More Saudi Links to 9/11 Plot Revealed
Wednesday's Daily Mail has further evidence of the deep Saudi Royal Family role in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. After noting that President Obama was snubbed visibly on his arrival in Riyad for his meeting with King Salman—the King did not even show up at the airport to greet President Obama on his arrival—the lengthy article went on to detail the case of Al Qaeda bomb-maker Ghassan al-Sharbi, who was arrested in 2002. In the course of capturing documents in his possession, investigators found a Saudi embassy envelope, which contained a flight school certification in al-Sharbi's name. The details of the al-Sharbi links to the flight training prior to the 9/11 attacks and the evidence of contacts with Saudi embassy officials were contained in Document 17, the 47-page staff memo from the 9/11 Commission, that was declassified last year and is now publicly available on the website of the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP).
Between the contents of the newly declassified staff papers of the 9/11 Commission and the other revelations about high-level Saudi government ties to the Sept. 11, 2001 plotters, it is becoming almost impossible for the cover-up to continue. What is now obviously needed is a new, thorough, top-down investigation, focusing on the Anglo-Saudi apparatus behind the global jihad terror, including a long-overdue full investigation of the Al Yamamah British-Saudi barter scheme, under which hundreds of billions of dollars were squirreled into offshore accounts for use by terrorist networks, and other British-Saudi regime-change operations.