FBI releases first declassified 9/11 document 20 years after attacks

Photos released by the FBI of 9/11 hijackers Nawaf al-Hazmi (L) and Khalid al-Mihdhar, who lived in San Diego the year before the attacks. Valley News/FBI photo
Jack PhillipsThe Epoch TimesThe FBI over the weekend released the first previously declassified document about the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack hijackers, responding to an order handed down by President Joe Biden days earlier.On Sept. 11, a 16-page heavily redacted document that was written in 2016 sheds light on the logistical support that was given to some of the Saudi Sept. 11 hijackers. Families of victims who died during the 2001 attacks have long sought the declassification of the report, as well as other documents related to the incident.According to the document, the FBI didn’t find evidence that linked the Saudi government to the terror attacks, although 15 of the hijackers were Saudi nationals. Previously, a U.S. commission said it had no evidence that Sa
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