Justice Department Reviewing 9/11 Classified Information

Families of victims are putting pressure on President Biden.

Families of victims, survivors, and first responders told President Biden last week not to attend any of the memorial events on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attack unless his administration declassifies documents that pertain to Saudi Arabia’s role in the terrorist attacks.

The Department of Justice has announced that it will conduct a fresh review of classified information and documents and consider their release.

The group is specifically interested in documents regarding whether any of the people associated with al Qaeda who were involved in the deadly attacks received assistance or financing from Saudi Arabia. It is also eager to learn about information related to an FBI investigation which was concluded in 2016 that looked into potential connections between that nation and the 9/11 attacks.

The attacks of 20 years ago ultimately led to the war in Afghanistan, from which the United States is now withdrawing all troops.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For the president to increase transparency with his administration.
  • For the reviewers at the Justice Department to be wise in determining which documents should remain classified or be released to the public.
  • For the families of victims, survivors, and first responders to seek and find comfort from the Lord for their grief.

Sources: The Hill, CBS News


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