Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard this week called on the federal government to declassify and release all information regarding the Sept. 11th, 2001, attacks.
“All Americans deserve to know the truth about what happened and who was involved,” the Hawaiian U.S. representative said, becoming the first presidential candidate to demand release of the documents.
House Resolution 662 echoes Senate Resolution 610, adopted without objection in October 2018, calling for declassification of all 9/11 documents.
It is allied with petitions filed with the U.S. Attorney for the District of Southern New York in April and July 2018 demanding that a Special Grand Jury be empaneled to examine evidence of federal crimes associated with the destruction of three World Trade Center skyscrapers.
It is also allied with a lawsuit filed last summer in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., against the FBI in connection with a required external review of the agency’s investigation of 9/11 crimes.
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