Terry Strada Interview on CNN April 18: Massive Evidence of Saudi Support for 9/11 Terrorists and Jihadis Today
April 18, 2016 (EIRNS)—On CNN today, Terry Strada, leader of the families demanding justice for the 9/11 victims, was interviewed on the refusal by the Bush and Obama executives to release the 28 pages still classified, of the 2002 report by the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11.
The interview started by referencing Saudi Arabia’s threat to pull all of their investments out of U.S. Treasuries, if the U.S. government allows attention and action against Saudi Arabia. The interviewer immediately referenced the 28 pages, which document the role of overseas governments in 9/11.
Strada attacked Secretary of State John Kerry, for opposing the passage of the Congressional JASTA bill (Justice Against State Sponsors of Terrorism Act) on false grounds. She emphasized that there is massive official Saudi support involved, including the money trail to the 9/11 terrorists. She said that all of the leads go back to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Strada was asked why Bush and Obama refused to release the 28 pages, and she said that she, herself, cannot interpret their subjective motives. She concluded by emphasizing that the release of the 28 pages will shed light on the continued Saudi support for jihadi terrorists, such as Al Qaeda and the Islamic State.