A new testimony implicates Saudi Royals in the September 11th terrorist attacks.

Former Al Qaeda operative, Zacarias Moussaoui, testified that Saudi royals helped fund the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.  If his testimony proves true, intimate details behind the terrorist attack will be revealed for the first time.

It has been suspected for a while that wealthy Saudis supported Bin Laden and Al Qaeda before 9/11, but limited evidence has been available to prove it.

According to The New York Times,

“Saudi Arabia worked closely with the United States to finance Islamic militants fighting the Soviet Army in Afghanistan in the 1980s, and Al Qaeda drew its members from those militant fighters.”

Moussaoui stated in his deposition that he created a digital database of Al Qaeda’s financial donors, which included then Saudi Intelligence Chief, Prince Turki al-Faisal, and long time Saudi ambassador to the United States, Prince Bandar Bin Sultan, among others.

The Saudi Embassy in Washington rejected Massoui’s allegations, telling The New York Times,

“Moussaoui is a deranged criminal whose own lawyers presented evidence that he was mentally incompetent.  His words have no credibility.”

Moussaoui’s testimony has spurred a public request for transparency. The Daily Beast reports,

“Senator Bob Graham [D, Fla.]headlined a press conference on Capitol Hill to press for the release of 28 redacted pages from a Senate report on the 9/11 attacks, which he says point a very strong finger at Saudi Arabia as the principal financier of the 9/11 hijackers.”

We want to know what you guys think.  Do you think the Saudis funded the 9/11 terrorist attacks? 

Well, it looks like Jesse Ventura might have been right. He's suspected Saudi involvement from the very beginning. Watch him talk about it in the video below.

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