The FBI has released a 16-page document produced from the investigation of the attacks on September 11th, 2001. This report, although heavily redacted, unveils new details surrounding the tragedy of 9/11. This is the first of several documents to be released over the period of the next six months.
Joe Biden stated “As we approach the 20th anniversary of that tragic day, I am honoring that commitment. Today, I signed an executive order directing the Department of Justice and other relevant agencies to oversee a declassification review of documents related to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s September 11th investigations. The executive order requires the Attorney General to release the declassified documents publicly over the next six months.”
What does it show?
According to Daily Mail, the redacted Saudi official—only referred to as “PII” throughout the document—applied for US citizenship in 2015 and is thought to be Mussaed Ahmed al-Jarrah who worked from 1999-2000, at the Saudi Consulate in Washington, DC.
Mussaed Ahmed al-Jarrah‘s name was “accidently left unredacted in separate F.B.I. court papers”. Naturally, al-Jarrah denies any involvement, insisting he never knew a single hijacker.
Of the 19 hijackers on board the four doomed 9/11 planes, 15 were Saudi nationals.
Saudi Arabia has already released a statement maintaining its innocence, saying “it is lamentable that such false and malicious claims persist.”
“This shows there is a complete government cover-up of the Saudi involvement,” said Brett Eagleson, whose father was killed in the attacks. “It demonstrates there was a hierarchy of command that’s coming from the Saudi Embassy to the Ministry of Islamic Affairs [in LA] to the hijackers.”
“Today marks the moment when the Saudis cannot rely on the U.S. government from hiding the truth about 9/11,” said Eagleson, vowing to “hold the Saudi government fully accountable for the tremendous pain and losses we suffered.”