U.S. President Joe Biden issued an order on Friday (September 3) to classify documents from the 9/11 investigation into the sensitive families of some of the victims within the next 6 months.
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Referring to “PromiseOf the campaign, Joe Biden andSigned an executive order for the judiciary and all relevant agencies to oversee the classification review of documents related to the 9/11 investigations“According to the White House report, the Minister of Justice should release classified documents.”In the next six months.
A legal battle and an important subject
Families of 9/11 victims have launched a legal battle against Saudi Arabia and other states. During these operations, successive U.S. governments used state secrecy to prevent the release of certain documents.
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As the United States prepares to commemorate the twin towers of the World Trade Center and its twenty-year attacks on the Pentagon, the issue is sensitive, including a ceremony attended by Joe Biden in New York.
In early August, he issued a letter to the families of the victims, survivors of the attack and members of the rescue team to find out who the Democrat leader would be.Welcome“If he’s not at the ceremony”The promise given was not fulfilled.
The letter called for the release of all documents revealing Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the attacks, according to signatories.
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