Recently released FBI documents detail an investigation into a suspicious Saudi family living in Sarasota, Florida just before 9/11. The heavily censored documents are on Abdulaziz al-Hijji, who lived a life of luxury in Florida along with his wife Anoud and her father Esam Ghazzawi just before 9/11. Ghazzawi served as an advisor to a Saudi prince.
According to Rare.us, the family left behind a mansion, new cars, and expensive clothes and jewelry when they abruptly left the area in August 2001. They left no explanation for their sudden departure.
Numerous suspicious incidents are detailed in the FBI documents. The following is an account of an incident that occurred on Halloween of 2001:
There are three remaining paragraphs to this letter which are completely censored out “in the interest of national defense or foreign policy.”
Here is another account of an FBI document from Febuary 2012:
The Miami Herald states that these documents “flatly contradict the FBI’s public statements that agents found no connection between the al-Hijjis and the 9/11 plot,” but “dovetail with the account of a counterintelligence source who has said investigators in 2001 found evidence — phone records and photographs of license plates snapped at the entrance to the al-Hijjis’ Sarasota-area neighborhood — that showed Mohamed Atta, other hijackers.”
A final excerpt of the documents is especially shocking:
The censored parts of these documents will not be revealed until 2039. Until then, all we can do is speculate as to the reasons for the FBI’s lies.
H/T: Tell Me Now