Author Topic: 9/11 report: Secret 28 pages reveal 'indirect link' to Saudi prince  (Read 1653 times)


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The report reveals that a phone log maintained by an alleged senior al-Qaeda operative, Abu Zubaydah, a nom de guerre for Zayn al-Abidin Muhammed Hussein, included the unlisted phone number for a Colorado company associated with a key member of the Saudi royal family, Prince Bandar bin Sultan.

A former highly-regarded ambassador to the US, Prince Bandar was close to George H W Bush during the lead-up to the Gulf War against Iraq in 1991.

The number was for the company that once managed Prince Bandar’s estate in Colorado. Another phone number was found for a bodyguard who worked at the Saudi Embassy in Washington, the "28 pages", which are actually 29 pages, also show.

The CIA and FBI concluded that there was no evidence anyone from the Saudi royal family knowingly provided support for the 9/11 attacks.

Of course they'd deny deny deny.

Bush was desperate for a reason to invade Iraq so he got his mate Bandar to finance and organise an event that galvanise Americans into backing a war in the ME.

The 3000 killed in the destruction of the Twin Towers were collateral damage.

Practice random kindness and senseless acts of beauty.