Should the US declassify the 28 pages of the 9/11 Intelligence Inquiry?

Posted by: Vere_Mendacium & The 28 pages, out of a 400+ page intel report, documenting specific indications of foreign government support of the 9/11 hijackers are being hidden from the American people. They were classified by then President G. W. Bush in 2002, a year after 9/11, and have remained classified since. Congressmen who have read them say they don't need to be, nor should they be, classified,, and t

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Yes, Declassify the #28pages

It is time for them to be declassified, assuming they should have been classified at all, especially since our own congressmen on both sides of the isle say they should not be classified. es-foreign-government-financing-911-hijacker   more
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No, Keep them classified

It is better that the public does not know the truth about foreign aid in 9/11, and only the white house and politicians should keep the secrets.
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Berend says2015-08-28T09:04:30.1092415Z
Who would argue they should be kept hidden? Even our Fathers would have declared them to us.
ramm55 says2015-08-28T15:03:03.7193786Z
Why were they classified, wasn't Bush about transparency?
Kreakin says2015-08-28T18:54:53.8965907Z
Lol, that's transparency for your data not theirs..

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