The FBI has published a declassified document on the September 11 attacks

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has published on its website the first of the documents declassified by order of President Joe Biden on the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.


The material from April 4, 2016 was compiled based on the results of conversations between the Bureau’s agents and an employee of the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles. In particular, the agents found out his connections with people who helped with the logistics of the hijackers of the planes Nawaf Al-Hazmi and Khalid Al-Midhar. The interview took place on November 12 and 13, 2015.


The document consists of 16 pages with a large number of deleted text fragments. In particular, the name of the source who claimed to obtain American citizenship was cut out of it.


Earlier, Joe Biden, fulfilling one of his election promises, instructed the Ministry of Justice and other involved agencies to audit the array of documents and publish declassified information within six months.

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