Naval Air Station Pensacola provides security for the Active investigation area onboard NAS Pensacola on Dec. 9, 2019. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Dan Mennuto)

9/11 Families Outraged by ‘Massive Coverup’ Linking Saudi Arabian Official to Hijackers

It took only five months for the feds to reveal that a Saudi airman who killed three men at a Pensacola, Fla., naval base had communicated with Al Qaeda before the shooting.

It took nearly two decades — and a stunning mistake by the FBI — to reveal the name of a Saudi official suspected of helping the 9/11 hijackers.

Attorney General William Barr’s personal handling of the two cases, which both carry major implications for U.S. relations with Saudi Arabia, have outraged some families of 9/11 victims fighting in court to learn more about Riyadh’s suspected role in the 2001 attacks.

Read more at New York Daily News

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