FBI declassifies the first “911” investigation document: no evidence shows that it is related to the Saudi government
China News Service, September 13th, according to a report on the 12th of the US Chinese website, after US President Biden issued an executive order, the FBI declassified the first “September 11” terrorist attack investigation document , Outlined the relationship between the hijacker and the Saudi “associate”, but there is no evidence that the attack was related to the Saudi government. The Saudi side has long denied relevant allegations.
According to reports, 15 of the 19 “9.11” terrorist attack hijackers were from Saudi Arabia. The 16-page document released by the FBI this time outlines the connection between the hijackers and Saudi “associates”, but there is no evidence that the Riyadh government was involved in the attack that killed nearly 3,000 people.
In addition, the U.S. government committee found no evidence that Saudi Arabia directly funded Al Qaeda. Whether individual Saudi officials may be associated with al-Qaeda is still inconclusive.
p > On September 11, local time, San Jose, California, USA, held a commemorative ceremony for the 20th anniversary of the “September 11” Incident. Photo by China News Agency reporter Liu Guanguan
Saudi Arabia has long stated that it played no role in the attack. The Saudi Embassy in the United States said on September 8 that Saudi Arabia “welcomes” the release of documents related to the “9.11” terrorist attacks.
The Saudi Embassy in the United States stated in a statement: “There is no evidence that the Saudi government or its officials are aware of the terrorist attack or participated in its planning or execution in any way. Anything about Saudi participation in 2001 The allegations of the September 11 attacks are absolutely wrong.”
After the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, the United States and its allies claimed that the Afghan Taliban refused to hand over the leader of the “Al Qaeda” organization. Osama bin Laden launched a military attack on Afghanistan in early October of that year, overthrowing the Taliban regime and garrisoning for a long time. On May 1, 2011, bin Laden was shot dead by the US military.