Many parliamentarians and relatives of the victims believed that the investigation is not sufficiently thorough.
The US government released a previously secret Chapter of a congressional report on the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
The report was prepared by the special Committee on intelligence of the house of representatives and the Senate of the Congress in December 2002.
Document that in the American media called “28 pages” refers to assumptions about a possible connection of the authorities of Saudi Arabia with the terrorists who attacked new York. 15 of the 19 extremists who committed the crimes, were nationals of Saudi Arabia.
The ensuing investigation turned up evidence that the Saudi government or top officials of the Kingdom deliberately supported the organizers of the attacks.
However, the press Secretary of the White house Joshua Ernest, commenting on the briefing for journalists the publication of materials, assured that they have no evidence linking Riyadh to the attacks. This part of the report merely “confirms what we have been saying for some time,” said the official representative of the President of the United States.
Certain provisions of declassified text is erased.