firm for those who advance limited government and a non-interventionist foreign policy. Follow him on Twitter at @LibertyMcG; follow 28Pages.org at @28Pages. Please direct media inquiries to media@28pages.org.

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