In this Sept. 11, 2001 photo, smoke is rising from the burning twin towers of the World Trade Center after hijacked planes crashed into the towers, in New York City. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
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The Obama administration will likely soon release at least part of a 28-page secret chapter from a congressional inquiry into 9/11 that may shed light on possible Saudi connections to the attackers.Tim Roemer, who was a member of both the joint congressional inquiry as well as the 9/11 Commission and has read the secret chapter three times, described the 28 pages as a "preliminary police report".The pages were withheld from the 838-page report on the orders of President George W. Bush, who said the release could divulge intelligence sources and methods.Neither the congressional inquiry nor the subsequent 9/11 Commission found any evidence that the Saudi government or senior Saudi officials knowingly supported those who orchestrated the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people.The 47-page document lists several pages of individuals of interest and suggests questions that could be pursued.The document said that after al Sharbi was captured, the FBI discovered some documents buried nearby.
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