U.S. suspicion of Saudi ties to 9/11 outlined in declassified 2002 intelligence report

WASHINGTON, July 15 (UPI) — More than two dozen top secret investigative pages that contributed to the government’s official 9/11 report were finally released Friday, following years of pressure from lawmakers, leery conspiracy theorists and relatives of some of the victims.

The 29-pages of raw intelligence material, compiled by congressional investigators months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, addresses potential connections between some of the al-Qaida hijackers and the Saudi Arabian government.

The pages were not part of the 9/11 commission’s actual report, but instead were part of a joint congressional inquiry that gathered and evaluated raw intelligence that was later investigated by the commission’s members.

Full 28 page release below.

28 page 9-11 inquiry report

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    Where is the real truth hidden , why 19 of the terrorists were Saudis ? Why documents of the terrorist plan were hidden at the Saudi Embassy ? Politicians lied as much as they can .