In a statement published on her campaign site, Stein said that Americans “want and deserve a comprehensive and independent” probe into the 9/11, which they haven’t gotten so far.
Oh boy, Jill Stein demands "Full Story of 9/11." pic.twitter.com/v8RVtvzPrd— Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) 9 сентября 2016 г.
“The Bush Administration initially said an inquiry was unnecessary, claiming that the perpetrators had been identified and their methods and motives were clear,” she said of the 9/11 Commission study.
Presenting evidence to her theory, she cited the 9/11 Commission members, who wrote a book on the inquiry conditions two years after the report, unveiling that the investigators “were set up to fail.”
“The 9/11 Commission was not given enough money, time, or access to relevant classified information,” she stressed.
As the elected US president, the Green Party hopeful pledged a renewed push for finding the “truth,” by initiating a probe where investigators “would have access to the considerable body of responsible independent research that has emerged over the last 15 years.” She also said a separate commission on 9/11, consisting of people with no interest “in protecting the reputation and careers of foreign affairs and intelligence communities,” would be gathered.
The statement appeared in the wake of the legislation allowing victims and families of 9/11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia for their losses was adopted by the US House of Representatives.
The September 11 terror attacks were conducted by al-Qaeda in 2001. The group of perpetrators at the time hijacked four planes, of which two were crashed in the World Trade Center’s buildings, the third in the Pentagon headquarters in Washington and the fourth crashed in a field in rural Pennsylvania. The attacks claimed the lives of 2,996 people.