Judge: No blanket secrecy for 9/11 documents Saudis want kept secret

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org With support rising in the Senate for a resolution urging a broad declassification of government records

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A new transparency push calls on Trump, intelligence chiefs to declassify all 9/11 records

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org Faced with persistent government stonewalling, a growing opposition that’s grounded in America’s heartland and taking root

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9/11 victims subpoena secret FBI records; next subpoenas to Saudi Arabia, State Dept.

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org Armed with subpoena power granted by a federal judge, 9/11 victims suing Saudi Arabia have told

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In blow to Kingdom, U.S. judge rejects Saudi effort to escape 9/11 lawsuit

By Brian P. McGlinchey 28pages.org A federal judge in New York has rejected Saudi Arabia’s effort to be dismissed from

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Ex-FBI agent says 9/11 Commission misled public about hijackers who attacked Pentagon

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org In a powerful sworn statement, the FBI agent who led a 400-member Los Angeles-based task force

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FBI probe of tie between Saudi ambassador, al Qaeda leader put on ice

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org The FBI now appears never to have restarted a suspended 2002 investigation into why a captured

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Saudi Arabia cites FBI’s Meese Commission in asking judge to toss 9/11 victims’ lawsuit

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org Forced back into court by an act of Congress and faced with tens of billions of

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‘Penttbomb 2.0’ and the FBI’s brush-off of reports alleging 9/11 ties to Saudi Arabia

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org FBI officials who briefed the 9/11 Review Commission on the bureau’s sprawling 9/11 investigation code-named PENTTBOMB

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New FBI document shows active probe of support network for 9/11 hijackers in 2012

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org As late as October 2012, federal prosecutors and FBI agents in New York City were actively

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