For years, it has been put forward by representatives and activists alike to have the 28 classified pages of the 9/11 Report released. Well, now that is a reality.
While there are several redactions from the documents, something I find incredible in light of the fact that we are a free society and that this is conclusive evidence that we should be dealing with Saudi Arabia more harshly than we have, the bulk of it is readable.
There is also a four-page letter that was submitted on January 29, 2003 to George J. Tenet, the Director of Central Intelligence by Representatives Bob Graham, Porter Goss, Richard Shelby, and Nancy Pelosi in which they put forth several things that they wanted to see accomplished following the release of the original 9/11 Report, things that are clearly unconstitutional and have been implemented to violate the rights of Americans without stopping any act of terrorism.
While the original report did reveal links between the hijackers and Saudi Arabia, some of the details were left out, but have now been opened up to the public in these declassified pages.
The report was first released in 2002.
Since that time, there have been a variety of theories put forward about 9/11 and who was actually responsible, including those in our own government.
More recently, the Saudis threatened to dump US Treasuries if Congress passed a 9/11 bill, which would allow for the Saudi government to be held responsible in US courts for their role in the 9/11 jihad attacks.
The Obama administration came out against such measures as Americans being able to sue Saudi Arabia for their role in the attacks claiming, “if we let Americans sue Saudis for 9/11, foreigners will begin suing the US non-stop.”
However, as a former CIA asset informed America, Obama is an Indonesian citizen who was “bought and paid for by the Saudis.”
Whatever conclusion you draw from the release of these pages, one thing is for sure, the mainstream media is not focusing on the documents being declassified. Although are being told by our government that it has absolutely nothing to hide, one wonders why it took so long to release the documents and why was it necessary to redact items in it?
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