By Florida NewsFeed – On the 11th anniversary of 9/11, former Florida Gov. Bob Graham said U.S. authorities should reopen an inquiry into who assisted the hijackers while they were in the United States.
Graham, a U.S. senator at the time of the attacks, co-chaired the Congressional Joint Inquiry into them. He told an audience Tuesday night that it was a matter of national security and justice for federal officials to disclose who supported and financed the 9/11 attacks — including a possible “external support system” of people across Florida.
“I think it’s very important that this information about Sarasota and Delray Beach and other places where the hijackers would have benefited from a support network be made available,” Graham said.
Listen to a sampling of Senator Graham from last night…to watch the full converstation with Senator Graham, click here: http://www.browardbulldog.org/video-bob-graham/
On September 5, 2012, Broward Bulldog filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in federal court in Fort Lauderdale against the Department of Justice and the FBI. The 25-page complaint seeks records of an investigation involving a Saudi family, former residents of Sarasota, who may have provided aid or assistance to the 9/11 hijackers.