(NEW YORK) -- On Friday, Congress and the U.S. Intelligence Community declassified 28 pages of documents produced by the first Congressional inquiry into the 9/11 attacks that included leads and speculative information about a possible Saudi government connection to two of the 19 hijackers.
The intelligence community said today that these pages only represent preliminary findings and do not reflect the U.S. government's ultimate conclusions about the attacks, which for the most part exonerate Saudi Arabia.
But these documents might serve as useful evidence for families of the 9/11 victims who are trying to sue the Saudi government. Read the documents for yourself here.
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