Congress will release classified pages detailing alleged Saudi Arabian government ties to the 9/11 hijackers as early as Friday, a law enforcement source told The Post.
The infamous “28 pages” is a redacted section from a 2002 Congressional investigation of the 9/11 attacks.
Intelligences agencies, law enforcement and the State Department have reviewed and approved the release of the material with “minimal redactions,” sources told CNN.
Much of what’s in the 28 pages has already been quietly released by the government last summer as the 17th file in a cache of FBI documents related to 9/11.
First reported by 28pages.org, the file lists some three dozen people who had contact with the hijackers in a section headed “A Brief Overview of Possible Saudi Government Connections to the September 11th Attacks.”
Rep. Adam Schiff, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, said the report would be posted on line soon.
“The House Intelligence Committee will get the redacted report today or tomorrow,” Schiff told CNN. “The Senate and House intel committees should then give the formal go-ahead to release the report since they originally produced it.”