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Your Call: Untangling declassified report on suspected Saudi 9/11 ties

Sep 8, 2016

On the September 8th edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss the recently declassified documents about ties between the 9/11 hijackers and the Saudi Arabian government.

The White House says the 29 redacted pages “don’t shed any new light” on responsibility for the attacks, but victims’ families insists the 9/11 Commission did not fully investigate leads identified in the report.

What do the declassified documents reveal about what happened on 9/11?  Tweet your questions and comments to @yourcallradio and join us live at 10am with me, Rose Aguilar and you.

Guests:

Kristen Breitweiser, 9/11 widow and activist whose story is told in the documentary 9/11 Press for Truth

Craig Unger, investigative journalist, contributing editor to Vanity Fair, and author of House of Bush, House of Saud

Web Resources:

Kristen Breitweiser

Craig Unger

Washington Post: Read the long-classified '28 pages' on alleged Saudi ties to 9/11

The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission)

The Washington Post: Congress releases long-classified ‘28 pages’ on alleged Saudi ties to 9/11

Washington Times: Saudi government funded extremism in U.S. mosques and charities: report

New York Times: In 9/11 Document, View of a Saudi Effort to Thwart U.S. Action on Al Qaeda