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Biden signs executive order to declassify report about 9/11 attacks

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President Biden signed a long-promised order to declassify all documents related to 9/11, the day when the two jetliners struck the World Trade Center twin towers, killing thousands of the American citizens.

The declassification of Sept. 11 attacks was a Biden’s pre-election pledge. The documents must allegedly reveal the terrorists’ possible ties to Saudi Arabia’s government or intelligence agencies. Biden’s hopes to review to the public details of the FBI investigation into the attack are quite doubtful and controversial.

“Information should not remain classified when the public interest in disclosure outweighs any damage to the national security,” Biden wrote in an executive order.

Logically, these declassified documents are ought to show the ties to a foreign government guilty of the tragedy, otherwise the US government itself had to recognize its own involvement in the organization of the so-called terrorist attacks.  

“I made a commitment to ensuring transparency regarding the declassification of documents on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America,” Biden added in a statement. “As we approach the 20th anniversary of that tragic day, I am honoring that commitment.”

According to the reports, the Justice Department and other executive branch agencies must have the 9/11 documents declassified and released by the end of the end six month. It is enough time to set up another fraud targeted to purify the US government itself and to pacify the family members of the victims of those deadly historic attacks.  

Recall, the Saudi Arabian government denies any involvement in the attacks. Moreover, the evidences collected by the independent investigators and even by the siders of conspiracy theories have enough reasons to support the denial.

 

Author: Usa Really