Congress Is Finally Releasing the Classified 28 Pages on Saudi Ties to 9/11…

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Apparently it could even happen as early as today.

Congress has finally decided to release 28 pages of classified documents that detail just exactly how the Saudi Arabian government is tied to 9/11. The pages have been kept secret ever since the 2002 congressional 9/11 investigation was complete.

And it is now being reported that it’s actually 29 pages, not 28.

According to mainstream propaganda carnival CNN, the Saudis are now all of a sudden applauding the release just as much as the families of 9/11 victims and their lawyers:

For its part, the Saudi government is also calling for the pages to be made public so that it can respond to any allegations, which it has long called unfounded.

“We’ve been saying since 2003 that the pages should be released,” said Nail Al-Jubeir, director of communications for the Saudi embassy. “They will show everyone that there is no there there.” [Sic]

[You know, because CNN couldn’t be bothered to make sense, as usual.]

Weren’t they just recently threatening to dump U.S. debt if they were implicated in 9/11 over these pages?

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