By chance the FBI has declassified the name of one of the main suspects involved in a series of terrorist attacks on the USA of 11 September 2001. Is an employee of the Saudi Embassy in Washington.
The portal Yahoo News says that the FBI declassified the identity of the main suspect in a series of terrorist attacks in USA on 11 September 2001. They became Musaed Ahmed al-Jarrah, who worked in the Saudi Embassy in Washington informs the resource LigaNews.
It is known that he worked at the Embassy from 1999 to 2000, and then went to work in the Embassy of Morocco and Malaysia.
The name of the suspect was declassified when the FBI gave the court a dossier. It was requested Jill Sanborn, which was respond to the lawsuit to the families who lost relatives in the attacks of September 11, 2001.
No more information about the suspect not. Sanborn is confident that in this way the United States deliberately conceal the involvement of Saudi Arabia to the attacks. While in Riyadh denies relationship with Mousedom Ahmed al-Garraham.
11 September 2001 terrorists hijacked two passenger planes and crashed into the twin towers in new York. Another plane cut in the defense Ministry building, in Washington, and another crashed near Pittsburgh. Killed more than 3 thousand people.