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The 28 classified pages from a congressional report on 9/11 contain many details on who supported the attackers, but nothing about national security, members of Congress from both parties say as they urge President Barack Obama to release the pages.
U.S. congressman Rick Nolan characterized the documents as “shocking,” saying that there is plenty of material in the report that would open the door for the families to take legal action: “It’s very detailed. It has the names of the people who supplied money to the 15 Saudi Arabians who participated in the bombing of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The bank account numbers, where the money went to”.