9/11 group requests meeting with Biden in push for Saudi Arabia documents release

A group of 9/11 family members have asked to meet with President Biden to request the release of documents concerning possible Saudi Arabian involvement in the September 11th terrorist attacks, report Peter Aiken & Andrew Murray of Fox News.

“Twenty years is far too long for anybody, especially considering it’s the biggest mass-murder, terrorist attack on American soil.”  said 9/11 family member Brett Eagleson.  “Administration after administration – Biden is no different – they refuse to hand over these documents. In fact, the government doesn’t deny that they exist: They’re saying they exist, but the documents are too sensitive, there would be too much risk to national security to give to the victims of America’s most devastating attack.”

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