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Lawsuit could reveal secret Saudi connection to 9/11

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 Cinnamon    14,322

A federal lawsuit moving forward in Manhattan could open the floodgates to tightly held government secrets about foreign connections to the 9/11 attacks.

While the Obama administration refuses to make public the censored 28 pages of the congressional intelligence report implicating the Saudi government in the terror strike — defying bipartisan requests from lawmakers — the two investigators who authored the long-secret section will more than likely be called to testify in the lawsuit brought against the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Former FBI investigator Michael Jacobson and former Justice Department attorney Dana Lesemann ran down FBI leads tying Saudi officials to some of the Saudi hijackers and documented their findings in the report.



Since 9/11 was a catalyst to the government crackdown via the Patriot Act and other unconstitutional laws and the reason we've been in Afghanistan for more than a decade, it's about time we find out what the Saudi's role was in all of that. These 28 pages have been mentioned before, I just hope that they hold a key to what really went on back then. So many agendas.

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Some Saudi nationals just happened to be entering and leaving the country via private jet, while everyone else was grounded, including famed Osama Bin Laden.  What scares soldiers the most?  Osama, Obama, and yo' mama (Billary Clinton). 

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