Graham: FBI report raises questions about who helped 9/11 terrorists
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of Miami Herald
Posted: April 23rd, 2013
New FBI records connecting Saudis who lived in Sarasota before 9/11 to individuals associated with the terrorist attacks [have been] released. The FBI records provide new information about an investigation into what occurred prior to 9/11 at the upscale home of Abdulaziz al-Hijji and his family in the gated community of Prestancia. Information in the records contradicts prior FBI statements that no evidence was found connecting the al-Hijjis to 9/11. Agents determined the al-Hijjis fled their home on August 27, 2001 two weeks before the attacks leaving behind three cars, furniture, clothing, toys, food and other items. Further investigation of the [name deleted] family revealed many connections between the [name deleted] and individuals associated with the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001, says an April 16, 2002 FBI report. The report lists three of those individuals. Two, including one described as a family member, were described as students at the nearby Venice airport flight school where suicide hijackers Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi trained. The third person lived with some flight students, the report says. A counterintelligence officer speaking on condition of anonymity said an FBI examination of gatehouse log books and photos of license tags revealed that vehicles linked to the future hijackers visited al-Hijjis residence. Much remains unclear. Chunks of the released reports are blanked out for national security and other reasons. Four pages were withheld in their entirety.
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