June 13, 2015

CIA declassifies report On 9/11, blanks out Saudi section



The US spy agency CIA has finally declassified a report on the September eleven attacks. However, a section titled “Issues Relating to Saudi Arabia” has been mostly taken out of the nearly 500 page master report.

The only available page from the Saudi section speculates that a few Saudi government officials may have supported the al-Qaeda. But it says there wasn't enough information to confirm the Saudi government's support for terrorism prior to the 2001 attacks.

Several Congressmen as well as the 9/11 Commission have called for the release of the still-secret excerpt of the report on the possible role of Saudi Arabia. Many believe that the redacted section could provide clues to suspected connections between the Saudi royal family and the attacks, which had worldwide implications beginning with the US invasion of Afghanistan.

PressTV

Related,
CIA Report Says No Evidence Saudi Arabia 'Willingly Supported' al Qaeda Leading up to 9/11 - VICE
There’s a Reason the Saudi Arabia Section of CIA’s Newly Declassified 9/11 Report Is Raising Questions - The Blaze

CIA releases memo showing agency blamed Bill Clinton for bankrupting war on terror ahead of 9/11 - Washington Times
CIA Releases Declassified Documents Related to 9/11 Attacks - CIA

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