US Congress releases secretive 28 pages of 9/11 report

The US Congress has officially released the secretive 28 pages of a 9/11 investigation that allegedly involve Saudi Arabia’s role in the terrorist attack.

The pages have been made public by the House Intelligence Committee after intense pressure from the families of 9/11 victims and Congressional lawmakers.

“Releasing the contents of the 28 pages will answer some of the many questions that remain,” said Democratic Representative Stephen Lynch, one of the most vocal advocates for the pages’ release. “It may help us at least hold those who are responsible accountable.”

The first of the 28 pages.
The first of the 28 pages.

“There is information, primarily from FBI sources, that at least two of those individuals were alleged by some to be Saudi intelligence officers,” the first of 28 pages reads. “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.”

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Page 2

One portion of the documents suggests that there was a 9/11 “dry run” in 1999.

“According to an FBI agent in Phoenix, the FBI suspects Mohammed al-Qudhaeein of being [redacted]. Al-Qudhaeein was involved in a 1999 incident aboard an America West flight, which the FBI’s Phoenix office now suspects may have been a ‘dry run’ to test airline security.”

By Sputnik News