Still Redacted: Newly Declassified CIA “Investigation” of 9/11 Finds “No Evidence” on Saudis

By Aaron Dykes

There were some “major” disclosures about 9/11 on the part of the CIA in the last few days.

They just released a previously hidden 2005 agency investigation into the September 11 attacks.

It acknowledges the suppression and meddling about what really happened, but vehemently denies any wrongdoing on the part of the agency, of the Saudis – implicated in key redacted documents – further kicking the can down the road for eventual surfacing of the real truth.

In the short term, these documents (or the lack thereof) leave a lot to be desired.

Via RT:

Five documents assessing CIA conduct before and immediately after the 9/11 terror attacks were released Friday. The redacted files include the previously unavailable 2005 assessment of the CIA, as well as reactions by relevant officials.

“In response to FOIA requests for the full 2005 OIG report, CIA and other agencies conducted an extensive review of the nearly 500-page document in order to release information that no longer needed to be protected in the interests of national security,” the agency said in a statement.

One of the documents released on Friday is the redacted version of the 2005 report by the CIA Office of Inspector General (OIG), examining the agency’s accountability and intelligence community activities before and after the September 2001 terrorist attacks. The CIA had previously released only a heavily redacted executive summary of that report.

The power of secrecy just in the matter of funding by top Saudi figures should strike a nerve with those who know the deeper truths, as the enduring dedication to this mass deception false flag dredges forward under the weight of the behemoth of shadow government.

Via Press TV:

The CIA’s 495-page report, which included highly-classified files related to Riyadh’s connection to the September 11, 2001 attacks, was released on Friday afternoon.

A thirty-page section titled “Issues Relating to Saudi Arabia,” including subsections on “implications” and “accountability,” however, has almost entirely been redacted with the exception of three paragraphs.


“This missing document, these 28 pages, allegedly contain evidence of Saudi involvement in financing and backing the alleged 9/11 hijackers,” Barrett said.

“And those who have seen these pages, including [former] Florida Senator Bob Graham and other people in the Congress have said that it completely transforms one’s viewpoint of 9/11,” he added.

The brunt of the report is hardly scathing, letting both the Saudis and intelligence circles off the hook with easy excuses.

“[T]he team encountered no evidence that the Saudi Government knowingly and willingly supported al-Qaeda terrorists,” reads the report.

“Concerning certain issues, the team concluded that the (CIA) and its officers did not discharge their responsibilities in a satisfactory manner,” the report states.

Found no evidence on the Saudi connection? A ridiculous conclusion from intelligence agencies who are obviously unwilling to look at the truth because they are a part of its heart of darkness.

All done. Brushes hands.

And with seemingly no further curiosity, and out of balance satisfaction with the facts, every moves on, whistling… nothing to see here.

Just ignore the rabbit hole right over there.

Aaron Dykes is a co-founder of, where this article first appeared. As a writer, researcher and video producer who has worked on numerous documentaries and investigative reports, he uses history as a guide to decode current events, uncover obscure agendas and contrast them with the dignity afforded individuals as recognized in documents like the Bill of Rights.

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