Tag Archives: 9/11 hijackers

More Calls for Release of Classified 28 Pages of 9/11 Evidence

The Canadian website Global Research published a very useful summary of the latest developments in the battle to force President Obama to release the classified 28 pages of 9/11 documents that have been suppressed since 2002. The article, posted on … Continue reading

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Justice Department Stalling on Producing Saudi 9/11 Documents

Although the DOJ and FBI were required to turn over 92,000 pages of documents on their 9/11 investigation in the Tampa/Sarasota, Florida area, to a federal judge last Friday, indications are that they have yet to do so, in what … Continue reading

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Bob Graham: Court Ruling On Saudis “Could Collapse The Dam Of Cover Up”

“This is a very significant breakthrough that could collapse the dam of cover up which has kept information on the Saudis involvement from the American people,” former U.S. Senator Bob Graham, reacting to the Dec. 19 ruling by the Second … Continue reading

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Isn’t It Time To Call The Saudi Bluff On 9/11?

On October 28, 2003 Senator Dorgan (D-ND) introduced an amendment to the Appropriations Act for himself and Senator Schumer (D-NY). The amendment was killed as not germane to the underlying act. The amendment was motivated by both Senator Dorgan and … Continue reading

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Former U.S. Senator Bob Graham: “A Blanket Of National Security” Was Thrown Over 9/11 Financing

In a major feature article, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reviews the suppression of the Sarasota/Saudi 9/11, and begins with former U.S. Senator Bob Graham charging a cover-up of the question, “Who financed and supported the 9/11 attacks?” “It is a big … Continue reading

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