The first set of 9/11 secret files by the FBI has been released on the occasion of the incident’s 20th anniversary that marked the onset of the tragic terror attacks.
According to local media outlets, the shocking new document that came out in public on Saturday has so many people questioning how much of Saudi Arabia’s involvement was responsible for the incident and how much information did that country know.
Moreover, the files spoke about how one staff member from the Saudi Embassy actually assisted two different hijackers in Los Angeles in carrying out the attacks with ease. This also includes allowing them to reside at his own apartment, moments before the attack that rocked the world.
While the man’s real identity is not revealed, he is referred to by the terms PII in the secret document. In addition, he is continuously being called out and accused of assisting the hijackers named Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, just moments after they entered the American nation.
Now, families who lost loved ones in the tragic terror bombings are searching for more answers because they feel they deserve to know more for the sake of ultimate closure.
The deadly terror attacks which took place 20 years ago took away the precious lives of 2,996 individuals.
This particular document was released, right after US President Joe Biden signed up an executive order which directed an agency to make these files available for the public, giving them first-hand access for the first time ever since the horror unfolded, two decades ago.
The man identified was also renowned for having close relations with two other Saudis that were known to assist the hijackers in the 9/11 attacks.
But experts claim that the only reason these files were allowed in the open was due to the increased amounts of pressure that came from the families’ side, who are more than eager to investigate the potential role of various Saudi Government links that were related to the attack.