A motel in South Hackensack may finally solve a 9/11 mystery

The lawsuit filed in federal court on behalf of the families of 850 people who were murdered in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 may provide answers to how the terrorists were financed reports Mike Kelly in the NJ Record.

The lawsuit clearly accuses the Saudi Arabian government providing major financial support for the attacks and other support — lodging, false IDs, money, etc. to the hijackers.

Until the passage of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (also known as JASTA) last year, only countries declared to be state sponsors of terrorism could be sued by U.S. victims of terrorism. Now U.S. citizens may sue any country that offers assistance to terrorists.

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