Declassified documents show possible link between Saudi National living in Colorado and 9/11

Article author: 
Julie Hayden
Article publisher: 
Fox 31
Article date: 
25 May 2016
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 

There is a growing call for the government to release a secret, 28-page report on possible Saudi Arabian involvement in the 9/11 attacks.

It discusses people suspected of supporting the hijackers while they were in the United States.  The FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers recently obtained declassified documents indicating one of the possible helpers might have been living in Colorado.

In 2006, an Arapahoe County jury convicted Homaidan al-Turki, a Saudi citizen living in Denver ...

The Problem Solvers confirmed the Joint Terrorism Task Force had been looking at al-Turki for years.

It’s 47 pages of notes and memos from the staff of the joint congressional investigation into the attacks. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia ...

But the National Archives recently released staff notes and al-Turki’s name comes up repeatedly as someone to look into.

The staff lists the names of possible Saudi government connections to the 9/11 attacks, saying they are “some of the most important individuals with whom the hijackers may have had contact.”

Al-Turki is on the list and described as a Saudi student living in Colorado with ties to the Saudi royal family and government ...

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