Bipartisan 9/11 Transparency Act Targets Release of Documents on Saudi Role, Sen. Menendez Says
If the agencies do not declassify a document they would be required to provide Congress with an explanation “so we will at least know that a document or a record exists.”
“If the United States government is sitting on any documents that may implicate Saudi Arabia or any individual or any country in the events of September 11, these families and the American people have a right to know,” Menendez said.
The families of 9/11 victims want answers on whether the U.S. government possesses any documents that may implicate Saudi Arabia or anyone else in the events of Sept. 11. They want justice. They want accountability. But without transparency, they will be denied all three. pic.twitter.com/R9wWA5jzzP— Senator Bob Menendez (@SenatorMenendez) August 5, 2021
Almost 20 yrs since 9/11; time to declassify records & give victims/their families answers! Proud to cosponsor the 9/11 Transparency Act— ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) August 5, 2021