US to declassify redacted pages of 9/11 report

April 13, 2016 2:09 am

The redacted pages of the report by Joint Congressional Commission in 2003 will be released in “one or two months,” says Bob Graham.

The is set to publicly release the 28 secret pages of a report on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, a former senator says.
Former senator and governor of Florida, Bob Graham, said in an interview on CBS’s “60 Minutes” on Tuesday that the should declassify the redacted pages, which could implicate Saudi Arabia in the attacks and prove that there existed “some support from within .”
Graham told Tampa Bay Times later in the day that he had been told the pages would be declassified, an announcement that yet needs to be officially confirmed by the White House.
Graham said Brett Holmgren, a senior policy adviser to the assistant to the president for Homeland Security, had told him that the documents withheld from a report issued by a Joint Congressional Commission in 2003 would be released in “one or two months.”
“The decisionmakers at the White House have realized the public cares about it and there is an urgency to come to a decision,’’ Graham said.
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