28 pages on alleged Saudi ties to 9/11 to be released as soon as Friday

The long-classified 28 pages that may link the Saudi Arabian government to the  hijackers who murdered 2,973 people on September 11, 2001 will be released by Congress as early as Friday, write CNN reporters Jim Sciutto and Deirdre Walsh.

The classified document was part of a 2002 Congressional report concerning the September 11 terrorist attacks. Sources now claim the document actually consists of 29 pages.

Terry Strada, widow of Tom Strada of Cantor Fitzgerald, has been working to gain the right to sue Saudi Arabia over its alleged involvement in the terrorist attacks.

“She said, “All of this could be settled if we would just release the 28 pages and let everyone see what’s in there…. If it was just this low-level … government officials in the Saudi Arabian government, then they have nothing to worry about,” she added. “The American people deserve this just as much as the 9/11 families deserve it, but we’re the ones that are suffering by not having them released.”

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