Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Obama’s FBI has been caught in a major 9/11 coverup that could land the president in big trouble.

Two weeks before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a wealthy Saudi family abruptly left their Sarasota, Florida mansion, leaving all of their belongings behind. After the terrorist attacks, suspicious neighbors noticed the family’s absence and called the FBI.

The FBI investigation went on for years and it grew to involve several agencies and identified many “persons of interest” with links to terrorists like Osama Bin Laden.

Unbelievably enough, it has now been found that the findings of the investigation were never shared with congress. It was also not included in the 9/11 Commission report, which was supposed to be comprehensive.

According to Conservative Tribune, the findings of the investigation remain hidden to this day, and the FBI has declared the probe a “dead end.”

However, in actuality, the review panel did find “many connection” between the Saudi family and “individuals associated with the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001.”

“The FBI told the Review Commission that the communication was ‘poorly written’ and wholly unsubstantiated,” the panel noted in their report. “When questioned later by others in the FBI, the special agent who wrote (it) was unable to provide any basis for the contents of the document or explain why he wrote it as he did.”

However, the panel didn’t talk to the agent who wrote the report themselves. Instead, they took the FBI’s word for it.

A Freedom of Information Act lawsuit is currently being reviewed by a judge, but it will take quite some time. This judge is currently sorting 27 boxes containing 80,000 pages that are related to the FBI’s investigation of the Saudi family.

The report provides no plausible explanation for the contradiction between the FBI’s current claim that it found nothing and its 2002 memo finding ‘many connections’ between the Sarasota family and the 9/11 terrorists,” said Thomas Julin, the attorney who filed the FOIA request.

Former Democrat Sen. Bob Graham, chair of the 2002 Congressional joint inquiry into 9/11, also said that he is suspicious of both the government and the Saudi family.

“This is a pervasive pattern of covering up the role of Saudi Arabia in 9/11 by all of the agencies of the federal government which have access to information that might illuminate Saudi Arabia’s role in 9/11,” Graham stated.

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