Almost 15 years after the September 11 terrorist attack, Americans still don’t have all of the information about the people responsible for this tragic event.
Following a “60 Minutes” story, there is renewed interest in 28 pages that remain classified from the 2002 Congressional report that investigated the terrorist attack. Some believe the hidden information links support from Saudi Arabia to the 9/11 terrorists.
In addition, a bill moving through Congress would make it possible for the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia if there is evidence the country was tied to the attack.
Saudi Arabia is upset about the Congressional effort and are threatening to sell U.S. held assets if the legislation passes Congress. President Obama is supporting Saudi Arabia in opposing the legislation and will veto the bill if it passes.
In this week’s episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen discusses the importance of the 28 pages and calls for the public release of its contents.