Secret 9/11 Docs: “Implausible” That Hijackers Acted Without Gov’t Backing

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July 18, 2014 11:24am PST

After reading the 28 classified pages of the Joint Intelligence Committee Inquiry into 9/11, Congressman Thomas Massie immediately called for it to be released to the public. The contents of this document are very damning proof that the horrific events of 9/11 were start-sponsored terror. So damning, in fact, that the Chairs of the 9/11 Commission and the Congressional Investigation Into 9/11 unanimously agree that it is absolutely “implausible” that the 9/11 hijackers acted without government backing.

Senator Bob Graham is the former Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, an adviser to the CIA, and the Co-Chair of the Congressional Investigation into 9/11. He has written a book called “Intelligence Matters” and is diligently trying to uncover exactly what happened to bring about the disastrous attacks on September 11th. Graham stated:

“I have personally talked to the other cochair of the Congressional Joint Inquiry, a man who was a very distinguished congressman and, later, director of the CIA [Porter Goss], I have talked to the two chairs of the … 9/11 Commission, asking them, what do you think were the prospects of these 19 people being able to plan, practice, and execute the complicated plot that was 9/11 without any external support? All three of them used almost the same word: “Implausible”. That it is implausible that that could have been the case. Yet that has now become the conventional wisdom to the aggressive exclusion of other alternatives.”

A new 9/11 investigation committee has been proposed to get to the bottom of recently uncovered information. This team of individuals would also be looking into the Saudi government’s involvement in 9/11. Graham and former Senator Bob Kerrey have both said in sworn statements that the Saudi government was involved, however, the extent of that involvement is not yet known. Documents detailing the Saudi’s involvement were classified by the Bush Administration, but could soon become available to the public.

A bipartisan bill has been drafted to declassify the secret 9/11 documents, though the Obama Administration is fighting against it. This vigorous effort to keep the truth of what happened from the American people by both the Bush and Obama Administrations is quite the smoking gun.

The government has also gone to great lengths to keep those who have information regarding 9/11 quiet. When investigators for the Congressional Joint Inquiry moved to interview an FBI informant who had rented out rooms to two of the terrorist plane hijackers, the FBI deliberately blocked the interview from taking place. On orders from the White House, they hid the informant in an undisclosed location so that the Congressional Joint Inquiry would not be able to access him.

(Read More: 2002 FBI Documents Reveal Strange Events Surrounding 9/11)

Also, let’s not forget that the U.S. government allowed members of Bin Laden’s family and other suspicious Saudis to hop on airplanes and leave the country right after 9/11 without even interviewing them, even though air traffic was grounded for everyone else. They clearly wanted these individuals out of sight and mind for anyone who might start connecting the dots.

Graham is currently attempting to utilize the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) to gain access to FBI intelligence, but Obama is stonewalling him. In the meantime, families of 9/11 victims have brought about a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia. Obama and his minions at the DOJ filed an amicus brief to get the lawsuit thrown out of court, but the Supreme Court intervened and reversed that decision. If Obama isn’t signing executive orders, he’s hard at work covering up information.

The classified documents in question contain pertinent information because clearly we would not want to enter into any military action alongside a foreign government who was aiding and abetting terrorists. As Graham explains:

“I was surprised at the evidence that there were foreign governments involved in facilitating the activities of at least some of the terrorists in the United States. I am stunned that we have not done a better job of pursuing that to determine if other terrorists received similar support and, even more important, if the infrastructure of a foreign government assisting terrorists still exists for the current generation of terrorists who are here planning the next plots. To me that is an extremely significant issue and most of that information is classified, I think overly-classified. I believe the American people should know the extent of the challenge that we face in terms of foreign government involvement. That would motivate the government to take action.”

(Read More: 9/11 Documents Reveal Shocking Truths About What Really Happened That Day)

The terrorists who hijacked aircraft on 9/11 did not act alone. They did so in connection with government forces, possibly those from Saudi Arabia and even the U.S. It is becoming increasing clear that they were not rogue Al Qaeda operatives.

Perhaps the most glaring reason that the government would have to keep all of this information secret is the fact that we have fought a long and grueling war in the Middle East as a result of the story which they fed to the American people. A great many lives were lost overseas and if it were found out that this was all for the sake of government manufactured terror, as you can imagine, there would be Hell to pay.

As the investigation into 9/11 continues to move forward, it seems that more and more evidence is being discovered which would suggest that the attacks were an inside job. It won’t be long now before we begin to find out just who was behind all of it. One thing is for sure, when that ball drops, there will be national outrage.

H/T: infowars

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