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originally posted by: UKTruth
I am also somewhat suspicious of the fact that prior to the release we had another terrorist attack and just after the release we have the military uprising in Turkey.
The whole release of the 28 pages is taking second stage to world events.
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: mike dangerously
The redacted pages contain exactly what reasonable people expected them to contain. Anyone familiar with the history and politics of Saudi Arabia always figured that there were prominent members of the extended Royal Family involved. This release will come as a sad disappointment to those who wanted it to prove that it was an inside demolition job.
The long-classified document detailing possible connections between the government of Saudi Arabia and the Sept. 11 terrorist plot released on Friday is a wide-ranging catalog of meetings and suspicious coincidences. It details contacts between Saudi officials and some of the Sept. 11 hijackers, checks from Saudi royals to operatives in contact with the hijackers and the discovery of a telephone number in a Qaeda militant’s phone book that was traced to a corporation managing an Aspen, Colo., home of Prince Bandar bin Sultan, then the Saudi ambassador to Washington.