(The Free Thought Project) Last September, after an oil field was bombed in Saudi Arabia, President Donald Trump tweeted that “we are waiting to hear from the Kingdom…” to find out “under what terms we would proceed” to send them our military assets. The president of the United States admitted that he was waiting on orders to be handed down from a theocratic dictatorship in Saudi Arabia on how to use the men and women in the US armed forces. Naturally, this prompted backlash from all sides, and for good reason. Saudi Arabia is the largest state sponsor of terrorism in the world and they were behind the largest terror attack ever carried out on American soil, 9/11. →
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U.S. District Judge George Daniels in Manhattan said the plaintiffs’ allegations “narrowly articulate a reasonable basis” for lawsuits to continue against Saudi Arabia for their role in 9/11 attacks. The post Court Rules There Is Enough Evidence for Victims to Sue Saudi Arabia for Role in 9/11 appeared first on The Free Thought Project….Read more
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A lawsuit filed against Saudi Arabia for their role in 9/11 has produced evidence of the Saudis conducting a dry run for the attacks two years prior to 9/11.
New York, NY — For the first time since that fateful September morning 16 years ago, families of victims of the 9/11 terror attacks are using a new law and are going after Saudi Arabia in lawsuits for their role in the attacks. New evidence in one major lawsuit now reveals the Saudi Arabian embassy in Washington may have funded a “dry run” for the hijackings carried out by two Saudi employees.
This new information is detailed in a bombshell report out of the NY Post. As the Post reports: