U.S. National Archives Releases Portion of Saudi Officials’ Names Linked to 9/11 Attack

 The New York Times has published the pages released by the National Archives.  

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Source: FreeThoughtProject

Article by Barry Secrest | Conservative Refocus

Amid swirling controversy, the National Archives, today, has released a portion of the formerly classified information outlining who some of the alleged Saudi government officials and/or Saudi Royal family members, are, who may have played a part in the 9/11 terrorist attack on America.

Below are some of the names (please click on the document for an easier to read expanded view)

Also, today, the US House has passed a congressional bill which will allow 9/11 victim families to sue the Saudi government for damages incurred in the 9/11 attack.

However, the bill must be signed by President Obama, who along with former President George W. Bush, and the Bush family dynasty has been deeply in the tank, in the past, with regard to their undying fealty towards the Sunni Muslim regime of Saudi Arabia. 

The Saudi government has threatened to attack the US financial system by dumping a rumored sum of $ 750 Billion in US investments, if the bill is allowed to pass, although, recent unsubstantiated reports have placed the Saudi’s investment in US financial vehicles, much lower.

The New York Times has published the pages released by the National Archives, which can be found by clicking the following link:

Memos on Alleged Saudi-Affiliated Support of the 9/11 Attacks

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  • Puddintain

    In that part of the world, Israel is our only friend. And by our, I mean the American people NOT this rouge government.