On February 10, 2015 Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina asked for and was granted permission to address the United States House of Representatives about the classified Joint Inquiry report on the 9-11 attacks:
” Mr. Speaker, in the last couple of weeks, the effort to declassify the 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry Report into the 9/11 attacks has received a lot of media attention, mainly because of Zacarias Moussaoui’s recent comments exposing the financial link between the Saudi royal family and al Qaeda.
In 2002, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, chaired by Senator Bob Graham, and the House Committee on Intelligence, chaired by Congressman Porter Goss, released the Joint Inquiry report into the 9/11 attacks. In a political move, the Bush administration then classified 28 pages of the report even though the contents of those 28 pages posed no national security risk to the United States. Rather, the contents of those 28 pages are probably embarrassing for the Bush administration. Senator Graham has repeatedly called for the 28 pages to be declassified as a result.
I have read the 28 pages and cannot divulge what is in them, but I can say that the contents deal with relationships. Senator Graham has openly said that the 28 pages deal with the Bush administration’s relationships with the Saudis. My colleagues Congressman Stephen Lynch from Massachusetts and Congressman Thomas Massie from Kentucky, who have also read the 28 pages, have joined me in introducing H. Res. 14, to urge the President to keep his word to the 9/11 families and declassify the 28 pages, which he could do with a stroke of a pen.
The movement to declassify the 28 pages is picking up momentum. Just last week, former Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich tweeted his support for declassifying the 28 pages to 1.5 million of his followers. All of the principal players in producing the reports on the 9/11 attacks have called for the declassification of the 28 pages–Senator Bob Graham, Senator Richard Shelby, Congressman Porter Goss, Congressman Tom Kean, and Congressman Lee Hamilton. I urge my colleagues to submit to the House Intelligence Committee a request to read the 28 pages and to join me, Congressman Lynch, and Congressman Massie in supporting H. Res. 14 as a cosponsor.
Mr. Speaker, it is time that the 28 pages are declassified. The 9/11 families have a right to this information in the 28 pages, and the American people deserve to know the truth about what caused the 9/11 attacks. For more information on this effort to declassify the 28 pages, visit 28pages.org.
May God continue to bless America, and may God continue to bless our men and women in uniform.”
Source: Congressional Record
See video: Declassify The 28 Pages on 9/11 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkTyWOSd-sw
See video: Press Conference on Resolution to Declassify 9/11 Report https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sy97uKT6hjE
See related video: U.S. terror convict claims Saudi royal family supported Al-Qaeda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIv1ag2w_7Y
See video: 9/11 Hijacker Alleges Saudi Connection to Attacks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_f73P_n_En8
See video: Chris Matthews Comes Out For 9/11 Truth, Asks About Saudi Involvement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skYzQJ5KIOw