After 60 days, the world will tremble from the truth about 9/11
Через 60 дней мир содрогнется от правды о терактах 9/11
Apr 13, 2016
Within two months, US President Barack Obama will address the issue of declassifying a batch of documents related to the September 11, 2001 attack in New York, RIA Novosti reported, with reference to the statement of former Senator Bob Graham, who participated in the Congressional investigation in 2002.
Sources reported that the 28-page investigation file, which may be published, may point to Saudi Arabia's involvement in the terrorist attack.
It is noted that Josh Ernest, a White House spokesperson, said he did not have information as to whether Barack Obama has read the data. He added that investigation of the attacks of 9/11 did not show evidence that Saudi Arabia could have sponsored the Al-Qaeda terrorist group.
Earlier, it was reported that US senators demanded that the President immediately make public the classified part of the 9/11 report, as reported by The Independent.
Senator Kirsten Dzhillibrand and former Senator Bob Graham recalled that in 2003 the bipartisan commission prepared and published the report that includes more than 800 pages... The last 28 pages of the final chapter was immediately classified for reasons of national security.