May 15, 2016: A US interrogation report detailing the questioning of Saudi diplomats is drawing fresh attention to the alleged role of Saudi Arabia in 9-11 terrorist attacks.
The report, quietly released by the American National Archives over the last 18 months and described by its writers as “chilling,” has drawn little public scrutiny until now.
The newly-declassified documents are hoped to help resolve the lingering mystery about what is hidden in a confidential congressional report about ties between Saudi Arabia and the 9/11 attacks.
The files detail US investigators’ trip to Saudi Arabia in 2004 and their face-to-face confrontation with some of the Saudis believed to have been linked to the 9-11 hijackers on the American soil.
A key witness in the investigation has been identified as 32-year-old Fahad al-Thumairy – a former Saudi diplomat who was believed to be a ringleader of a Saudi government spy network inside the US.
Thumairy was believed to have given support to at least two of the 9/11 hijackers in California in the year before the 2001 attacks…Read More (Presstv.ir)
UK Independent: ‘Chilling’ details about alleged Saudi involvement in 9-11 revealed in declassified documents
The newly-released material is said to largely resemble a top-secret report known as the ’28 pages’
A series of declassified memos have revealed details of interviews – described by investigators as “chilling” – from the inquiry into alleged support of the 9-11 terrorist attacks by Saudi Arabian officials…MORE (Independent.co.uk)
9-11 Commission Memoranda for the Record (MFRs)
During the 9-11 Commission’s investigation, commission staff conducted over 1200 fact-finding interviews. The MFRs are summaries of these interviews, and are available in the National Archives Catalog.