US Representatives Lynch, Jones Back Resolution To Declassify Pages Linking Saudis To 9/11
Members of the US House have filed a resolution urging Obama to release documents related to the 9/11 terrorist attacks that would allegedly shed more light on who may have actually been responsible.
Two members of Congress are behind a resolution, filed last week, urging Obama to declassify 28 pages of the “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September, 2001.”
The documents were reportedly withheld from the 9/11 Commission, along with millions of other documents and pieces of evidence, that would allegedly unveil information that could lead to a better understanding of who was actually behind the 9/11 terror attacks in Lower-Manhattan, above and beyond the Saudi-national hijackers. Alternative to what the establishment and its media have been wanting people to believe for more than 12 years.
Democratic Congressman, Stephen F. Lynch, of Massachusetts and Republican Congressman, Walter B. Jones, of North Carolina filed the “bipartisan” resolution, H. Res. 428, with a statement on Lynch’s congressional website that includes a plea to the president for the victims, their families and the American people. Who, according to the congressman, still have yet to be told the truth about what actually happened that day and who was truly responsible.
As co-chair of the Task Force on Terrorism and Proliferation Financing, Lynch has access to the classified documents and what he read in those documents must have concerned him enough to ask they be declassified, so the American people can be made aware of what they say and so he can publicly discuss their contents.
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