Reading Time: 4 minutes Finally, the cracks in the official 9/11 story are beginning to widen. Two congressmen— alarmed by what they have read about financial and logistical support of top Saudi officials for the purported 9/11 hijackers—are demanding that President Obama declassify a report that would tell us much more about what the US government knows.
Reading Time: < 1 minute A speech and an editorial by individuals with immaculate establishment credentials raise questions about what the Bush administration knew before the 9/11 attacks.
Reading Time: 5 minutes In new court filings, the FBI has tacitly admitted that it knows about ties between members of the Saudi royal family and 9/11 hijackers, that it lied about not knowing, and that no one should learn more about this — for reasons of “national security.”
Reading Time: 3 minutes A former Olympic official forecasts smooth sailing…absent some nutty “lone wolf.” What have we learned about lone wolves versus state actors?
Reading Time: 8 minutes Would you like to know what the government really knows about the death of JFK? About 9/11? Other big mysteries? It’s “eat your broccoli time!” Here’s why you should pay attention to federal policy on releasing—and not releasing—documents.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Did you hear? The corporate media has finally found a safe way into the 9/11 investigation story, one where they have long feared to delve. The process is extremely telling about the deficiencies of our media establishment—and about the ways most of us get our information.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Anyone who read WhoWhatWhy’s investigation of seeming ties between Saudi royalty and the alleged 9/11 hijackers knows that Lloyd’s of London had sued powerful Saudi interests, then abruptly withdrew its suit. Good news: WhoWhatWhy is now making available that here-and-gone legal filing.