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9/11 Bill Prompts Saudi Threat to Sell Off U.S. Treasury Debt

Saudi Arabia has warned the Obama administration and federal legislators that it will sell off U.S. Treasury debt worth $750 billion if Congress passes a law clearing the way for 9/11 victims to sue the kingdom for its alleged role in aiding the hijackers. 582 more words

What Is In Those 28 Redacted Pages? Were The Saudis Behind The 9/11/01 Attacks?

With thanks to the great Diana West for the link to this video and for her marvelous essay, former Senator Bob Graham discusses his long-term efforts to have 28 redacted pages of the 9/11/01 Commission Report declassified.  301 more words

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Secret pages of the 9-11 report

The final 28 pages of the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report into 9-11 have been kept a closely guarded secret, but President Obama may decide later this year whether they should be released or not. 594 more words

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Former Sen. Bob Graham hopes '60 Minutes' report will help get secret

Former U.S. Sen. Bob Graham hopes that Sunday’s 60 Minutes report will aid in a prolonged fight to declassify delicate records on Saudi Arabian officials that helped hijackers story to fly planes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. Get More Information about…

Former Sen. Graham Wants Sept. 11th "28 Pages" Declassified

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Former U.S. Senator Bob Graham and others are urging the Obama administration to declassify the most sensitive documents – known as the “28 pages” – having to do with the investigation into the September 11th attacks. 386 more words

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On 60 Minutes, A Compelling Case for Releasing 28 Pages on 9/11

The movement to declassify 28 pages on foreign government ties to 9/11 received its highest-profile exposure to date tonight, as 60 Minutes aired a report… 1,278 more words