Bob Graham September 11

March 14, 2012 by staff 

Bob Graham September 11, Former Florida Sen. Bob Graham says information linking the Sept. 11 terrorists to a suspicious Saudi couple was censored from final 9/11 report by then-President George W. Bush. Former Florida Sen. Bob Graham, who co-chaired the 9/11 commission, claims there is more to the hijacker’s so-called Sarasota connection than the FBI is letting on.

Graham says classified FBI documents he’s seen contradict the agency’s public pronouncement that there was no sinister link between the terrorists and a Saudi couple that mysteriously fled the U.S. just weeks before the terror attacks.

“There are significant inconsistencies between the public statements of the FBI in September and what I read in the classified documents,” Graham told the Broward Bulldog investigative web site..

“One document adds to the evidence that the investigation was not the robust inquiry claimed by the FBI,” Graham said. “An important investigative lead was not pursued and unsubstantiated statements were accepted as truth.”

Graham, a Democrat who led the 2002 congressional inquiry into the terror attacks, has stated publically that he believes some of the Al Qaeda terrorists had direct ties to the Saudi government.

Fifteen of the 19 terrorists were Saudi nationals, including Osama Bin Laden.

But when Graham’s committee released its public report in 2003, the last 28 pages – dealing with possible foreign support for the terrorists – were censored on orders from then President George W. Bush. They are still classified.

Graham said the new tell-tale documents were drafted by an FBI agent who took part in the probe of Abdulaziz al-Hijji and his wife, Anoud.

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