FBI releases first document on 9/11 investigation into Biden’s arrest warrant

This Saturday, the FBI released the first of likely several documents about the agency’s investigations into the attacks on November 11th.

The 16-page document in question was written in 2016 and describes the contacts between two of the terrorists who hijacked the planes used to attack the Twin Towers and the Pentagon and an alleged Saudi intelligence agent and an official from the consulate of that same country.

FBI releases first document on 9/11 investigation into Biden’s arrest warrant
FBI releases first document on 9/11 investigation into Biden’s arrest warrant

The Saudi embassy in Washington said Wednesday it “welcomed the publication” of the FBI documents and made it clear that “any allegation that Saudi Arabia was an accomplice in the 9/11 attacks is categorically false,” according to CNN.

Biden’s order to publish the investigation came after more than 1,600 attacked individuals sent a letter to the president asking for information to be released.

This first document was released on the 20th anniversary of the attacks, hours after the President visited the three memorials in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia dedicated to the victims of the tragedy.

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