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Bush and Obama Administrations Gave "Aid and Comfort" to Enemy by Concealing Saudi Government Role in 9/11

Updated on September 25, 2016
People seeing jumpers on 9/11
People seeing jumpers on 9/11

The active concealment by the Bush and Obama administrations of strong evidence that the government of Saudi Arabia provided "support or assistance" in the attack on America on 9/11 has implicated both presidencies in the precise definition of Article III "treason," giving foreign "enemies" of the United States "aid and comfort."

Section 3 of Article III of the US Constitution reads:

"Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court."

The revelations have been made public by the recent declassification of the so-called "28 Pages," which are the ending pages in the 2002 congressional Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11.

[PDF of original document]

Previously, according to both the Bush and Obama administrations, on September 11, 2001, 19 hijackers acted alone, with support only from an international terrorist organization known as Al Qaeda, to execute an "operation" in which nearly 3,000 Americans, mostly civilians, were killed in a single morning. The day has been constantly referred to by numerous members of both administrations as the casus belli of a long war, not to end "in our lifetimes," in the words of George W. Bush. In this war there would be no safe harbor, nowhere for the murderers to hide, and "no distinction" made "between terrorists and the nations that harbor them," according to Bush.

The release of the pages has been fought by both the Bush and Obama administrations, after the initial classification of the documents by George Bush in 2002.

The passage from page number 415 of the "28 Pages," as they are called, and which comprise the ending pages of the report, reads:

"While in the United States, some of the September 11 hijackers were in contact with, and received support or assistance from, individual who may be connected to the Saudi Government. There is information, primarily from FBI sources, that at least two of those individuals were alleged by some to be Saudi intelligence officers. The Joint Inquiry’s review confirmed that the Intelligence Community also has information, much of which has yet to be independently verified, indicating that individuals associated with the Saudi Government in the United States may have other ties to al-Qa’ida and other terrorist groups."

At page 419 the report states:

"Finally, the Committees are particularly concerned about the serious nature of allegations contained in a CIA memorandum found by the Joint Inquiry Staff in the files of the FBI’s San Diego Field Office. That memorandum, which discusses alleged financial connections between the September 11 hijackers, Saudi Government officials, and members of the Saudi Royal Family, was drafted by a CIA officer ————— ————, relying primarily on information from FBI files."

At page 422 the report declares:

"The September 11 hijackers may have been in contact with other Saudi Government officials in the United States prior to the September 11 attacks; and Saudi Government officials in the United States may have ties to Usama Bin Ladin’s terrorist network."


By preventing investigation of the allegations contained in the report and halting the wheels of justice, the Bush and Obama administrations consciously aided a foreign power which the US government's own evidence suggests may have supported the 9/11 attacks. Rather than pursue the links to the Saudi government, President Bush instead, in 2002, began building a case for war against Iraq. Over 5,000 American soldiers went to their deaths in that war.

By diverting attention to Iraq and failing to pursue links to the Saudi government, President Bush helped cover up possible complicity by elements of that government in the worst slaughter of innocents on American soil in modern American history. Few who watched the atrocity unfold can forget the sight of people jumping to their deaths.

Although there may be far more to emerge perhaps even more shocking about the truth of 9/11, and although the release of the documents will not satisfy skeptics of the official 9/11 story known as the 9/11 Truth Movement, at a bare minimum the case for treason is all but open-and-shut.

Thus far Congress, and the American media, is oblivious to what many Americans can clearly see: a case for High Treason involving two presidents and hundreds of officials directly charged with law enforcement and national security capacities in the name of the People of the United States. The presidential election runs its course and Congress remains silent on the true import of the released documents.

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