Many theories have taken place since then. And recently, an allegedly secret document was found. The until-now secret document was part of the 9/11 investigations and supposedly reveal the possible involvement of the Saudi Government in the attacks.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States has declassified late this Saturday an until-now secret document that was part of its investigations into the possible involvement of the Saudi Government in the 9/11 attacks due to strong pressure from the victims’ relatives.
The document, which dates from 2016, describes the contacts that the terrorists had with Saudis in the United States, but does not offer clear evidence of possible involvement of the Government of Saudi Arabia in the plan to attack the country.
The 16-page report, with multiple sections censored, is declassified as part of an order by US President Joe Biden.
The investigation focused on the alleged logistical support that an employee of the Saudi consulate in Los Angeles (California), Fahad al Thumairy, and a suspected intelligence agent of the Arab kingdom in the same city, Omar al Bayumi, could have provided to the terrorists.
The recently declassified document claimed that Al Bayumi provided “travel assistance, accommodation and financing” to two of the terrorists involved in the 9/11 attacks, Nawaf al Hazmi and Khalid al Mihdhar.
However, it wasn’t enough evidence to prove that the Saudi government had been involved in financing Al Qaeda or the attacks.
Although the censored parts of the report prevent confirming whether this means that it had the approval of the Saudi Government, the association of relatives of the victims “9/11 United” has welcomed its publication and considered it further proof of Riyadh’s probable ties to the attacks.