by Joe Jankowski, Activist Post:
The long-awaited 28 secret pages from the Congressional Joint Inquiry into the 9/11 Commission report were released on Friday, indicating that the alleged hijackers may have been in contact and supported by individuals connected to the Saudi Arabian government.
The declassified documents were published by the US House Intelligence Committee and confirm the suspicions that have brewed since the pages were made classified that Saudi officials played a role in the New York City terror attacks.
“While in the United States, some of the September 11 hijackers were in contact with, and received support or assistance from, individuals who may be connected to the Saudi Government,” the report reads. “There is information, primarily from FBI sources, that at least two of those individuals were alleged by some to be Saudi intelligence officers.”
The report continues:
The Joint Inquiry’s review confirmed that the Intelligence Community also has information, much of which has yet to be independently verified, indicating that individuals associated with the Saudi Government in the United States may have other ties to al-Qa-ida and other terrorist groups. The FBI and CIA have informed the Joint Inquiry that, since the September 11 attacks, they are treating the Saudi issue seriously, but both still have only a limited understanding of the Saudi Government’s ties to terrorist elements.
Kevin Ryan of Dig Within reports:
The 28 pages say a lot about two men—Omar al-Bayoumi and Osama Bassnan. The pages hint at the idea that Al-Bayoumi and Bassnan, who sponsored some of the alleged hijackers in the U.S., were Saudi intelligence agents or assets. Although this is not new, the pages also mention that both of them worked closely with the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM). That should bring investigators back to the WTC security company Stratesec, which held its annual meetings in SACM offices.
The pages also reveal that, “several Saudi Naval officers were in contact with the September 11th hijackers.”
The pages serve to reinforce some information that was readily available about suspicions of Saudi involvement in 9/11 but they do nothing to put to rest the controversy surrounding the implausible official story given to the American public and the collapse of the towers that many experts argue could not have happened solely from the impact of airliners.
Questions still remain as to why WTC building number 7 fell when no plane had hit the building and was only infected with mild office fires.
The 28 Pages do nothing to explain the contradiction between the official explanation of how the towers fell and how they actually fell on the morning of 9/11.
The American public was told by the 9/11 Commission to believe that the buildings collapsed under gravity from structural failure due mainly to fires initiated by the impacts of the airplanes.
But as many experts have pointed out, this is highly unlikely considering the spread of debris that occurred in a massive radius around the towers and the obvious pulverization of the buildings’ make-up.
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