The name of a Saudi diplomat who allegedly helped the 9/11 terrorists carry out their horrific attack on the United States has now been accidentally identified by the FBI in a filing.
As The Daily Mail reports:
The FBI has accidentally revealed the name of a former Saudi Embassy official who is suspected of helping two Al-Qaeda hijackers in the 9/11 terror attacks.
According to Yahoo News, the mistake was made in a recent filing in response to a lawsuit from families of 9/11 victims who have accused the Saudi government of being complicit in the terrorist attacks.
In the document, which was filed in April but unsealed last week, lawyers forgot to redact Mussaed Ahmed al-Jarrah’s name. He was assigned to the Saudi embassy in Washington, DC, in 1999 and 2000.
Authorities suspected that al-Jarrah, whose whereabouts are currently unknown, instructed two people to assist Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar settle in the US ahead of the attacks.
The stunning revelation is the first to officially reveal that a Saudi diplomat was directly connected to the attacks of 9/11, a fact which the US government has apparently known about for years yet has still decided to keep secret from the US public.