Attkisson: Obama Admin Could Release 28 Classified Pages of 9/11 Report
One day before the 14th anniversary of 9/11, Sharyl Attkisson joined Bill O'Reilly on "The Factor" to share information about 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission Report that remain classified.
Attkisson revealed that the families of 9/11 victims are angry because those pages reportedly contain the names of people who allegedly helped the Al Qaeda terrorists, but who have never been held accountable.
"By not holding them accountable, it sends the message, these victims' families argue, that the facilitators can continue to get away with this sort of terrorist funding," Attkisson said.
She explained that she has spoken to members of Congress who have read the classified pages, who told her that some of the individuals named in the report are Saudis.
"They will tell you that the pages directly implicate, allegedly, Saudi royal officials and government officials, who they say in the pages are blamed as being responsible for helping finance and facilitate these attacks," Attkisson said.
She explained that she's reporting on this because with congressional pressure, the Obama administration could release these classified pages.
Attkisson said there's no reason she can see why President Obama would not do that, since both Democrats and Republicans have told her there is nothing in the classified pages that would endanger national security.
Watch the "Factor" clip above. Watch Attkisson's report below.