• A congressional intelligence report had the explosive pages redacted
  • The two men who authored them are likely to be called to appear in court
  • The lawsuit has been brought by victims’ families against Saudi kingdom
  • Suit claims links between two hijackers and former Saudi figures in US
  • By Tim Macfarlan
    10 August 2015
    Daily Mail.com

    A federal lawsuit could reveal details implicating the Saudi government in 9/11.

    A congressional intelligence report contains 28 censored pages reportedly linking Saudi officials to two of the Saudi hijackers.

    The Obama administration refuses to publish the pages, despite requests from Democrats and Republicans in Congress.

    The World Trade Center south tower burst into flames after being struck by hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 on September 11, 2001. Allegations linking the Saudi government with the attacks could soon be revealed

    Now, the two investigators who authored the section are expected to be called to testify in a federal lawsuit against the kingdom of Saudi Arabia brought by families and insurers of the victims of the atrocity.

    Michael Jacobson was an FBI investigator and Dana Lesemann a Justice Department attorney when they authored the explosive 28-page section, reports the New York Post.

    In addition, the pair are believed to have uncovered more evidence linking the Saudi Embassy in Washington, the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles and the two terrorists.

    They did so while working for the independent 9/11 Commission, from whose final report the most grave allegations against the Saudis were stricken.

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