The 9/11 family finally took a significant step towards justice.
The declassification on Saturday of a 16-page FBI file was a huge victory for the families of those who lost loved ones to the attack. They were trying to find the links between Saudi Arabia, the hijackers and their deaths.
You need to keep reading more documents. And, just as important, you should make sure that the lawyers for the 9/11 relatives are allowed to speak publicly.
Terry Strada of the 9/11 Family Federation said: “Now that the secrets of the Saudis are exposed, the kingdom should have recognized the role of its officials in the murder of thousands of people on American soil,” he said. Tom, her husband, was killed in September 11th at the World Trade Center.
The FBI memo contains a partial edit that details the connections and connections between terrorists, and Saudi nationals who were living in the United States 20 years ago. This is not a blockbuster movie, but it’s a start.
The court-appointed plaintiff cochair Jim Kreindler (Jim Kreindler), stated in a statement that the enthusiasm was high in the 9/11 lawsuit against Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
He said that the document along with the evidence public so far provides a blueprint of how al Qaeda could operate in the United States, with active and informed support from the Saudi government.
He stated, “For example, he said:
Kreindler stated that the FBI’s release was “a critical step in bringing those who were responsible for the attack before justice.”
It all began when the country marked the 20th anniversary the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001 that killed almost 3,000 people in one hour. Many more people have been affected by the toxic effects of collapse of Manhattan Twin Towers.
The Herald reported that two of the four hijacked planes were taken by al-Qaeda-killers from Boston Logan International Airport. All passengers on U.S. Flight 11 and United Flight 175 both crashed.
This court case, however, is moving at a faster pace than other cases that were dismissed.
Brett Iggerson, a 5-year-old when his father was killed in the South Tower fires, stated that “Today marks that Saudi Arabia cannot expect the US to conceal the truth regarding 9/11.”