New Allegations Of Saudi Involvement In 9/11

New allegations have emerged from the man described as the “20th 9/11 hijacker,” alleging members of the Saudi royal family supported al Qaeda.

According to CNN, Zacarias Moussaoui, who pleaded guilty in 2005 to six terror-related charges, makes the allegations in a sworn statement contained in a brief submitted Tuesday as part of an ongoing civil case by the families of 9/11 victims.

Moussaoui says that in the late 1990s, he was tasked by Osama bin Laden to create a digital database recording al Qaeda’s donors. Every day for two or three months, he says, he entered names of the group’s donors into a Toshiba computer, along with how much they gave.

RT Guantanamo History (Part II)

Gitmo costs $147 million a year to operate.  Is it worth the money?

Only 5 detainees at Gitmo are being charged with crimes related to 9/11.

On certain topics – such as the problems in Ukraine – RT (Russia Today) seems to give a biased opinion to suit its needs.   In Ukraine, Russia Today tends to defend the Russian viewpoint.

However, on other topics where the U.S. must play defense – such as Guantanamo – they will be diligent in their reporting.  In these cases, perhaps they are more diligent than many U.S. media outlets.

Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Gitmo ‘transparency’, review board red tape, military commissions sham, Zero Dark Thirty Lies, and closing Guantanamo for good.

RT video.