A new twist and 9/11 tie to Don Siegelman affair and Bandar Bush

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Thom Hartmann this one should interest you very much!


Did anyone hear about Bandar Bush?

Choco's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm


We are not going to make very much progress in taking this country back from the military industrial, oil cartel, Wall St. thugs until the media, mainstream and otherwise, insist on investigating these connections!!!!!!!!!!

Prince Bandar and Bush

On 29 June 2009, the US Supreme Court decided not to hear a case brought by families of 9/11 victims against Saudi Arabia, four members of the Saudi royal family, a Saudi bank and a charity.

US Supreme Court declines to hear case of 9/11 families

The (BUSH) Obama regime supported the Saudi monarchs, who were accused of financially supporting people involved in the 9-11 2001 attacks.

The family members claim that Saudi princes contributed to charities that funded Al Qaeda (Al CIAda) and the 9/11 'hijackers'.

In 2008, a court in Manhattan ruled that the Saudis were protected under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.

The US Justice Department is determined to prevent the release of documents collected by lawyers for the families.

These documents, according to a New York Times report, “provide new evidence of extensive financial support for Al Qaeda and other extremist groups by members of the Saudi royal family.”

The US government has had copies of the documents destroyed and has sought to prevent judges from seeing them.

Choco's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

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