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Ex-Sen. Bob Graham Links Secret Pages of 9/11 Report to Saudis

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By    |   Wednesday, 13 April 2016 06:51 PM

Twenty-eight secret pages of the report on the 9/11 attacks must be declassified because "the American people deserve the right to know what the government did in their name," former Florida Sen. Bob Graham told Newsmax TV on Wednesday.

"There are 6,000 Americans, husbands, wives, sons and daughters of those who were killed on 9/11 who have been trying to seek justice through the federal court system suing Saudi Arabia for being a co-conspirator," Graham, a Democrat who chaired the Senate Intelligence Committee during the attacks, told "Newsmax Now" host John Bachman.

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"They have not been successful in part because they can't get access to the information that will make their case. Releasing the 28 pages and other documents would help bring justice.

"I think that the Saudis have gotten the message that, given what they know they did on 9/11, that the United States' failure to react is essentially a form of impunity," he added. "That has encouraged them to continue to support these extreme entities."

Graham, a former two-term Sunshine State governor, said the classified documents included an FBI report on a Saudi family living in Sarasota who suddenly left the U.S. just two weeks before the attacks and surveillance information on hijackers visiting the home.

"Very suspicious," he told Bachman of the Saudi family's abrupt departure. "It raises the inference: Did these people know that 9/11 was about to happen and that it would be better for a prominent Saudi not to be in the United States when it occurred?"

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Twenty-eight secret pages of the report on the 9/11 attacks must be declassified because "the American people deserve the right to know what the government did in their name," former Florida Sen. Bob Graham told Newsmax TV on Wednesday.
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