Govt Declassifies Infamous '28 Pages' from 9/11 Report

Secret chapter of 9/11 inquiry released after 13-year wait

WASHINGTON -- Under wraps for 13 years, the U.S. on Friday released once-top secret pages from a congressional report into 9/11 that questioned whether Saudis who were in contact with the hijackers after they arrived in the U.S. knew what they were planning. The newly declassified document , with light redactions, names people the hijackers associated…


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