This 16-page document details the connections between two terrorists who hijacked a plane to attack the Pentagon and Petronas Twin Towers.
Madrid. (European media). The FBI released this Saturday the documents it had requested to review the September 11, 2001 attacks. It is likely that this will be the first of several documents the FBI investigates. Documents from the incident, which caused almost 3,000 deaths, were declassified by the FBI. They were published.
This 16-page document was written in 2016 and details the relationship between two terrorists who hijacked a plane used to attack the Petronas Twin Towers. It also includes a description of the role played by an alleged Saudi intelligence agent and a consular official. Link. The same country.
CNN reported that the Saudi Embassy in Washington stated on Wednesday that it “welcomes” the publication FBI documents. It also clarified that “any allegation Saudi Arabia was the subject of the September 11 Attack is absolutely false.” “.
More than 1,600 victims of the attack wrote a letter asking for decryption information before Biden authorized publication.
On the 20th anniversary, the first document was made public, just hours after the president had attended three memorials in New York and Pennsylvania to remember the victims of tragedy.