November 28, 2022

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U.S. officials reopen a delicate file of classified documents

U.S. officials on Monday vowed to review the documents of the investigation into the September 11, 2001 attacks, which are a continuing request from some families, and now accuse Joe Biden of not keeping his promises openly in the area.

In a document sent to judges in New York on Monday, the FBI explained that it existed “Decided to reconsider” In the past he has stated that certain important documents should not be published “To identify any additional information that may be appropriate for public disclosure”. The federal police add them “I will publish this information to the public gradually and as soon as possible.”

The FBI involvement is part of a legal battle waged by families of 9/11 victims against Saudi Arabia and other states. During these operations, successive U.S. governments used state secrecy to prevent the release of certain documents. President Joe Biden made it clear quickly in a statement “Greetings” This decision was made to reconsider the classification of certain documents. “As I promised during my campaign, my administration is committed to ensuring the highest level of legal transparency and respecting the strict rules passed during the time of President Barack Obama in emphasizing state secrecy.”, he said.

As the United States prepares to commemorate the twin towers of the World Trade Center and the twenty years of attacks against the Pentagon, the issue is sensitive, including a ceremony attended by Joe Biden in New York. Last weekend, the families of the victims, survivors of the attack and members of the rescue team released a letter saying it was not the leader of the Democratic Party. “Welcome” He was otherwise at the ceremony “He did not keep his promise.” The letter called for the release of all documents revealing Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the attacks, according to the signatories. The U.S. media reports that about 1,700 people signed the mail.

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