Some 9/11 families demand release of FBI documents detailing Saudi role in terrorist attack

A group of September 11th families have written a letter to the Director of National Intelligence asking for the declassification of FBI documents that examine the role of Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

A classified, 16-page FBI report that details support given to the September 11th hijackers by government officials from Saudi Arabia is the key piece of evidence sought for by the group.

Part of the letter reads, “Even as we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we face the painful and heartbreaking reality that our own government still has not provided us basic information and documents concerning the involvement of Saudi government agents in supporting the attacks.”

Previous requests have been denied, reports Thomas Barrabi for Fox News.

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