FBI issues declassified document indicating logistical aid to 9/11 attackers

On Saturday, an official statement displayed on behalf of the 9/11 Families United Organization read that the 16 pages released by the FBI put any doubts about Saudi complicity to rest.

On the basis of the report published by the Indian Express, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued the latest declassified document related to the logistical aid offered to two Saudi hijackers before the disastrous incident of September 11, 2001, took place. Later on Saturday evening, on the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the attack, the 16-page document was presented.

The reports were partially expurgated, however showed signs of communication between the hijackers and its Saudi associates but indicates no sign of the government of Riyadh being involved in this diabolical plot.

The families of the deceased had appealed to Joe Biden to pay tribute to the victims of the attack in its 20th anniversary. After attending the memorial event in the respective cities of New York, Pennsylvania and Northern Virginia, Biden released the declassified documents.

The affected chunk of people had sued the Saudi government with dollars seeking justice for their beloved.

The government of Saudi had denied all the allegations thrown at them regarding the involvement in the brutal attack. On Wednesday, a Saudi consulate in Washington averred that it supported the full declassification of all records to end the baseless allegations against the Kingdom once and for all. On Saturday, an official statement displayed on behalf of the 9/11 Families United organization read: the 16 pages released by the FBI put any doubts about Saudi complicity to rest.

 

 

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