Globe|September 13, 2021
Explosive new evidence on 20th anniversary of attack that killed 2,996

SAUDI ARABIA’S ruling family was the real muscle behind the 9/11 attacks, providing the terrorists with covert assistance and secret funding, according to government intelligence files leaked on the 20th anniversary of the bloodbath that left 2,996 dead and 25,000 injured!

An exhaustive GLOBE investigation has discovered oil-rich Arab royals played a significant part in bankrolling the 19 kill-crazy hijackers — 15 of whom were Saudis — and helping them stay under the radar as they plotted the deadliest ever terror attack on U.S. soil!

What’s more, sources say the kingdom funneled buckets of money to 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden — and both the CIA and FBI ignored intelligence gathering that could have prevented the tragic events of that day.

But with bureaucrats determined to cover up those fatal errors, insiders claim the most damning details of the attacks will never be released — despite recent federal pledges to disclose information after victims’ families sued to uncover the truth about Saudi Arabia’s secret role in the horror.

A highly placed government informant tells GLOBE, “In intelligence circles, the argument for suppression has always been that if the American public knew how vulnerable they really were and how easily such a sophisticated terror attack was carried out, they would never feel safe again.

“Maybe in 50 or 100 years, but for now, it’s more than people could handle.”

Daniel Hopsicker, author of the book Welcome to Terrorland: Mohamed Atta & the 9-11 Cover-up in Florida, says, “The official story that 19 hijackers slipped into the U.S. unnoticed was absolutely not the case.

“The government never released most files because the CIA never wants to accept blame for having done anything wrong.”

He also claimed bin Laden — a Saudi native who had been operating in Afghanistan and Yemen training jihadi terrorists — was receiving financial backing from members of the royal inner circle.

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